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    ArchitectureWeek Author Darlene Brady - 01
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    RENDERING VIEW BY VIEW

    Mieczyslaw Boryslawski says that creating a beautiful, true-to-life image "is like playing music one must experiment and practice until satisfied with the results." This is true of both digital and traditional techniques. — Published 2001.0711

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    IMAGE AND INTENTION WITH LIGHTWAVE AND PIRANESI

    When Charles Gaushell, AIA first used DataCAD in 1989 to develop a 3D model of the Memphis, Tennessee Ronald McDonald House, he learned how powerful the computer could be as a design tool. Because the CAD program was easy to use and enhanced the ability to envision the final project, he also realized that 3D modeling can be an important presentation tool. — Published 2001.0207

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    AN ARCHITECTURAL PERSPECTIVIST GOES DIGITAL

    Using digital media to simulate traditional watercolor and charcoal rendering techniques puts new creative flexibility in the hands of master illustrator Robert Frank.

    Located in San Francisco, Robert Frank has been an architectural illustrator since 1986. He is president emeritus of the American Society of Architectural Perspectivists and teaches digital imaging at the San Francisco Academy of Art College. — Published 2001.0110

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    NEW MEDIA, CONTINUING DEBATE

    From its beginnings, the Bauhaus was the site of a debate over the relative influence of art and technology in design. This summer, 80 years after its founding, the school witnessed a new twist on the debate. Only this time the technology in question was digital. — Published 2000.1018

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    TWO BAUHAUS BUILDINGS: A PARADIGM SHIFT

    The Bauhaus School buildings at Weimar and Dessau in Germany capture the dichotomy of an early 20th century debate about the impact of technology on architecture. The underlying issue was whether creativity or technology should be the stronger design determinant. It is interesting to revisit these two famous buildings, by Henry Van de Velde and Walter Gropius respectively, in light of this debate. — Published 2000.0830

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