All posts filed under: Drawings

The Highgate Wake House

The Highgate Wake House Cathal Crumley Project The Highgate Wake House has been conceived as an amalgamation of various architectural interests. The Wake House can be described as three dwellings unified by an individual external lining. It’s material composition is of a modest nature. A timber […]

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A Flow Of Organic Lines

A Flow Of Organic Lines Christa Rijneveld   Project Impressed by the enormity of the Rocky mountain landscape, intrigued by its’ shapes and layers, intimidated by the beauty and danger of this natural artefact Christas’ images are absorbed in depth and curves. The work generally […]

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Creativity Isn’t An Equation

Creativity Isn’t An Equation Peter Judson Long after the Radical Design period, Peter Judson sways us back into the striking colours, scale distortion and irony of the era in a contemporary style. We lose ourselves in his realms of isometric projections, where opposing scales collide, […]

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What City We Need

What City We Need Furong Li , Changixong Li & Zhongsheng Zhang   Project The scheme is a reflection of “what city we need” and the response and hypothesis based on the local habits of Wuyishan. In the middle of the night in the late […]

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H501_Revealing The Hidden Monuments Of Rome

H501_Revealing The Hidden Monuments Of Rome Alessandro Acciarino   Project Through a selection of images the project explores the forms of the city of Rome challenging the notion of monumental by revealing the metropoles’ ’ ‘hidden’ monuments which, contrarily to those visited by the mass […]

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‘The Axonometric Is My Favourite Projection’

‘The Axonometric Is My Favourite Projection’ Irena Gajic   Projects The Unsolicited Sideshow_Chicago Architecture Biennale The Unsolicited Sideshow is a pop-up exhibit and event series that will open in tandem with the Chicago Architecture Biennial at the Chicago Athletic Association. The illustration is for the exhibition […]

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The City as Foreground

The City as Foreground Antoine Alves ‘Sometimes, I find myself obsessed with a small detail like a tiny window, a chimney, or the proportions of a door that will inspire me for days.’ Architect Antoione Alves explores architectural utopic forms through an obsession with the […]

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Museum X

Museum X Idan Sidi Project The work of art is a cultural treasure, looking for it, could have been the life mission of a person. Sometimes, the treasure itself is not as important as the path to find it. I aspire to turn the work […]

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A Critical Convergence of Hand and Digital

A Critical Convergence of Hand and Digital Francesco Stumpo Projects tabula_rasa_100.2 A series of a 100 drawings of routes, maps, thoughts and connections that intersect in a tabula rasa of 8.5 by 5.5 in. between_light_color Illustration series of some essential architecture projects from the 20th century. […]

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Architecture As Memory

Architecture As Memory Stefan Bleekrode Project The drawings in pen and ink, are constructed almost entirely from memory to recreate the places Stefan visited and to capture the ingenuity and creativity of various architectural styles. Interview Who influences you graphically? There are many people who […]

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Exploring The Notion of Play

Exploring The Notion of Play Lottie Hughes Lottie Hughes is a uk based illustrator, who explores the realm of illustrator creating playful/colourful illustrations rich in character Interview Who influences you graphically? I’m influenced by everyday life and surroundings. My work is based around interior settings […]

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