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Faculty of Forest Industry


Form-formation is studied in second year, 45 h lectures and 45 h laboratory classes.

The main objective of the course is to acquaint students with the theoretical base and essence of processes of form formation in the material world. The science exposes the main operational logic of form formation: systemization, structuring and construction of forms, as well as its chief mechanism, consisting of harnessing of symmetry and rhythm in a single matrix. The theory studies the content of symmetry and rhythm - two basic categories in the world. It also studies the classification of forms and spaces, the principles and methods of their organization and structure related to the horizons of development of the physical and mathematical knowledge of the human being about the surrounding world at the present moment.

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