November 14, 2016
Architecture Visual arts

For axo-lovers don’t miss the Axonomatrix project, a collector of dozens of axonometric drawings depicting buildings, site plans, concepts, fantasy worlds, mummies, futuristic cities, paintings and much more. Technically a pictorial drawing of an object, where the object is rotated along one or more of its axes relative to the plane of projection, representations with axonometric projection are some of the most loved by architects and visual designers. Representing three dimensions at the the same time, the use of animations and gifs allow the introduction of the fourth time, making it the most complete drawing representation, allowing the illustration of complex processes and systems.

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Year: 2016
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