© anthony gormley + david chipperfield - sculpture for the subjective experience of architecture (kivik art centre) - osterlen, sweden - 2008
Eye-Q, the Big Book of Visual Puzzles, includes Maciek Jozefowicz's newest puzzle invention, “Architecting”, creating 3D drawings (axonometric) from 2D drawings.
The book contains a variegated collection of original puzzles, more than 200, including “Pattern Square,” “PlusMinus” and “Remembro”, visual puzzles that challenge and develop visual “Eye-Q” says Jozefowicz.
As for “Architecting”, the player is asked to create three-dimensional drawings, axonometric, from three two-dimensional drawings, a plan and two elevations (and sometimes, the process is reversed and the player has to create three two-dimensional drawings from the axonometric).
bauen + wohnen = construction + habitation = building + home : internationale zeitschrift / band 6 / heft 1 / 1952
Peter Eisenman for “il giardino dei passi perduti” at Castelvecchio Museum, Verona