The design continuum; an approach to understanding visual forms [by] Stewart Kranz [and] Robert Fisher.

; Fisher, Robert N., author
New York, Reinhold Pub. Corporation [1966] .

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Other Authors Fisher, Robert N.,
Subjects Design.
Description 151 pages illustrations (some color) 31 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 140-144).
Also issued online.
Contents The premise -- The design continuum -- Chaos of visual forms in nature and in the city -- Nature: wood series -- Classical sculpture series -- Photographic methods of presentation -- Comparative series of student work -- Scale and frame of reference -- Newhouse Center and Crouse College series -- Toward a new understanding of visual forms -- Mexican folk art series -- Shell series -- Modern sculpture series -- A detailed analysis of each successive stage of the design continuum -- Line and shape in a two-dimensional space -- Illusory space: painting -- Textured surfaces -- Relief -- Environmental relief -- Environmental sculpture -- Sculpture with base -- Monolithic mass -- Concave-convex mass -- Penetrated mass -- Planar form -- Planar-linear form -- Three-dimensional linear form -- Origins and implications -- The human figure -- Applications of the design continuum -- Museum exhibits: illusory space -- Art school design courses -- Cross-discipline communications -- Natural order -- Flower series -- Conclusion -- Color section -- Glossary.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)647998
(OCoLC)ocm00647998
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WorldCat Identities Kranz, Stewart.
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