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  1. case studythe shadows projected upon a surface by an object that stands between the surface and the light source

          

  2. elementsthe components that make up a drawing, or design-line, shape, space, form, space, value, texture and color.

          

  3. AIAthe American Institute of Architects; architects who are members of this organization often list the initials after their name.

          

  4. aerial perspectiveany drawing made to aid the visualization, exploration and evaluation of a concept; a drawing made during the design process

          

  5. gesture drawingany drawing made to aid the visualization, exploration and evaluation of a concept; a drawing made during the design process

          

  6. Cast shadowsthe shadows projected upon a surface by an object that stands between the surface and the light source

          

  7. contour linecontextual elements such as people, cars, furniture, plants, and landscape features; images of one's environment or surroundings used to compliment architectural delination

          

  8. design drawingany drawing made to aid the visualization, exploration and evaluation of a concept; a drawing made during the design process

          

  9. axonometric drawinga paraline drawing of an axonometric projection with all lines parallel to three principal axes drawn to scale (includes isometrics), any diagonal or curved lines are distorted . Any pictorial graphic that shows three faces of an object on one orthographic view may be classified as an axonometric

          

  10. sustainable designa building designed and constructed to have less negative impact on natural resources and to have a greater positive impact on the people who use it.

          

  11. eye levelthe components that make up a drawing, or design-line, shape, space, form, space, value, texture and color.

          

  12. entouragecontextual elements such as people, cars, furniture, plants, and landscape features; images of one's environment or surroundings used to compliment architectural delination

          

  13. founding principala line that follows the edge of the form, or travels across the surface, without shading or modeling the form.

          

  14. isometric drawinga paraline drawing of an axonometric projection with all lines parallel to three principal axes drawn to scale (includes isometrics), any diagonal or curved lines are distorted . Any pictorial graphic that shows three faces of an object on one orthographic view may be classified as an axonometric

          

  15. conventionthe organization of elements in a pictorial space

          

  16. formthe American Institute of Architects; architects who are members of this organization often list the initials after their name.

          

  17. compositionthe use of a common visual language, application of standard rules of drawing for a specific purpose. In drawing architectural plan certain types of lines always mean the same thing, such as dashed lines used to represent object lines that are hidden from view.

          

  18. principal architectvisual phenomenon where forms appear less distance as they recede in space because of the greater density of the air between the viewer and the object.