This is a great post by ArchGroupie – some great examples and reasons why everyone should draw as a way of expressing their ideas and thoughts.
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“God created paper so that architecture could be drawn on it”
We are forever fascinated by the Architect’s doodle and how those scribbles on a napkin transform into architecture.
The architect’s sketch is often described as an intuitive force which emerges as a way of communicating their vision to the client. These scribbles on the page hold so much insight into how that architect thinks and conveys their ideas to the world. Sometimes ithey are so abstracted from a built form we understand that only when it is complete all the ideas held within the sketch are completely understood.
Many sketches hang in museums and are viewed as pieces of art but where only created as tools for the architect to express their ideas. Over the course of their career architects create thousands of sketches to convey every detail of the building, they say a picture is worth…
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