Manual of Graphic Techniques 1 is the first comprehensive guide to the use of graphic presentation tools and techniques for both the beginner and the professional. Hundreds of drawings and photos, including 12 colour plates, provide step-by-step instruction for more than 120 techniques in surface,...
Published September 29th 2013 by Routledge
The design process of Will Alsop acts as a conduit for the dreams and aspirations of others. Moving from public consultation to the privacy of his painting studio – here ideas are born in the liquidity of paint, the serendipity of collage and the flourish of line, resulting in the avant-garde and...
Published September 27th 2010 by Routledge
What role does colour play in our built environment? How are our attitudes to colour changing? What potential do new technologies bring for the use of colour and light in architecture? Combining real examples from practice with colour theory, this book will help you to fully understand the role...
Published December 15th 2008 by Taylor & Francis
An Illustrated Guide to Architectural Terms
Widely used in architectural circles in the heat of discussion, the recurrent use of particular words and terms has evolved into a language of design jargon. Commonly found in architectural literature and journalism, in critical design debate and especially in student project reviews, Archispeak...
Published June 2nd 2004 by Routledge
As 'visual animals' architects continue to live and work in a pictorial age in which image-making remains the central activity of environmental design. Selling Architectural Ideas explores the promotional role of architectural graphics and drawing at the point of communication, i.e. at their point...
Published December 22nd 1999 by Taylor & Francis
This book explores the important relationship between the way we see and the way we draw architectural ideas. The text deals with sensory experience of space, the spatial cues represented in architectural drawing and the relationship between drawing type and design intent. It also addresses new...
Published October 1st 1997 by Taylor & Francis