Architectural Palaces, Architectural Complexes and Palaces of Communism (1934-1941). These could be palaces of anything — monstrous Babylonian hallucinations, huge sci-fi complexes, totalitarian labyrinths or Piranesian/Stalinist prisons. They possess an excruciating symmetry and potential for […]
Miniature Pataphysical Laboratory by Neil Spiller | 2004 “The Dee Trunks is a symbolic response to the fact that Doctor Dee, Elizabethan alchemist, spy, and confidant, and conversationalist of Angels and Demons, used to put […]
Michael Sorkin is a deeply committed and influential architect and urbanist whose practice spans design, criticism, and teaching. A prolific writer, his currently contributing editor at Architectural Record, for which he writes a regular column, […]
Hybrid Drawings: The Strength of Composite Graphics Hybrids are the fusion of diverse drawing types intended to be seen as one drawing. The drawing was produced as one in a series of images for gallery […]
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Richard B. Ferrier (1944 – 2010) was an American artist and architecture professor at the University of Texas at Arlington. He also was known for his art, which is in collections across the United States. Richard Ferrier […]
How to quickly render nocturnal environments Occasionally, the artists illustrate their perspectives, sections and elevations in a nightlife environment. The idea may consist of showing nocturnal activity or a deeper exploration of nightlight environment. You can […]
“ In his 1966 book Cartesian Linguistics, Noam Chomsky put the finishing touches on his decade-old theory that the “deep structure” of Language allowed speakers to generate an infinite number of new sentences out of […]
Fabio Barilari | architect / artist
Fabio Barilari graduated with honours + publication of his thesis, in Architectural Design at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, with a projects on the Harbour of Ancona (Italy).
Varying the brushes when working with brush and ink Drawing by dipping a brush into ink and letting it glide across the paper gives a wonderful sense of freedom. It takes a good deal of […]
The Disorientating Polyhedral Panoramic Drawings of Rorik Smith /// Library, Corporation St.Wolff’s “ The composition, executed on-site, prior to the relocation of the town library, is calculated to disorient, to convey a sense of uncertainty, while retaining […]
The Liquid Light of Diego Garcia by Viktor Westerdahl “In ancient times Lixus was the site of a famous grove which bore golden fruit. Its flowers have petals like golden foil… …Insects like bees with metallic […]
Bryan Cantley leads Form:uLA, an experimental design practice, whose work attempts to blur the undefined zone between architecture and its representation. Cantley has lectured at a number of architecture schools internationally and locally, as well as […]
‘Stairs as a Connector’ by Amy Stock | 2012 Axonometric drawing Micron and prismacolor marker on mylar. More info about Amy Stock here
‘Manhattan Meets the Hudson River’ by Giuliano Fiorenzoli Exhibition of Architectural Drawings | NYC, 1982 Exhibition of drawings on the subject of the ‘visual’ in Architecture both as a craft and a method of investigation. […]