• Klaus Jan Philipp Explores the History of Architectural Drawings from the Middle Ages to the Present

    8 days ago - By Arch Daily

    Norman Foster's Willis Faber and Dumas Headquarters, interior perspective by Helmut Jacoby. Image © Birkhäuser
    Throughout history, drawing has been the essential medium of conveying architectural ideas, operating on multiple levels, from the practical application of serving the construction process to the more artistic quality of expressing a vision and providing an impression of what the architecture will be like. The book Architecture - Drawn, From the Middle Ages to the Present , authored by University of Stuttgart Prof. Dr. Phil. Klaus Jan Philipp , recounts the historical development...
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