The key to Frank O. Gehry's architecture is in his drawings.
SANAA, Competition Sketches. The sketches were made by Ryue Nishizawa during the competition phase of the De Kunstliné Theatre and Cultural Centre, Almere, The Netherlands.
At a time of rapidly changing technology in the service of architectural design, Steven Holl's watercolors is an important reminder of just how much you can do with the simplest of means. Holl's watercolors has become his signature, a truly unique style of visualization and one that continues to inspire awe among his fellow architects.
September 11, 2012 /
Calatrava's drawings of varying type, format, and technique afford us a key to understanding the ensemble of his work. ...
March 01, 2004 /
In the book "Glenn Murcutt: A Singular Architectural Practice" the selection of the sketches Murcutt makes to reveal architectural ideas to his clients are complemented by his own notes, and the insightful commentary by the editors, Professor Haig Beck and Jackie Cooper. ...
September 07, 2012 /
"Drawings - landscapes, portraits, and trip sketches - have always kept me busy." - Álvaro Siza ...
September 07, 2015 /
Can a single drawing sum up the complexity of a sizable built project? In his hand-drawn Toons, Mikkel Frost, one of the founding partners of CEBRA, amalgamates various drawing techniques into playful architectural sonnets. ...
November 28, 2013 /
With a few brief strokes of a black felt pen, Dominique Perrault captures the idea of an architectural project in its most basic visual form. A powerful means of communication, the sketch bridges conceptual thinking and design in the making. It stimulates mediation between the architect, his team, and the client – and between site and built construction. ...