THE USE OF TWISTED SURFACES AS A SOURCE OF INSPIRATION IN ARCHITECTURAL CONCEPTS
Keywords:descriptive geometry, helical surface, education, architectural design, architectural space
In the creative activity of any field we rely on scientific, technological and artistic interdisciplinarity, through which any designer manifests itself as a creative being, capable of capitalizing and enriching nature. Nature, in turn, provides inspiration for various efficient structural forms The spiral found in various forms in nature is interpreted and applied to architectural concepts. These architectural concepts are adapted to technical and constructive thinking through descriptive geometry, developing other structural geometric shapes. This paper analyses the ways in which descriptive geometry, through helical surfaces, allows architecture students to create volumes and architectural spaces, and especially to understand the role they play in the development of spatial thinking, to understand the different geometric patterns we find in nature.
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