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Gautam Shah
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KARL KAUFMANN Austrian City scape artist
He shows his sensitivity to the nature as the backdrop. And has used the sky as the background plane to emphasize the form of the building.
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4/22/18
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Some extra Ordinary Architectural Graphics
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4/21/18
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OPEN ENDED SYSTEMS vs CLOSED ENDED SYSTEMS
https://interiordesignassist.wordpress.com/2014/04/21/open-ended-systems-vs-closed-ended-systems/

Close ended systems generally result from first ever (prime) or unique creative effort. Spontaneous and one man creations tend to be closed systems, unless a conscious effort is made to make it an open system.
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PERCEIVING DESIGN INFORMATION
https://interiordesignassist.wordpress.com/2015/04/24/perceiving-design-information/

A professional or an experienced person effortlessly reads and perceives information as presented in variety of documents. It is often called capacity to read a plan (in armed forces, the contoured survey or flat satellite images) and mentally invest the quality of objects.
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152 VISUAL PERCEPTION of CHANGE -by Gautam Shah
https://designsynopsis.wordpress.com/2018/04/19/152-visual-perception-of-change/
We register changes in things in some context. When, the context such as the background and foreground change, one begins to perceive the change or movement.
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VALIDITY of BUILDINGS
https://interiordesignassist.wordpress.com/2015/04/19/validity-of-buildings/

Stake holders’ perceptions reflect the prestige and acceptability of the building in the society for its aesthetic, and functional considerations. It is the cumulative thinking of the society and often alogical.
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151 RENAISSANCE FLOORS -by Gautam Shah
https://designsynopsis.wordpress.com/2018/04/18/151-renaissance-floors/
Pattern and Colour failed to be impressive in Gothic architecture. The illumination through the stained glass was not supportive enough for visual recognition of the flooring.
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QUILTING
https://interiordesignassist.wordpress.com/2014/04/18/quilting/

Quilting is a method of stitching together two layers of fabrics with or without an interlining of some material to form a textile sandwich.
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TERRACOTTA – 1
https://interiordesignassist.wordpress.com/2015/12/29/terracotta-1/

The clay processes are, both corrective and additive, unlike wood working, which is basically a deductive process, unless one uses joinery techniques. Clay (earthenware) processes, at a later stage suffused the stoneware, porcelain and glass making, due to involvement of ‘earthy’ minerals and the heat treatments.
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150 COATINGS as SURFACE FINISHES -by Gautam Shah
https://designsynopsis.wordpress.com/2018/04/16/150-coatings-as-surface-finishes/

Coatings are thin (low viscosity) surfacing materials. Coatings once applied, convert into a dried film, a heavier or solid phase.
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