This book provides a critical examination of structure and form in design, covering a range of topics of great value to students and practitioners engaged in any of the specialist decorative arts and design disciplines. The complexities of two-dimensional phenomena are explained and illustrated in detail, while various three-dimensional forms are also discussed. In the context of the decorative arts and design, structure is the underlying framework, and form the resultant, visible, two- or three-dimensional outcome of the creative process. Whether hidden or visually detectable in the final design, structure invariably determines whether or not a design is successful in terms of both its aesthetics and its practical performance. Hann successfully identifies various geometric concepts, and presents and discusses a number of simple guidelines to assist the creative endeavours of both accomplished and student practitioners, teachers and researchers.Critical Ideas for Creative Practice Michael Hann. Abas, S. J. (2001), a#39;Islamic Geometrical Patterns forthe Teaching of Mathematics of Symmetrya#39;, Symmetry in Ethnomathematics, 12/1a2: 53a65. Abas, S. J., and ... Ascher, M. (2000), a#39; Ethnomathematics for the Geometry Curriculuma#39;, in C. A. Gorini (ed.), Geometry at ... A Catalog of Tilingsa#39;, Computers, Mathematics and Applications, 17/1a3: 47a 165. Ching ... York: Dover. Doczi, G. (1981), The Power of Limits: Proportional Har- moniesanbsp;...
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