Drawing/thinking: Confronting an Electronic Age

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Marc Treib
Routledge, 2008 - Architecture - 190 pages
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This book addresses the question ‘Why draw?’ by examining the various dynamic relationships between media, process, thought and environment.

Highly illustrated, the book brings together authors from the fields of architecture, landscape architecture and art and demonstrates that designing through drawing is fundamentally different from designing on a screen.

 

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Contents

An Introduction
8
Marc Treib
12
Mark Alan Hewitt
28
The Artistic Practice of Drawing Lynn Gumpert
46
Critical Drawing for Landscape Design Catherine Dee
60
Anthony Dubovsky
72
Thinking Seeing and Drawing Laurie Olin
82
Christopher Grubbs
100
Ken Smith
136
Christopher Brown
142
Drawing the Implied Urban Realm Allison Dutoit
148
Giving Visual Form to Thoughts Katie Hawkinson
160
Drawing at Pixar Harley Jessup
170
Contributors
182
Acknowledgments
186
Index
188

Errol Barron
112
Chip Sullivan
122

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About the author (2008)

Marc Treib is Professor of Architecture Emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley, a frequent contributor to architecture, landscape, and design journals, and a practicing designer. He has held Fulbright, Guggenheim, and Japan Foundation fellowships, as well as an advanced design fellowship at the American Academy in Rome.

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