* Architecture: Architecture and the Lost Art of Drawing by Michael Graves, Architect
Posted by the editors on Sunday, 2 September 2012
Architecture: Architecture and the Lost Art of Drawing by Michael Graves, Architect: “..IT has become fashionable in many architectural circles to declare the death of drawing. What has happened to our profession, and our art, to cause the supposed end of our most powerful means of conceptualizing and representing architecture?..” The world-renowned architect and designer, Michael Graves, has written a very interesting article in The New York Times, on the relationship between architecture, thought, creativity and drawing..
A 15-image slideshow accompanies the article, here.
See our other posts on Michael Graves:
- Architecture + Design: Design Icon: Michael Graves by Gary Nadeau (Video)
- Michael Graves – Architect & Designer – If It’s Going to Get Designed, Let’s Do It Well
image: Michael Graves; article: Michael Graves; The New York Times
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