Yes, one more blog about this subject. Care to continue?
Architects can be difficult to work with sometimes. …keep reading
“Woke up, fell out of bed / Dragged a comb across my head/ Found my way downstairs and drank a cup / And looking up I noticed I was late…” …keep reading
As part of a great group of architects and friends from social media, I was graciously invited to contribute my answers to a series of questions as an interview for architects.
Yes, I’ve been reading again; quite a bit I might add.
In our last two posts we looked at drawings as a thinking device and that they tend to develop from very loose and abstract images to defined, scalar representations of the building or space. Today we will look at examples of what most people identify with, the definitive drawing. We will jump ahead in the design process to images that are more complete and beyond most of the conceptual or exploratory phase.