“…For the higher that the eye has to climb, the less easily can it make its way through the thicker and thicker mass of air. So it fails when the height is great, its strength is sucked out of it, and it conveys to the mind only a confused estimate of the dimensions. Hence there must always be a corresponding increase in the symmetrical proportions of the members…” [Vitruvius, Ten Books on Architecture, III./5.]
With the help of ARCHICAD’s MORPH Tool we continue the series featuring classical column orders like the Roman Ionic order.
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