article, “Eikastiki Paideia” magazine, N. 22, 2006 (greek)

Geometry is an ideal tool to identify the common characteristics of architecture and art ... Geometry appears therefore an ideal intermedium. It is true, for example, to be expected that an architect would be able to communicate his/her ideas with a visual artist, and possibly not so easily with a doctor. This also has to do with the common concepts they use (line, intensity, shape, flat, rhythm), proving that indeed the fields of art and architecture do not have distinct boundaries.

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MATHEMATICS AS INTERMEDIUM OF ARCHITECTURE AND ART