Basics Interior Architecture 03: Drawing Out the Interior

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AVA Publishing, May 27, 2009 - Architecture - 176 pages
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Basics Interior Architecture 03: Drawing Out the Interior is a comprehensive introduction to the representation of interior space through drawing and modelling.

The book introduces the reader to a range of techniques and methods and describes when and where to use them. Starting with what is meant by interior architecture and why designers draw in the first place, it goes on to explore what one might draw and when.

The text is supported by detailed studies of contemporary work, alongside activities and resources.
Starting with what is meant by interior architecture and why designers draw in the first place, it goes on to explore what one might draw and when.

It considers the idea that the method we choose to draw with influences the way we think and therefore what we design. It includes sketches and drawings from Le Corbusier, Iannis Xenakis, Mies van der Rohe and Carlo Scarpa.

 

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Contents

Introduction
How to get the most out of this book
The design process
Thinking drawings
Drawing to measure
Drawing space
Drawing effect
Hybrid techniques
Glossary
Acknowledgements
Back Cover
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

Ro Spankie trained as an architect and has a Masters in Computing and Design. She has worked as an architect and a furniture designer as well as a lecturer. She is currently programme leader for Interior Architecture at Oxford Brookes University. Fascinated by the role of the drawing in the design process, she has exhibited and published work related to the architectural interior both in the UK and abroad.

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