Shaping space: the dynamics of three-dimensional design
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1987 - Technology & Engineering - 286 pages
As a guide to introductory three-dimensional design or sculpture, SHAPING SPACE offers an in-depth exploration of the aesthetic and practical considerations of working in three dimensions. Discussions of technique cover a range of media, including assorted fibers, ceramics, and even virtual design using the computer as a tool. Suggested studio projects provide structured assignments that relate directly to textual materials.
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