Understanding a city with pencil and paper, the archistudent way.

chrisnortonriley:

Berlin Sketches

frozen fingers

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chrisnortonriley:

Sketchbook Stills

I have been trying to sketch as much as I can while in Copenhagen. I’ve tried to take at least half an hour to just sit and sketch or write at every building or museum I have visited and it has been teaching me a lot about what I am drawing as well as drawing itself.

I shall just steal reblog this to our sketchbook tags…

My Summer Sketchbook

Please disregard my terribly out of scale “truck”, in my sketchbook i fixed it.

sketchbook project submission


Arighna Mitra
1st Year at PMCA Cuttack,
India 

I realised I haven’t shared my own sketchbook yet, so here’s a page from today’s interim critique session. My favourite part was: 'How many architects does it take to build a site model?!'
(Disclaimer: These are very bad drawings of my tutors. I’m sorry!)

I realised I haven’t shared my own sketchbook yet, so here’s a page from today’s interim critique session. My favourite part was: 'How many architects does it take to build a site model?!'

(Disclaimer: These are very bad drawings of my tutors. I’m sorry!)

Sometimes you just have to draw something that isn’t a building.

Hybrid Habitation…

upcoming invasions on mars…

I don’t really have a sketchbook, but I sketch stuff on papers and then put it up above my desk. I also have some postcards, photos and flyers from architectural exhibitions, so I took photos of the ”thousand papers” wall:

mattwynn:

So what kind of things do Architecture Students do?
One of them is what seems to be a life of Design Studio work, so throughout the day/week, I’ll churn out development sheets like these.

mattwynn:

So what kind of things do Architecture Students do?

One of them is what seems to be a life of Design Studio work, so throughout the day/week, I’ll churn out development sheets like these.

(Source: mattrwinston)

My classmate’s sketchbook page: A study on voronoids. 

My classmate’s sketchbook page: A study on voronoids. 

Submission from blayk: Chair design for design competition. The final product must be made by a 4x8 sheet of plywood. This design is using only 45, 30, 60 degree angles.

Submission from blayk: Chair design for design competition. The final product must be made by a 4x8 sheet of plywood. This design is using only 45, 30, 60 degree angles.

…from a failed attempt at traveling to Shanghai.

…from a failed attempt at traveling to Shanghai.

This sketchbook belongs to my friend Mars, who very kindly agreed to me photographing a page of her sketchbook. Hurrah! 
Submit yours or your friend’s sketchbook now! :)

This sketchbook belongs to my friend Mars, who very kindly agreed to me photographing a page of her sketchbook. Hurrah! 

Submit yours or your friend’s sketchbook now! :)


I’m a first year arch student at Cal Poly SLO, here’s a good picture of the room I share with my roommates… I’m just getting started with a draft while she is making a Hockney-style collage on the floor, with my preliminary model next to her. Our studio is a bit of a walk and not a very comfortable place, so this is where most of our work goes on.

I’m a first year arch student at Cal Poly SLO, here’s a good picture of the room I share with my roommates… I’m just getting started with a draft while she is making a Hockney-style collage on the floor, with my preliminary model next to her. Our studio is a bit of a walk and not a very comfortable place, so this is where most of our work goes on.