Introduction Chapter 1: Sketch Tools and materials Conceptual sketches Analytical sketches Observational sketches Sketchbooks Experimental techniques Case study Project: City sketch Chapter 2: Scale Measuring Full size Detail scale Interior scale Building scale Urban scale Not to scale Case study Project: Survey Chapter 3: Orthographic Projection Plans Sections Elevations Drawing convection Drawing categories Case study Project: Small container Chapter 4: Three-dimensional Images Perspective Axonometric drawings Isometric drawings Other applications Photomontage and collage Case study Project: Serial views Chapter 5: Modelling Physical models Physical modelling equipment Model scales CAD models CAD software Fly through Case study Project: Sketch to CAD digital modelling Chapter 6: Layout and Presentation Layout Graphic presentations Oral presentations Storyboards Portfolios Case study Project: Layout and presentation Conclusion Glossary Further resources Index Acknowledgements and credits
Explores the concepts and techniques used to represent and develop architectural ideas, and discusses a range of drawing methods including new technology
Lorraine Farrelly is Professor of Architecture and Design at the Portsmouth School of Architecture, UK. She teaches architecture, interior and urban design. She has written several books and articles about contemporary architecture and interior design. Nicola Crowson is an architect and senior lecturer at the University of Portsmouth, UK. She is interested in the tectonic qualities of architecture and how we can represent a sublime architecture. She teaches on both undergraduate and postgraduate architecture and interior design courses.