Second Prize: Professor Alan Pert and team members from Nord architecture/landscape firm (Brian McGinlay, Helen-Anne Love, Mark Bell and Rod Kemsley) and Atelier 10 environmental /structures firm

Reclining Headboards

Lodge on the Lake, Second Prize: Professor Alan Pert and team members from Nord architecture/landscape firm (Brian McGinlay, Helen-Anne Love, Mark Bell and Rod Kemsley) and Atelier 10 environmental /structures firm

Temple University's Master of Architecture Program,Courtesy of Temple University

Gallery of Temple University's Master of Architecture Program - 13

Space Actual physical space has three dimensions, height, width, and depth. Three-dimensional space can also be depicted on a two-dimensional format by spatial illusionary devices such as overlapping, diminishing size, vertical location, form and modeling, linear perspective, and atmospheric perspective.

Format - A two- or three-dimensional field or space in which art forms, visual messages, designs and environments are created. Two-dimensional formats have length and width, while three-dimensional formats have length, width and depth.


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