Spatial relationships between objects NATA drawing syllabus Part 5

spatial relationships between objects

Architectural design is the correlation and dependence between vacant space and objects. Spatial relationships between the objects are also known as the composition of solids.  Building Architecture,   furniture layout, floor seating arrangement etc are the practical examples for the same. A planned arrangement of a set or series of spaces into one recognizable whole are generally known as spatial organization. Technically these are classified into Linear, Clustered and Axial organization. An architecture student undertakes a deep study about the spatial compositions / spatial relationships between objects during the course period.

An artist / Architect can speak more about the spatial relationships between objects or solids. Because they always do experiments with objects and spaces for convincing his thoughts and ideas through their artwork. Architects wildly choose perspective sketch as a tool for forming a concept or idea of a building. They always start their discussion about new assignments or project with the aid of sketches. A computer aided architectural visualization is also produced with the aid of manual sketches which are prepared by the architects. Dummy sketch, Theoretical sketch, Structural sketch, Formal sketch, Functional drawing, etc are the common classification of architectural sketches.

The syllabus of NATA drawing exam 2020 has included the relevant keywords to start exploring the spatial relationships between objects by the candidate itself. Enough knowledge in perspective sketching, 3d composition, pattern making, etc of a candidate will be examined thorough many objective questions from these topic.
The common terms to be focused regarding the above discussion are given for the reference.

  • Vanishing Point
  • Station Point
  • Picture Plane
  • Object plane
  • Parallel Lines
  • Depth of field
  • Overlapping
  • One-Point Perspective
  • Two-Point Perspective
  • Three-Point Perspective
  • Bird’s Eye View
  • Worm’s Eye View
  • Horizon Line
  • Converging lines
  • Space planning
  • Proportionality
  • Abstract
  • Floor-plan

Topics like two dimensional visual comparison, matching figures, combination of two or more shapes, etc are the other topics related to spatial relationships. It is strongly recommend you for practicing sketches everyday to develop your ability to recognize spatial relationships between the objects. Regular sketching or drawing will also improve your visualization skill.

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