Knight T W, 1981, "Languages of designs: from known to new" Environment and Planning B 8(2) 213 – 238
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Languages of designs: from known to new
T Weissman Knight
Received 19 June 1981
Abstract. A procedure for defining new languages of designs from known or given ones is presented. It is specified in terms of shape equivalence rules or shape equivalence rule schemata which allow shapes in spatial relations given or inferred from existing design languages to be replaced with other shapes. The new spatial relations so defined can be used to determine a wide variety of new, original languages of designs. The possibility of using shape equivalence rules or rule schemata for characterizing formal compositional aspects of historic styles or languages of designs and relationships between them is also discussed.
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