Diamond vaults: innovation and geometry in medieval architecture
"Each of the studies was completed as part of a three-year agenda in the AA's Diploma Unit 5, led by George L. Legendre and Lluis Viu-Rebés. The students' breadth of responses in itself is proof of a considerable ... pedagogical generosity that, clearly disciplined, stems from their tutors' large aim: to systematically explore the outer (as well as inner) limits of surface modelling, description and invention"--Preface."
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