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Message - Re: PROPORTION is a very imp factor of architecture...... its easy to visualise but difficult to put in words..... can anyone explain what exactly is it !

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Posted by  Per Corell on October 04, 2002 at 09:21:01:

In Reply to:  Re: PROPORTION is a very imp factor of architecture...... its easy to visualise but difficult to put in words..... can anyone explain what exactly is it ! posted by Paul Malo on September 29, 2002 at 06:09:43:

Hi.
Reconition and hidden numbers, are my best shot about why.
Now please let me first explain why I don't have any sense about what most would prefere ; I simply only have vision on one eye and where most of you use your visionary brain to calculate distances and propotions from "two pictures" , I only have one ,that even ask me to use some uncountious tricks to determine size and distance, that two eyed measure from the angle between eye's focus.
Now if this mean that I use more brain cells for one picture than two eyed would within the same "space" with two pictures I don't know.
But where most will say a square are not as harmonic as a rectangle with the same hight but with the aquar's diagonal as the other side, ----- then I find the square most nice ; due to my vision.

 
 
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