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Log in Get Started. Download for free Report this document. Embed Size px x x x x When Aalto was 5 years old, the family moved to Alajrvi, and from there to Jyvskyl in Central Finland. Aalto studied at the Jyvskyl Lyceum school, completing his basic education in In he then enrolled to study architecture at the Helsinki University of Technology, graduating in Slide 4 In he returned to Jyvskyl, where he opened his first architectural office.
Jyvskyl would become a notable city for his architecture, with more buildings designed by him than in any other city. The following year he married architect Aino Marsio. Their honeymoon journey to Italy sealed an intellectual bond with the culture of the Mediterranean region that was to remain important to Aalto for the rest of his life. The Aaltos moved their office to Turku in , and started collaborating with architect Erik Bryggman.
The office moved again in to Helsinki. The Aaltos designed and built a joint house-office for themselves in Munkkiniemi, Helsinki, but later had a purpose-built office built in the same neighbourhood - the latter building nowadays houses the Alvar Aalto Academy. In the young. Aaltos designed and had built a summer cottage in Alajrvi, Villa Flora. Aino Aalto died of cancer in In Aalto married architect Elissa Mkiniemi died , who had been working as an assistant in his office.
In Aalto designed and had built a summer cottage, the so-called Experimental House, for himself and his new wife in Muuratsalo in Central Finland. Aalto's wide field of design activity ranges from the large scale of city planning and architecture to interior design, furniture andglassware design and painting. It has been estimated that during his entire career Aalto designed over individual buildings, approximately of which were built, the vast majority of which are in Finland.
Aalto claimed that his paintings were not made as individual artworks but as part of his process of architectural design, and many of his small-scale "sculptural" experiments with wood led to later larger architectural details and forms. These experiments also led to a number of patents: for example, he invented a new form of laminated bent-plywood furniture in His experimental method had been influenced by his meetings with various members of the Bauhaus design school, especially Lszl Moholy-Nagy, whom he first met in Aalto's furniture was exhibited in London in , to great critical acclaim, and to cope with the consumer demand Aalto, together with his wife Aino, Maire Gullichsen and Nils-Gustav Hahl founded the company Artek that same year.
Aalto glassware Aino as well as Alvar is manufactured by Iittala. Aalto's 'High Stool' and 'Stool E60' manufactured by Artek are currently used in Apple stores across the world to serve as seating for customers. Finished in black lacquer, the stools are used to seat customers at the 'Genius Bar' and also in other areas of the store at times when seating is required for a product workshop or special event.
The software supports both 2D and 3D formats. The software is developed and sold by Autodesk, Inc. AutoCAD is Autodesk's flagship product and by March had become the most ubiquitousmicrocomputer design program in the world, utilizing functions such as "polylines" and "curve fitting".
According to Autodesk company information, the AutoCAD software is now used in a range of industries, employed by architects, project managers and engineers, amongst other professions, and as of there had been training centers established across the world to educate users about the company's primary products Slide 8 History AutoCAD was derived from a program called Interact, which was written in a proprietary language SPL by inventor Michael Riddle.
They chose C because it seemed to be the biggest upcoming language. The C version was, at the time, one of the most complex programs in that language. Moreover, it became easier to edit 3D models. The mental ray engine was included in rendering and therefore it is possible to do quality renderings.
AutoCAD introduced parametric functionality and mesh modeling. It can only be used as Stand-alone software. Slide 10 Fallingwater or Kaufmann Residence is a house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, 43 miles 69 km southeast of Pittsburgh. Hailed by Time shortly after its completion as Wright's "most beautiful job", it is listed among Smithsonian's Life List of 28 places "to visit before you die.
In , members of the American Institute of Architects named the house the "best all-time work of American architecture" and in , it was ranked twenty-ninth on the list of America's Favorite Architecture according to the AIA Slide 11 Design and construction Once Wright had decided the location of the house, he had the obvious problem of building it there. The location of the north bank of Bear Run was not large enough to provide a foundation for a typically built Wright house.
Beyond this issue, there were also the clients' needs that had to be met. The Kaufmanns planned to entertain large gro.
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