This book focuses on the inspiring possibilities for creating three-dimensional, physical models of the built environment with all the different media and techniques that are now available. Through description of the use of different models in different contexts, the book provides a practical and effective guide to how and why models are used, in addition to what they are used for, and how they relate to architecture education.
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Nick Dunn is a Principal Lecturer at the Manchester School of Architecture. His research interests are in the fields of visualization, representation in architecture and urbanism. His publications include The Ecology of the Architectural Model (2007).Review:
'Dunn's primer engages the student in the why and how of Architectural Modelmaking and will be an indispensable guide for any student of architecture or the built environment.' Dr. Alex Bitterman, Rochester Institute of Technology, NY 'The book is filled with an exciting array of model making techniques with a wonderful section on how model making formulated the design of significant buildings throughout history.' Brigette L. Knowles, Temple University, PA
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