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When you have correct line types and line weights, Your ideas are clear, adequately communicated, and people are more likely to understand your work correctly.
Drawing is an architects primary communication tool. Discover the top 10 drawing conventions you must include in every design drawing and the typical mistakes students make…
One of the biggest challenges many architecture students have is grasping what an architecture design concept is, and what makes a great architecture design concept. Discover what is an architecture design concept, what is the purpose and where do they come from…
Architects do not make architecture. Architects make an abstract representation of architecture. It is important to understand this.
An architecture programme captures a building function in great detail. Lack of attention to the functional requirements will assure users will see it as a design failure. Architectural programme is therefore an essential consideration in every design project and process. Find out why…
You are going to be given some form of an architectural project or design brief for all of your design projects.
But what is a project brief, how is a design brief different, why are they important, and what exactly should you do with them?