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axial

[′ak·sē·əl]
(science and technology)
Of, pertaining to, or along an axis.
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Arnason, J.P., "Autonomy and Axiality: Comparative Perspectives on the Greek Breakthrough", en P.
(5) Although 'scale', 'scalar', 'scalarity' and the like may be interchangeable with 'axis', 'axial', 'axiality' and the like, I find that, for the sake of clarity, it is best to consistently use one set of terms.
In the middle of the 1950s socialist realist style became dominant, be it in the field of urban architecture axiality, space hierarchy, symmetry, or model of regular, closed squares encircled by buildings.
Working calmly and slowly, Pichler takes the measure of things and inflects the fundamental principles of symmetry, axiality, and strict frontality in order to join sculpture, landscape, and architecture, looking back to the traditional building techniques of the region and using basic materials like natural clay, metal, wood, glass, and lead to create sacred spaces--sturdy, comforting, and quiet.
at 142 (describing relationship between axiality and principles of yin and yang).
(54) Thus, Wright's emphasis on horizontal planes challenges not only Classical verticality, but also Classical axiality, balance and symmetry, and emphases on geometry and rectilinearity.
What attracts most in the oeuvre of the artist from Wroclaw is the question of the parallel respecting and avoiding axiality as the composition formula.