Without being software specific, this book guides the professional and student architect and graphics designer in how to use the computer as an electronic modelling tool, exploring graphic and geometric forms and systems. The reader is led through a progression of design exercises and design problems, learning how to come up with multiple solutions to a given problem.
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"... an excellent example of the application of computers to develop improved accuracy and efficiency in a highly specialized field." -- Sci-Tech New, January 1992
"Providing many helpful design exercises for both simple and complex procedures, the book explains precisely how to create basic geometric components for model build-up, as well as presents methods for using 3-D CAD software to develop alternative design solutions from basic material." -- Designfax, 10/92
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill, 1991. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070322287