Mimesis and abstraction - the paradigmatic principles and traditions of fine art representation in the training of architects

  • Gábor Üveges

Abstract

The notion of mimesis and abstraction. Mimesis and abstraction in the training of architects. Art in the training of architects. The analogy that exists in conceptual, intellectual and compositional areas between fine art and architecture offers tremendous new opportunities to make the work carried out in the spirit of geometrical abstraction and other closely related movements to be the (modern) school of architectonic thinking, organization of structure and space and visual and spatial order.
Keywords: geometrical abstraction, architectonic thinking, training of architects
How to Cite
Üveges, G. (2008) “Mimesis and abstraction - the paradigmatic principles and traditions of fine art representation in the training of architects”, Periodica Polytechnica Architecture, 39(1), pp. 35-40. https://doi.org/10.3311/pp.ar.2008-1.05.
Section
Articles