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by Martin Hechinger,Wolfgang Knoll

Architectural Models: Construction Techniques download ebook
ISBN:
0070715432
ISBN13:
978-0070715431
Author:
Martin Hechinger,Wolfgang Knoll
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill; 1st US Ed. edition (November 1, 1992)
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130 pages
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1573 kb
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4.8

Martin Hechinger is a model builder and director of the model shop at the University of Stuttgart, IDG 1. .The idea of this books is to create and give more than one solution to problems you'll face making architectural models

Martin Hechinger is a model builder and director of the model shop at the University of Stuttgart, IDG 1, where he also teaches architectural presentation. He serves as a juror in international study programs. Hans-Joachin Heyer studied photography and earned a degree from the Cologne University of Applied Sciences. The idea of this books is to create and give more than one solution to problems you'll face making architectural models. The book explains the different types of models you can use, shows materiales used in different types of models and the pros and cons of each one.

Wolfgang Knoll, Martin Hechinger. 1932159967 (ISBN13: 9781932159967). Architects' models serve as bridge between an idea and its realization. Models are one of the three means by which an architect invents and develops his design: r model

Wolfgang Knoll, Martin Hechinger. Models are one of the three means by which an architect invents and develops his design: r model. No other representational form is as effective in enabling the viewer to perceive the spaces, shapes, surfaces and textures created by the architect's design - it is therefore a prerequisite in the design process. Architectural Models provides clear and comprehensible instruction explaining how design ideas can be skillfully translated into models.

Professor Wolfgang Knoll studied architecture at the Technical University in Vienna and worked at a number of architecture firms and as an architect for the film industry

Professor Wolfgang Knoll studied architecture at the Technical University in Vienna and worked at a number of architecture firms and as an architect for the film industry. He holds a chair at the Institute of Presentation and Design (IDG 1) at the Technical University of Stuttgart, where he has established workshops for architectural model-making, photography, film, graphic design, and CA. artin Hechinger is a model builder and director of the model shop at the University of Stuttgart, IDG 1, where he also teaches architectural presentation.

Architects models serve as bridge between an idea and its realization.

Arch Model, Architecture Models, Architecture Student, Interior Architecture . Knoll's Architectural Models covers every step of this make-or-break process. FIRST you'll gain insight into the many types of models.

Knoll's Architectural Models covers every step of this make-or-break process.

This is a brand new book at a great price. Author Wolfgang Knoll. Publication Year 2007. Publisher J. Ross Publishing.

Architectural Models: Construction Techniques (Hardback). Wolfgang Knoll (author), Martin Hechinger (author).

Architectural Models: Construction Techniques by Knoll WolfgangHechinger Martin.

Make your next presentation a winner--it's easy with this four step guide! Your presentations become more persuasive when you rely on this uniquely thorough guide to building highly professional models. Knoll's Architectural Models covers every step of this make-or-break process. FIRST you'll gain insight into the many types of models, including building, site, landscape, garden, and special models. SECOND, coverage of materials and tools then helps you determine which media are best suited to convey your specific idea. THIRD, you discover effective new ways of setting yp your work area and preparing the work, with the aid of an extended checklist. FOURTH, you're taken step by step through the fabrication of the components--from base plates through building up sites to soldered structures. And, along the way, hundreds of photos and drawing highlight techniques and offer innovative model ideas.
Reviews:
  • Uriel
The book is not a "How to make architectural models". The idea of this books is to create and give more than one solution to problems you'll face making architectural models. The book explains the different types of models you can use, shows materiales used in different types of models and the pros and cons of each one. Gives great solutions when working with site and terrain, different solutions on creating a terrain model, different types of vegetation, whether you are working conceptual or more realistic models, there is a solution to each one, and different water recreation materials. The whole point of the book is read it and create yourself a solution to the problem, not a step by step guide. My personal opinion is you would like to have this book as a reference to model making, since each model is different, there is no formula to each problem, this book helps you create your own model making technique. Recommended.
  • Hanelynai
This book is chock full of excellent images for inspiration, the best I've seen as an amateur. I highly recommended!
  • Direbringer
This book is an OK start if you have no Idea of how to create a model. At this price there should have been many step by step buldups not just pictures of finished models. The constant information about what the base of the model was made of was pointless. There are some very unproffesional suggestions on how to create things,the use of a nail to scripe window lines and the use of wood when there are so many superior products on the market are just a couple of the references that come to mind.
  • Authis
Book is outdated.
  • Beazezius
I tried to get this book for years, as it has been out of print for quite some time. I finally got the new edition, and I was a bit disappointed that I didn't really learn anything new. I think beginners might get something from this, but the instructions may not be clear enough for a novice. It tries to cover everything, but really just scratches the surface of various techniques. I know this book is translated from German that might explain the way it is written.
  • Faugami
The pictures are good, but I would have liked more step by step instructions. It did alot of saying what to do, but not as much how to do it as I would have liked.
  • Gogul
did not care for it