Design Drawing Techniques: For Architects, Graphic Designers & Artists

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Routledge, 1992 - Architecture - 144 pages
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An invaluable tool for the architect, artist and graphic designer, `Design Drawing Techniques' shows how each element of an orthographic or perspective drawing can be produced in a variety of ways. Enriched with details culled from the work of successful and well known architects, this book provides a much needed alternative to existing texts.



* Meticulous step-by-step illustrations
* Details from successful and well known architects
 

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Contents

Preface
4
Introduction
5
1 Codes Cuts and Conventions
11
2 Floorscape Groundscape and Trees
29
3 Figures Furniture and Features
53
4 Surface Shade and Shadow
77
5 Sky Water Planes Boats and Autos
99
6 Lettering Labeling and Layout
121
Credits
143
Index
144
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Senior Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University School of Architecture.

Sue Goodman is Professor of Mathematics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research is in the area of foliations and dynamical systems, particularly on low dimensional manifolds. Dr. Goodman studies the relationship between dynamical and topological properties of the foliations and their ambient manifolds. She is an exceptional teacher. At UNC-CH, Dr. Goodman received the Graduate Math Association Award for graduate teaching in 1978 and the UNC-CH Tanner Award for undergraduate teaching a few years later in 1981. In 1991-94, she held the post of Bowman Gordon Gray Professor in honor of her undergraduate teaching. In March 2003, she received the SE MAA Distinguished College or University Teaching Award.

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