Axonometric perspective | Article about Axonometric perspective by The Free Dictionary
Form of orthographic projection in which a rectangular object, projected on a plane, shows three faces.
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They are oil paintings on paper and look like false objects because they are all made with an axonometric perspective
, so they seem to come out from the wall, which is covered in a classic type of wallpaper.
For Stirling, the axonometric perspective
became a defining tool: 'a whole aesthetic and way of life comes from the logic and articulation possible with such a method,' Charles Jencks once wrote.