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id acadiaregional2011_022
authors Scheer, David R.
year 2011
title Architectural Drawing- A Prospective Requiem
source Parametricism (SPC) ACADIA Regional 2011 Conference Proceedings
summary Drawing has been inextricably entwined with architecture since ancient times. Today, architectural drawing is moribund if not already dead, replaced by technologies that encode and store design information in digital databases. This change has taken place with unbelievable rapidity, especially viewed from an historical perspective. This paper examines how drawing has affected our fundamental ideas about architecture and what effects its demise may have on architecture in the future. The aim is to appreciate what drawing has meant for architecture and to assess the latter's drawing-less prospects, hence a "prospective requiem".
series ACADIA
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