The Rudiments of Architectural Rendering: Pen & Ink, Colours.: First Edition, #1 by ADEDAYO ADEYEKUN

The Rudiments of Architectural Rendering: Pen & Ink, Colours.: First Edition, #1

byADEDAYO ADEYEKUN

Kobo ebook | July 2, 2019

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The Rudiment of Architectural Rendering (Pen and Ink, Colours), is a practical Architectural rendering book edited by Prof. Prabhubhai K. Patel (Emeritus Professor of Architecture from Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee – Oldest Technical Institution of Asia). It contains about 45 illustration pictures of buildings rendered with colours, pen and ink. It is a book for Architects, Illustrators, Artists and Interior Designers. This book intended to develop a student studying architecture to demonstrate artistic skills in the core course needed to become an architect (Architectural Graphics), most especially in the application of colours. As an experience teacher of all levels of education from primary to university, believed that the daily practice of a good architect relies more on hand created drawings before it is done with the use of software. Hand created drawings gives a person training to be an architect to make use of the simplest intuitive connection between the mind and the hand. It also allows a consolidation of ideas developing the process of creative thinking. AutoCAD was created to aid architectural design for professional practice not to be a tool to develop an architect. The power of creativity relies on what you can create with your hand. An architect hand created drawing should be his pride and a manifesto to fire the imagination of his client. Even in the age of computer application, the use of hand in architectural graphics has become more precious. Using digital tools certainly has improved the way in which building design is organized and documented, but the computer cannot become a complete replacement for the way in which architects conceptualize and communicate their designs. Hand drawing is a gift that can't be ignored. We need to keep doing it. We are not machines but humans and to be an architect, one must be an artist, and to be an artist, you must be creative and to be creative you must be at one with the house. Hand drafting is an art according to Walter Gropius, says in one of his quotes, 'Children should be introduced right from the start to the potentialities of their environment, to the physical and psychological laws that govern the visual world and to the supreme enjoyment that comes from participating in the creative process of giving form to one's living space.

Title:The Rudiments of Architectural Rendering: Pen & Ink, Colours.: First Edition, #1Format:Kobo ebookPublished:July 2, 2019Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9389039118

ISBN - 13:9789389039115

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The Rudiment of Architectural Rendering (Pen and Ink, Colours), is a practical Architectural rendering book edited by Prof. Prabhubhai K. Patel (Emeritus Professor of Architecture from Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee – Oldest Technical Institution of Asia). It contains about 45 illustration pictures of buildings rendered with colours, pen and ink. It is a book for Architects, Illustrators, Artists and Interior Designers. This book intended to develop a student studying architecture to demonstrate artistic skills in the core course needed to become an architect (Architectural Graphics), most especially in the application of colours. As an experience teacher of all levels of education from primary to university, believed that the daily practice of a good architect relies more on hand created drawings before it is done with the use of software. Hand created drawings gives a person training to be an architect to make use of the simplest intuitive connection between the mind and the hand. It also allows a consolidation of ideas developing the process of creative thinking. AutoCAD was created to aid architectural design for professional practice not to be a tool to develop an architect. The power of creativity relies on what you can create with your hand. An architect hand created drawing should be his pride and a manifesto to fire the imagination of his client. Even in the age of computer application, the use of hand in architectural graphics has become more precious. Using digital tools certainly has improved the way in which building design is organized and documented, but the computer cannot become a complete replacement for the way in which architects conceptualize and communicate their designs. Hand drawing is a gift that can't be ignored. We need to keep doing it. We are not machines but humans and to be an architect, one must be an artist, and to be an artist, you must be creative and to be creative you must be at one with the house. Hand drafting is an art according to Walter Gropius, says in one of his quotes, 'Children should be introduced right from the start to the potentialities of their environment, to the physical and psychological laws that govern the visual world and to the supreme enjoyment that comes from participating in the creative process of giving form to one's living space.