By Thames & Hudson

ISBN-10: 0500285330

ISBN-13: 9780500285336

The Aga Khan Award for structure used to be validated in 1977 to augment the certainty and appreciation of Islamic tradition as expressed via structure. prior winners of this prestigious award, that is given each 3 years, contain such architects as Geoffrey Bawa, Balkrishna Doshi, Ken Yeang, Jean Nouvel, Charles Correa, Frei Otto and Hassan Fathy. For this present cycle, the Award is paying distinctive cognizance to determining extra examples of the hot kinds of structure which are rising through the Muslim international. The documented initiatives signify efforts within the different types of infrastructure, landscaping, group improvement, public city areas and responses to the growing to be hindrance of housing scarcity in lots of Muslim societies. For this year's award, the steerage committee contains Charles Correa, Jacques Herzog, Mohsen Mostafavi and Glenn Lowry. With all of the successful schemes profiled and illustrated intensive, and important essays that give some thought to the demanding situations and rewards confronting architects operating in Muslim lands, this crucial but accessibly priced booklet presents invaluable insights right into a wide selection of practices, equipment and layout ideas.

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Figure 1-11: Ribbon modes Click the Minimize Ribbon button again. The panel buttons change into panel titles. Hover the cursor again over the titles to reveal each panel’s tools. Click the Minimize Ribbon button once again. Hovering the cursor over the tabs doesn’t have any effect. Click the Home tab to reveal the full panel temporarily. It disappears after you move the cursor away. I recommend using the full ribbon interface until you learn the location of all the tools. Use one of the minimized modes to save space on the screen.

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Figure 16-8: Configuring viewports Figure 16-9: Three viewports, each displaying a different view and visual style Figure 16-10: ViewCube navigation interface Figure 16-11: Additional ViewCube controls Figure 16-12: ViewCube aligned to the current UCS Figure 16-13: Using the ViewCube to view the ventilation towers Figure 16-14: Orbiting for better view of subject Figure 16-15: Placing a camera in an isometric view Figure 16-16: Adjusting a camera in an isometric view Figure 16-17: Camera Preview window showing the new position of the camera “on the ground” Figure 16-18: Looking through the camera Figure 16-19: Full navigation SteeringWheel interface Figure 16-20: Walking under the dome Figure 16-21: Interactively rewinding through navigation history Figure 16-22: Saving a new view Figure 16-23: Perspective overview of the 3D model Figure 16-24: Restoring a view Figure 17-1: Creating a planar surface at the top of the dome Figure 17-2: Revolving an arc to generate the dome surface Figure 17-3: Changing layer properties Figure 17-4: Profiles and sweep paths representing the O2 Arena Figure 17-5: Arena created by sweeping a profile along a path Figure 17-6: Sweeping the arena roof Figure 17-7: Selecting the dome edge Figure 17-8: An extruded surface (in magenta) poking through the dome membrane (in blue) Figure 17-9: Trimmed dome membrane Figure 17-10: Projecting the ventilation tower cutout upward onto the dome membrane’s surface Figure 17-11: Projecting one mast void upward onto the dome membrane’s surface Figure 17-12: Changing layer states Figure 17-13: Selecting lines on the ground in the Front view for deletion Figure 17-14: Arraying projected splines around the dome Figure 17-15: Trimming holes in the dome to accommodate the masts Figure 17-16: Extruding and mirroring one pair of solid cylindrical towers Figure 17-17: Arraying pairs of cylindrical towers around the dome Figure 17-18: Extruding half of a tapering hexagonal solid mast Figure 17-19: Joining six edges to form a hexagonal polyline Figure 17-20: Lofting one of the two ventilation towers Figure 17-21: Lofted ventilation towers Figure 17-22: Wireframe representations of two separate lofted ventilation towers (left) and a single object (right) created with Boolean union Figure 17-23: 3D rotate gizmo displaying three colored rings representing the x-, y-, and z-axes Figure 17-24: Erasing the edges extracted earlier Figure 17-25: Arraying rotated masts around the dome Figure 17-26: Offsetting edges on the tops of the ventilation towers Figure 17-27: Using Presspull to remove the tops of the ventilation towers Figure 17-28: Thickening the dome membrane into a solid shell Figure 17-29: Completed O2 Arena 3D conceptual model Figure 17-30: Creating a mesh box Figure 17-31: Extruding selected mesh faces Figure 17-32: Smoothing a mesh object twice Figure 17-33: Refining a smoothed mesh Figure 18-1: 3D house model Figure 18-2: Loading a material from the Autodesk library into the document Figure 18-3: List of materials loaded into the current drawing Figure 18-4: Assigning materials to layers by dragging from the left pane to the right pane in the Material Attachment Options dialog box Figure 18-5: Using the realistic visual style to display materials’ texture maps Figure 18-6: Viewing light fixture geometry on a floor plan Figure 18-7: Turning off default lighting when adding the first artificial light source Figure 18-8: Copying spotlights in a rectangular array Figure 18-9: Selecting a predefined camera view Figure 18-10: Selecting lights in the Lights In Model palette Figure 18-11: Specifying lamp color by temperature Figure 18-12: Selected spotlights reveal light coverage as seen in the camera view.

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