Posted by: Architect
August 21, 2013 |
August 21, 2013
This is a compilation of techniques gathered from various sources on the Internet regarding the topic of problem solving.
1)Morphological Forced Connections
12)Unconscious Problem Solving
14)Six Thinking Hats
15)The Discontinuity Principle
Morphological Forced Connections
These are a list of must know AutoCAD commands and shortcuts for and Architect/Interior Designer/Draughtsman. We have filtered these few commands out of the hundreds of options that we have in AutoCAD. Hope this walkthrough is useful. You may also call this a "Cheat Sheet" for designers. Hope it helps.
Please comment here if there are any more interesting pointers/tips that you feel we should include here.
Draw an arc
Opens block dialogue box
Draw a circle
Copy an object
Things to Know
google is not case sensitive: searching for doughnut is the same as DoughNuT
search operators are case sensitive: searching for doughnuts OR donuts uses OR as the google operator, while doughnuts or donuts does not.
google default is to search for pages that include all of your search terms. Also the order of your search term is somehow relevant.
google excludes common words (also called stop words) like “I” , “the” etc.
some operators can be combined, while others must be used alone.
forces words to be included in search results....
A free 3D model definitely can save your budget and deadline. On average, a modeler saves over 2 hours of modeling time when they could get a free 3D model.
Today, 3D models are used in a wide variety of industries. The movie industry uses them as characters and objects for animated and real-life motion pictures. The video game industry uses them as assets for computer and video games.The architecture industry uses them to demonstrate proposed buildings and landscapes through Software Architectural Models. The medical industry uses detailed models of organs.
We understand how useful a 3D model...
Posted by: Architect
finish, marble, stone
October 14, 2011 |
October 14, 2011
The Dark Emperador marble accepts well certain types of finishing, due to its breccial nature. The types of finishings we most recommend are:
This type of finishing has a thin corrugated appearance, showing a lighter colour of the Dark Emperador marble. Its surface is characterized by its thin salience and roughness.
Some common applications: flooring, coverings, stonework.
This is the type of finishing that most enhances the beautiful brown colour and veinage of the Dark Emperador marble. The surface is very shiny and smooth, highlighting...