About Architectural Drawings
Architectural drawings, sketches, plans, perspectives, and all manner of two dimensional representation depicting architecture.
Drawings do not need to be created by architects. They may have been created as part of the planning of the building, documenting its details, representing its construction or drawings of a work following erection.
Examples would include sketches made while visiting and studying architecture, design sketches, presentation drawings, studies, renderings, perspectives, elevations, plans, sections, etchings, engravings, etc.
The works included can include drawings of recent origin (sketch you made visiting Bilbao) as well as very old, ancient records (architectural images from ancient egypt, china, etc.).
In some cases, the boundary between drawing and architecture may become blurred, as in the work of Daniel Libeskind, Le Corbusier's graffiti murals, and inscriptions on buildings. As long as the image depicted is "architectural", then it may be included. Let's err on the side of being inclusive rather than exclusive.
This is a public group.
Members can post 50 things to the pool each month.
- Accepted media types:
- Accepted content types:
- Photos / Videos
- Screenshots / Screencasts
- Illustration/Art / Animation/CGI
- Accepted safety levels: