Dimensions.Guide is a platform that can make life easier for designers and architects
Searching for information about the official dimensions and size of objects, vehicles, animals, even our cell phones, can be a very frustrating task, especially when time isn't on our side. To make it easier, Dimensions.Guide has been created, a free reference database with drawings that document the standard measurements and sizes of everyday objects and spaces.
Created by Bryan Maddock as a public research project, and developed by Fantastic Offense, a collective focused on urbanism and architecture, the result can facilitate the designs of architects, designers, artists and anyone with a general curiosity about the world, to better communicate the basic properties, systems and logic of what surrounds us.
The data compendium is divided by category: human, animal, plant, furniture, accessories, layouts, buildings, cities, transport, sports and digital. Thus, we are given the opportunity to find information ranging from the measurements of a billiard ball to those of a Triceratops, our coffee table or a human admiring an artistic painting. And the most interesting thing is that the library is growing: they’re even receiving requests.