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Tables of Contents for Principles of Three Dimensional Design
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Preface
v
Problem Solving
1
9
Design and Form
1
1
The Design Process
1
7
Creativity
8
2
Form in Space
10
13
Design and Form
10
2
Spatial Principles
12
3
Point of View
15
4
Frame of Reference
19
3
Form and Context
22
1
Plane and Space
23
14
Introduction
23
1
Interaction and Stability
23
2
Environmental Planes
25
2
Architectural Planes
27
1
Transitions
28
1
Planes of Space
29
5
Plane and Volume
34
1
Planes and Shape
35
2
Organization
37
14
Introduction
37
1
Structure and Unity
37
2
Balance
39
2
Repetition with Variety
41
2
Proportion
43
2
Continuity
45
1
Focus and Emphasis
45
1
Economy
46
1
Implied Structure
47
1
Informality
47
1
Randomness and Chance
48
1
Order and Predictability
48
3
Surface and Relief
51
6
Introduction
51
1
Light and Shadow
52
1
Surface
53
3
Depth of Relief
56
1
Mass and Void
57
13
Introduction
57
1
Mass/Void Interaction
57
3
Surface and Volume
60
2
Geometric Volumes
62
3
Form in Nature
65
2
Stress Curves
67
1
Generated Forms
68
2
Line and Point
70
11
Introduction
70
1
Line and Surface
70
5
Line as Object
75
2
Pattern and Density
77
2
Line, Point, and Dematerialization
79
2
Color and Material
81
12
Introduction
81
1
Inherent and Applied Color
81
1
Illumination
82
2
Texture
84
1
Texture and Value
85
1
Properties of Material
85
3
Strength
88
1
Composites
88
5
Structure
93
18
Introduction
93
1
Force and Structure
93
1
Structural Configurations
93
4
Lines of Force
97
4
Surface Structures
101
1
Modular Structure
102
1
Joining
102
4
Secure Balance
106
1
Hierarchical Structure
106
5
Time and Kinetics
111
11
Introduction
111
1
Patterns in Time
111
3
Operators and Operations
114
1
Medium and Motion
114
3
Objects as Events
117
2
Process and Performance
119
2
Conclusion
121
1
Notes on Meaning
122
7
Introduction
122
1
Intrinsic and Extrinsic Meaning
122
1
Sign and Symbol
123
3
Communication
126
3
Environment and Place
129
13
Introduction
129
1
The Pedestal
129
2
Installations
131
2
Archetypes of Place
133
1
Designating Place
134
2
Behavior and Place
136
3
Place and Ritual
139
3
Virtual Space
142
1
Introduction
142
1
Digital 3D
142
2
CAD-CAM
144
3
Virtual Reality
147
1
Virtual Place
147
2
Perception and Communication
149
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