Some Mathematical Principles of Architecture
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To suggest possibilities, to challenge, to instruct. To suggest the possible uses of geometry outside of the classroom, and to communicate the fact that geometry is a living, breathing entity that can take on many forms and that it has existed for a very long time. To challenge the student to use what he or she learns in new ways. To instruct the student in the subject of geometry and architecture. While instruction perhaps must occur before application, I want to open up the student to the exciting possibilities first and thereby to motivate his learning.