How is the spiral shape used in architecture?

How is the spiral shape used in architecture?

Spirals in Architecture Nature has often adopted the spiral shape as a very efficient design for growth, strength and survivability. It is no wonder that man has used the spiral motif in art and has incorporated the graceful, elegant spiral shape as a major design element in architecture.

Who are the staff of spiral architectural design?

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What are the functions of the spiral line?

Much of the myofascia in the SPL also participates in the other cardinal meridians (SBL, SFL, LL) as well as the Deep Back Arm Line (see Ch. 7 ). The SPL is involved in a multiplicity of functions, so that dysfunction in the Spiral Line can affect the easy functioning of these other lines.

Why did Saleh Masoumi use spirals in his design?

This enables the plant to maximize the use of sunlight and rainfall by minimizing the blockage of sun and water by the leaves above. The Iranian architect, Saleh Masoumi, adopted this phyllotactic pattern in the design and placement of balconies on a high rise building.

Much of the myofascia in the SPL also participates in the other cardinal meridians (SBL, SFL, LL) as well as the Deep Back Arm Line (see Ch. 7 ). The SPL is involved in a multiplicity of functions, so that dysfunction in the Spiral Line can affect the easy functioning of these other lines.

Why is the spiral line not perfectly balanced?

The SPL is involved in a multiplicity of functions, so that dysfunction in the Spiral Line can affect the easy functioning of these other lines. Because most people worldwide have a dominant and recessive hand, leg, and eye, the Spiral Line is rarely perfectly balanced side-to-side, but is functionally adaptable within fairly wide tolerances.

Where is the spiral line in the human body?

Fig. 6.4 (A) A dissection of the upper Spiral Line, showing the clear fascial continuities wrapped from the skull to the hip, by way of the splenii, rhomboids, serratus anterior, and abdominal fasciae containing the oblique muscles.

What are the postural patterns associated with the spiral line?

Here in this chapter we focus on additional techniques aimed at areas exclusive to the Spiral Line. Common postural compensation patterns associated with the SPL include: ankle pronation/supination, knee rotation, pelvic rotation on feet, rib rotation on pelvis, one shoulder lifted or anteriorly shifted, and head tilt, shift, or rotation.

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