FORM IN ARCHITECTURE AND PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN

DOI: 10.18503/2309-7434-2018-1(11)-57-63

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Authors:

DANICA STANKOVIC, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Nis, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture in Nis, Serbia

ALEKSANDRA KOSTIC, MSc. Arch., Ph.D. student, University of Nis, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture in Nis, Serbia

VOJISLAV NIKOLIC, MSc. Arch., Ph.D. student, University of Nis, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture in Nis, Serbia

ALEKSANDRA CVETANOVIC, MSc. Arch., Ph.D. student, University of Nis,
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture in Nis, Serbia

Abstract: The concepts regarding space and form are moved from one to the other in the course of history. Also, this change that space and form have undergone together should be considered based on the change and development in theory, discourse, technology, material, time etc. Depending on this development and change process, architectural form is also evident to change its expressions. The main goal of this research is to define the types of forms and their characteristics as well as the types of the possible spatial organizations in architectural design. The investigation includes analysis of the contemporary architecture. In this article are analyzed the examples from the practice with the aim of emphasising the significance of the conceptual design strategies used in architectural design.

Key words: form, architecture, principles, design, buildings.

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