Clarity

\ˈkler-ə-tē, ˈkla-rə-\
Function : noun
Etymology : // Middle English clarite, from Latin claritat-, claritas, from clarus

1: Is the quality or state of being clear. It can refer also to the ability to clearly visualize an object or concept. [1]

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Wikipedia: Clarity

Bibliography
1. Reiser + Umemoto, Atlas of Novel Tectonics, New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2006 :
Reiser and Umemoto negotiate on the clarity of architecture in terms of perception and observation, in a series of problem situations, each section being an argument committed to a specific case or condition. read more

(maria papaloizou, 25/11/2007)
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