Proportion architecture

Explore the concept of proportion in architecture and learn how it can enhance the visual appeal and functionality of buildings. Discover top ideas to incorporate proportion into your architectural designs.
The Parthenon is known to exhibit proportions that approximate the Golden Ratio | R(a/ela)tional Scale Golden Proportion Architecture, The Golden Ratio Architecture, Architecture Golden Ratio, Golden Ratio In Architecture, Proportion Architecture, Golden Ratio Architecture, Golden Ratio In Design, Educational Architecture, Architectural Orders

R(a|ela)tional Design | 8th Light

In my last post, I talked about Expressive HTML and the importance of writing your markup from the content out. This idea—that you start at a granular level and work your way outward, building context...

Floris Spoelder
Brasilia National Stadium, GMP Architekten.  Photo:  Marcus Bredt Concrete Architecture, National Stadium, Manama, Space Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Brutalism, Architectural Inspiration, Architecture Photography, Architecture Details

Brasilia National Stadium / schlaich bergermann und partner + Castro Mello Arquitetos + gmp Architects

Completed in 2013 in Brasilia, Brazil. Images by Marcus Bredt. Brasília is the only city dating from the 20th century that has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With its range of public buildings, the...

David Mayhew
This is another example where the architecture was designed with the concept of the golden ration to reach proportion. Sacred Architecture, Proportion Architecture, Golden Ratio Architecture, Golden Proportion, Fibonacci Golden Ratio, Architectural Orders, Romanesque Architecture, Film Video, Calgary Canada

Fibonacci, The Golden Ratio, Video & Film | MEDIAPOP Films | Video Production Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto, and Across North America

Influences in the way we film our productions range from directors we like, movies we cherish, and math. Math? Yes, math. Using the Golden Ratio and the Fibonacci sequence we can mathematically calculate the beauty of a frame.

Mariana Bueno
Fig. 15. Overview of various standard proportions used by Philips Vingboons in Amsterdam between 1637 and 1674 Sacred Architecture, Proportion Architecture, Sacred Geometry Architecture, Window Facade, History Of Architecture, Le Corbusier Architecture, Arch Architecture, Architecture Concept, Hall Design

“Architecture according to proportions and rules of the Antique.”

In 1648 the Amsterdam architect Philips Vingboons (1607–1678) published his first book with engravings of his own designs from the past decade1. In the introduction he wrote a brief history of architecture, from its biblical and antique origins up to his own time, including finally his own work. He informs us that in Holland “only recently had the love for true architecture according to the principles and rules of

Josef Černý