Mathematics of Space: Architectural Design by George Legendre
Author George Legendre is a London-based architect and educator. He graduated from Harvard Graduate School of Design. He is the founder of the London-based office IJP Corporation.
Mathematics of Space: Architectural Design ($31) asks: Where do we stand today? What is up with mathematics in design? Who is doing the most interesting work? The impact of mathematics on contemporary creativity is effectively explored on its own terms.
Mathematics has always been a vital tool in the architect’s trade, but the last fifteen years have seen a sharp rise in the power of computers and has led to computational abilities far beyond anything previously available. Modern design software and computing power have changed the traditional role of geometry in architecture and opened up new possibilities enabled by topology, non-Euclidean geometry, and other areas of mathematics.
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