Charles Jencks, John Heile, Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning – UCLA: London Column




 
  • ©, Charles Jencks, John Heile, and Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning - UCLA, London Column
  • ©, Charles Jencks, John Heile, and Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning - UCLA, London Column
  • ©, Charles Jencks, John Heile, and Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning - UCLA, London Column

Artist(s):


Title:


London Column

Exhibition:


SIGGRAPH 1984: CAD Show

Category:


Architecture and Design

Artist Statement:


Proportion is always an important issue in architectural composition. In the past, architects have explored variants in proportion by making sketches and study models, but this is a slow and cumbersome process. Now it is possible to carry out these explorations very fluidly and rapidly by entering values for dimensioning variables at a graphics workstation. Here we see some variants on a colonnade, that were produced in this way.