Imagine how comfortable it would be to hold a set of standard three-dimensional models that allow the client to choose the most fancied. This would simplify the search of stylistic and morphogenetic solutions. I suggested that similarly to the polygraphic industry, which has numerical ratings that stand for concrete colors, like all measures of weight, length, time etc., has its own models, like chemistry with its table of elements, the three-dimensional design should have a table or a set of models that systemize and classify shape.
And if this is possible, designers get a powerful instrument to analyze the existing forms and to create new ones. Such a table could serve in research purposes and also it can simplify practical work. Everyone is familiar with the situation when the client cannot put his preferences into words or comes up with wrong examples. Being lost in translation can lead to a stop in the search and guide the process in the >