Modular grid

Modular grid

Reference grid in which the grid lines are spaced at exact multiples of the module.
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Their intention was to create a modular grid switch range-small units that fit into frames mainly for use in office and commercial applications, but also for some domestic use.
Every building has a concrete frame, with an entrance colonnade and a series of bays repeated on a modular grid.
Organised around a 18 x 9m modular grid, Barajas is actually just a huge (3) and potentially extendible kit of parts, with consequent economies of scale in materials, detailing and construction time.
As a leading member of the European Commission-funded GridLab project, the AEI participates in the development of an easy-to-use, flexible, generic and modular Grid Application Toolkit, enabling applications to make innovative use of global computing resources.
Kelly soon abandoned chance and the modular grid, but he retained transfer and the monochrome panel, or rather combined them into his signature "noninvention" (the oxymoron is intended here), the shaped canvas, a fifth strategy that he began to explore fully only after his return to New York, and through which he was able to recoup the terrain of form without falling back into the trap of compositionality.
Precise artisan craftsmanship and creativity used to create each pair of Santoni shoes gave Urquiola the inspiration to enclose the space in a modular grid of geometric shapes.
Projecting the design method as a criticism of the works of Arab Modernism, we note that in the new work, the plan is thought of as a whole, in which a modular grid orders the arrangements of all spaces simultaneously.
The lightness and transparency of the exhibition building (it is fully glazed on all four sides) and its modular grid of columns are strongly reminiscent of temporary structures used to protect archaeological excavations.
org) is a developer of patented electronic display technology, utilizing ADOT's proprietary light valve, modular grid design and other recent developments.
The plain but wholesome dough of modern architecture is being flavoured with more and more currants: buildings with warps, waves, folds, droops and other unexpected shapes sharply outlined against the modular grid background.
The nineteenth-century industrial ambience is reinforced by a modular grid that may in fact have much earlier roots, such as a tatami system.
Segre's remarks on the use of modular grids in order to shape and position flowerbeds--a technique she observed in the drawings of geometrically constructed gardens included in contemporary manuscripts--shed light on a process of garden design that have so far received little scholarly attention.
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