Who is an architect knows how hard it is to develop a project. They are drawings and more drawings until you get some that somehow pleases. Then, the business is to improve until one day,"bum", it leaves the paper! However, to get to the final result, we go through various phases and materials, graphite, paper, rubber, colored pencils, Magic Color, mouse, computer, Autocad, SketchUp, Revit, Photoshop, Ilustrator. We make sketches, plans, cuts, views, axonometric, details, perspectives, a world of drawings to transform your dream into reality. And sometimes, some of these drawings become true works of art! Take a look, then, at these true works of art selected by the editors of ArchDaily . They are beautiful images divided into eight categories: architectural drawings, axonometric, context, diagrams, sketches, animated GIFs, details and other techniques.
Photograph: DL Atelier
And the idea here is really to highlight what lies at the basis of architectural practice: drawing. Inspiring more and more architects (including myself) to strive for this very basic and important aspect of our profession!
Photograph: IAPA Design Consultants
Photograph: Laura Ortin
Photograph: Fernando Neyra
Photograph: Luigi Rosselli
Photograph: INRE Studio
Photograph: CCPM Architects
Photograph: rimpf ARCHITEKTUR
Photograph: José Tomás Schmidt Canessa
Photograph: Studio North