Looking back to the basic elements and functions in architectural design starting from the most basic form of point, dot, and line. 'Point' is a coordinate without any dimensions and area, which is the simplest element of design. We draw from dots, its anchor themselves in space and provide a reference point relative to the other forms and space around it. A 'line' then came after the series of point adjacent to each other. When lines are connected they formed two-dimensional and three-dimensional structures.
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