|SUBJECT||axonometric projections (images)|
|NOTES||Refers to drawings created by using axonometric projection, which is a system of portraying a three dimensional object by depicting projectors parallel to each other and generally where at least one of the three spatial axes is inclined to the plane of projection. In modern architectural parlance, the term sometimes refers only to drawings depicted as if an orthographic rendering of the object has been tilted to the plane.|
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