tower diagramCollin Cobia

This work look striking through the colour tone. Simple shapes are constructed and is adapted through the colour depth to generate a perspective. Simple lines are also used to create a form of abstract as well as linking into architecture

Chris Dove - Partially rendered elevation.

stylised elevation - Project Niitsitapi Calgary, Canada January 2015 Project Niitsitapi was a 24 hour entry into a competition that aimed to create new ideas on public space. Based in Calgary, Canada, the competition.

Matthew Trendota, section drawing    #ookiinamomo    http://pinterest.com/ookiinamomo/technical-drawings/

Matthew Trendota, section drawing. I've never seen a section perspective constructed like this, it's interesting because it vanishes the entire interior to one point, making the building seem more like a singular unit

Movement 3, from Thailand Unfolding House - ink and watercolour by Loom, Raveevarn Choksombatchai, Ralph Nelson

Movement from Thailand Unfolding House - ink and watercolour by Loom, Raveevarn Choksombatchai, Ralph Nelson Hand drawn features with watercolor

Cath Campbell makes sculpture, drawing and large scale architectural interventions, which attempt to reinvent our associations with the built environment.

Cath Campbell’s Perspective Pencil on Paper’s

Makes me miss architecture school // Cath Campbell makes sculpture, drawing and large scale architectural interventions, which attempt to reinvent our associations with the built environment.

Pontifical Academy of Sciences by Benjamin Ferns won a RIBA student award for exceptional drawing skills.

Pontifical Academy of Sciences - Benjamin Ferns RIBA student award for exceptional drawing skills

Pontifical Academy of Sciences by Benjamin Ferns won a RIBA student award for exceptional drawing skills.

Pontifical Academy of Sciences - Benjamin Ferns RIBA student award for exceptional drawing skills

kalastair:  One of my drawings from my 5th year MArch project: “A Home, an Office and a University”, an investigation of architect Sir Albert Richardson (1880-1964) Currently on exhibition as part of the Bartlett School of Architecture Summer Show, (see previous post) until 5th July, in the Unit 12 space. Also online at www.alastairking.com

year MArch project: “A Home, an Office and a University”, an investigation of architect Sir Albert Richardson / Bartlett School of Architecture, Unit 12 space

BSc Unit 6 2013 - 2014: EDGE: FRAGILE LANDSCAPES, Christine Hawley, Paolo Zaide

GEORGE COURTAULD Cliffe Marshes Soft Sea Defence London The building is a oyster processing facility/ summer retreat. It aims to protect the marshes.

“The New London Law Court” by Matthew Turner, Bartlett School of Architecture, Unit 12.

[Image: From “The New London Law Court” by Matthew Turner, Bartlett School of Architecture, Unit I was in London earlier this month, primarily for another year of external exams at the Bartlet…

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