About this course:
Improve your designs when you learn to "see the math" of the Golden Ratio. Have you ever looked at a home design and felt something was a little "off"? Your proportions may be incorrect. Learn to apply the Golden Ratio, Fibonacci numbers, and regulating lines to your designs and solve all of your proportion issues. Mathematicians around the world and all through history have studied this ratio. They've found that certain rules and ratios can account for aesthetically pleasing compositions in nature, art, and building design. You will learn to see the Golden Ratio everywhere as well as calculate it with formulas, number sequences, and display it graphically.
This course is presented by www.ResidentialDesignAward.com winner Kevin Holdridge, CAPS, CGP, CPBD.
Learn how to improve your home designs by starting the course now.
AIBD Members, enroll at a discount! Call 1-800-366-2423 or write info@AIBD.org for the member code.
The American Institute of Building Design (AIBD) believes in the consumer’s right to decide who designs their home. AIBD supports that belief by providing education and resources designed to help the consumer make informed decisions and the professional practice at peak performance. Become a part of our mission. www.AIBD.org.
BONUS: Recording of a Live Q&A with the presenter!
This course will take approximately 1 hour to complete. Our goal is to get all of the information to you in a timely manner with no fluff!
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