Rendering of the Interior
Wolf Lotz explains that the Renaissance it not only an extremely influential and innovative time for architecture in the physical dimension, but also the in the two-dimensional development of what architecture represents. Wolf Lotz explains the birth and refinement of methods to describe a three-dimensional onto a two dimensional plane can help people understand and decipher the concept of a what space can feel like or look like without actually experiences the particular space or volume. While traditional methods of depicting a three-dimensional object is to create multiple two-dimensional views only showing small or incomplete portions of the space. Lotz wanted to create a new method to give the three-dimensional characteristics of a volume represented on a plane that viewers without knowledge or understanding of conventional representation a way to visual that volume. The development and implementation of perspective drawings creating a completely new and technical way of representing three-dimensional object on a two-dimensional plane.