First introduced by Auguste Choisy at the end of the 19th century, and the favoured system of Le Corbusier and Theo van Doesburg, these projections were primarily produced for architects. This type of presentation gives a truer, three-
dimensional illusory understanding of the space and form of a building produced from a plan in scale, and has become very popular among architects.
creative roots and needs. The constructed perspective drawing is dominated by pure theory; the observed perspective drawing is from one view point. Perspective is a system of drawing that shows the illusion of three-dimensional objects in a picture space. To produce a good perspective drawing one has to abide by a certain set of rules. To break these rules is to undo the illusion.
There are two common uses for perspective. One is a perspective drawing constructed from our imagination and creative thoughts; the other is constructed from an understanding of planal recession and form.
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