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CRISS B. MILLS holds a degree in architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology, as well as a degree in visual arts from Georgia State University. A registered architect in Georgia and Florida, he is principal of his own architecture firm and teaches architecture at Clemson University.
Table of Contents
|Model Types: Typical Model Types Employed in the Design Process|
|Exploration: A Framework for Conceiving and Using Models in the Design Process|
|Project Development: Academic Examples in Support of Exploration|
|Project Development in Practice: Design Firm Examples in Support of Exploration|
|Rapid Prototyping: Rapid Prototyping - Using Digital Information to Produce Physical Models|
|Digital Practice: Combining Digital and Physical Model Information in Professional Practice|
|Basic Assemblage: Basic Techniques for Assembling Model Components|
|Advanced Assemblage: Advanced Techniques for Form Making|
|Assemblage Case Studies: Step-by-Step Case Studies of Assembly Techniques|
|Tools: Equipment & Materials|
|Appendix: Topics for Continuing Exploration|
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