Models make it possible to visualize an idea in three dimensions. Designing with models and presenting ideas is an important step in the development of a consciousness of design. Themes: Levels of abstraction and degrees of detail Model typologies Typical working tools and techniques Materiality of models Presentation possibilities
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
W Detailed models
W Computer milling
1 other sections not shown
abstraction accessories acrylic glass addition applied architects architectural models bond with white building elements building model cannat cardboard CNC milling machines Competition model concept concrete construction contact glues cordboord creative depicted design process different colours different materials drawings drill drowing easy to cut effect finished foils following photographs glued grain idea important Karlsruhe model layers materiols metal method millimetre modelling clay modelling material modelmaking moisture mounting board Nickel silver object Olympia station paint paperboard perspex plaster plastic Plasticine polystyrene precise presentation model profiles properties putty knife raised-relief models represent representation reproduced Reykjavik harbour rial sanding sandpaper scale sections sheets simulated smooth solvents space spatial spray structure Student project Stutensee suitable table saws terrain thick three-dimensional transparent trees type of model University of Karlsruhe urban design models utility knife varnishes Veneer viewers walls WHint white glue wood wood-based materials workshop WTip