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That are proportionate
Front and Back
on Front of the
I think this is what it says... can someone clear that up?
I think you nailed it, SDR.SDR wrote:I believe it reads
Except for chang-
front and back
as shown for
This would explain perfectly the absence of front or rear elevations for the "studio chair." "Front and back elevations same" would presumably include the perforation. . .
It is possible, however, that he has the back angle of the dining chair just a couple of degrees too far reclined, and the seat perhaps an inch or so too deep, in his illustration, compared to the architect's drawing ? Still, it's a delight to see the redwood (yes, another one) and brick so lovingly depicted -- the ghost of the house, or maybe its elements of enclosure and furnishing, in a form never before seen . . .
I am combining built and planned to the model so it may seem like a mesh of designs but it will look good in the end especially when i add the perf design.