Isaac Kremer/ January 14, 2018/ / 0 comments

In architecture, term used to describe the sense of bulk, density, and weight of architectural forms. 2. A unified area of light, shade, or color that defines shape or form in general outline rather than in detail. 3. A measure of a body’s inertia, as determined by the quantity of material it contains and its weight in a field of constant gravitational acceleration. Abbr.: M.

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