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- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
- an ellipse is more complex than that of the circle. I will
- draw the form of an ordinary ellipse. It need not be exact
- but merely have the general character of an ellipse. The
- the ellipse. Although the ellipse is still spherical, we have
- There is also order and regularity in the ellipse. Just as the
- circle is related to one point, the ellipse is related to two.
- alt="Ellipse with an Addition"
- The lines between any point of the ellipse and the two
- for an mental process. In the case of the ellipse, however,
- circle are equal, but in the ellipse we have to make an
- add when I see an ellipse.’ You yourself do
- foci and always get the same result. When an ellipse form
- joy! This is the living experience of the ellipse.
- circle is so immediately obvious. The ellipse causes us
- ellipse but is not the same. This line contains an inner
- it. The circle is a simple entity, the ellipse already more
- ellipse and of the hyperbola and also of the curves of
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