The metre was arbitrarily defined as the ten-millionth part of one quarter of the meridian, which was then measured by foot and astronomical instruments along the line Dunkirk-Barcelona. In this course we measured both the paper space available to the architect and the body, which became our 1:1 site. We looked at the relevance – and limits - of Euclidean geometry in the description of the human shape, and worked on full-scale individual drawings, or patterns. Here geometry was not only descriptive but often reinterpreted and manipulated to other ends.
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