Nexus Network Journal 10,1

Nexus Network Journal 10,1: Architecture and Mathematics

English | ISBN: 3764387270 | 2008 | 208 Pages | PDF | 24 MB

Leonardo da Vinci was well aware of the fundamental importance of mathematics for architecture. This book examines Leonardo's knowledge of theoretical mathematics, explores how he used concepts of geometry in his designs for architectural projects, and reports on a real-life construction project using Leonardo's principles. Authors include Sylvie Duvernoy, Kim Williams, Rinus Roelofs, Biagio Di Carlo, Mark Reynolds, Jo?o Pedro Xavier, Vesna Petresin, Christopher Glass, and Jane Burry.


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