Axonometric perspective

Axonometric perspective

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.