Freehand Graphics: For Architects, Landscape Architects, and Interior Designers : a Problem-solving Approach
This introduction is aimed at showing students and practitioners of the spatial arts how to increase the speed and accuracy of their drawing through the effective use of grids. With clear examples and practical applications, Martha Sutherland poses specific design problems and offers a variety of solution based on her own vast experience and the work of her students.
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