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The Connections of Mechanical Fasteners, A Detailed Look at the Falls Bridge

Smith, Ian

Published by APDMR, Phila., 2007
ISBN 10: 0979885809 / ISBN 13: 9780979885808
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Title: The Connections of Mechanical Fasteners, A ...

Publisher: APDMR, Phila.

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Laminated Boards

Book Condition: Fine

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57 pages, many b/w illus., a fine, clean copy. Bookseller Inventory # 030322

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Synopsis: The Connections of Mechanical Fasteners; A Detailed Look at the East Falls Bridge is a drawing exercise to invigorate the senses. The purpose of the exercise was to speak out about drawing in the age of computer 3d graphics and information systems. The bridge has always been an excellent analogy to communication as well as a cogent reminder to the effort needed to build connections. Ian Smith hopes to redirect attention, if only for a fraction of a moment, to the necessity of acute observation "en plein air".

About the Author: For this American-Born architect and designer Ian Mark Smith, architecture signifies a gracious art, a calling to service, and an opportunity to achieve synthesis between emotional relationships and the spaces that evaluate them. Ian is an emerging design professional in the Philadelphia Area, and principal of Architectural Design Production Media Research, a non-profit architectural research think tank observing the way upon which international culture communicates ideas related to Art, design, and Architecture. Ian brings great passion and creativity to all facets of his work which present his ideas often with provocative observations. Prior to his professional journey, degrees at both Rhode Island School of Design, and Yale University help to foreshadow what is to follow. Today, Ian insists that his personal truth is fulfilled from providing products with which the world can interact. His continued achievements are a direct result of preparing unexpected questions and exceeding expected solutions.

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