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Cubic Architecture

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Tj Kitchen

on 20 September 2013

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Transcript of Cubic Architecture

Cubic Architecture
Common Features
Basic Geometric Shapes (usually squares) used even for windows
Mostly simple designs based from squares
Modern/ contemporary look
Usually 1-2 stories tall
Cubic Architecture is said to have started somewhere during the 20 th Century in France, during the cubism movement. The originator is unknown.
Materials
History
Reinforced Concrete
Steel
Glass
Wood
& Other Unique Materials
Why I Like Cubic Architecture
Cubic architecture is very unique to me and you can design it any way you want.
With the basic geometric shapes like squares and triangles it makes this architecture seem like a type of art.
Principles and Elements of Design
shapes
color
balance
Famous Cubic Architect
Piet Blom created the cube houses in
Rotterdam and Helmond in The Netherlands
His initial tests of cubic architecture
was made in the early 1970's in Helmond

Today Cubic Architecture can be found in the US and some places in Europe.
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