Bustler: Winners of the NZIA Graphisoft Student Design Awards propose cheeky, fresh ideas for Auckland

Bustler: Winners of the NZIA Graphisoft Student Design Awards propose cheeky, fresh ideas for Auckland. Wish I did this during school days!

This work looks striking through the colour tone. Simple shapes are constructed and is adapted through the colour depth to generate a 3D perspective. Simple line structures are also used to create a form of abstract as well as linking into architecture

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

Presidents Medals: Places of Un-named Possibilities

The RIBA President's Medals Student Awards :: Places Of Un-named Possibilities by Jade Huang - Mackintosh School of Architecture Glasgow UK

Tristram Mason is a Finnish/British illustrator currently based in London, specialised in digital and hand made collages. He mixes different techniques and subjects ranging from abstract themes and patterns to figurative compositions with a vintage flair.

Tristram Mason’s Layering, Texturing and Repeating

archisketchbook - architecture-sketchbook, a pool of architecture drawings, models and ideas

Relief of Land;Mountains (JM) - archisketchbook - architecture-sketchbook, a pool of architecture drawings, models and ideas

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

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.

thepapercity:  one of the very early in progress drawings from my thesis work… watch this space!  to quote Owain Williams (http://www.ow-works.co.uk/) from an email exchange last year - “ there is no shame in drawing your guts out before you are certain how your plan is arranged” - great advice!

thepapercity: one of the very early in progress drawings from my thesis work…to quote Owain Williams from an email exchange last year - “ there is no shame in drawing your guts out before you are certain how your plan is arranged” - great advice!


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