Architectural Drawing - Intermediate

This is an intensive one-week course aimed at those wishing to refine their skills at architectural drawing and to extend their abilities to communicate architectural ideas effectively. You will be shown how to develop and improve your presentation and how to communicate ideas and concepts graphically using techniques introduced through a series of workshops...

Taught by: Umut Yamac.

Description

This is an intensive one-week course aimed at those wishing to refine their skills at architectural drawing and to extend their abilities to communicate architectural ideas effectively. You will be shown how to develop and improve your presentation and how to communicate ideas and concepts graphically using techniques introduced through a series of workshops.

Topics covered

  • We will explore the expressive possibilities of techniques such as plan, section, and elevation.
  • Axonometric, perspective and collage will also be covered.
  • We will investigate how techniques can be used to illustrate architectural concepts such as scale and space
  • You will explore how to portray intangible concepts such as time, habitation and process.

Who should take this course?

Architectural students with a basic understanding of architectural drawing and wanting to develop their skills further.

Entry requirements

Some previous knowledge of basic architectural drawing skills is required. Students will be expected to bring with them a design project that they have completed previously to use as the basis for the drawings that they will make

Level: Intermediate




Tutor information

Umut Yamac is an architect, designer and maker of kinetic works based in London. 

After graduating with a distinction in design from the Bartlett school of Architecture he went on to work for a number of internationally recognised architects before founding his own studio in 2011.

The studio works at a variety of scales from domestic objects and designs for public spaces to permanent pieces and temporary installations. Past and present clients include Gilbert & George, Dazed and Confused and the RIBA.


Materials

Please bring the following to your first session:

  • Architectural design project -either in digital format or on paper, including sketchbook and other development work and photos of any models.
  • 10 sheets of A2 (420x594mm) drawing paper
  • 10 sheets of A2 (420x595mm) tracing paper
  • 10 sheets of A2 (420x595mm) layout paper
  • H to B pencils
  • Pen 0.1,0.2,0.3,0.5,0.8
  • Scale ruler showing 1:10, 1:50, 1:100, 1:200
  • Adjustable set square
  • Rubber
  • Masking tape
  • Any drawing tools you have: colour pencil / pastel / watercolour
  • Scissor, cutter
  • Glue
  • Spray mount
  • Digital camera
  • Laptop with Illustrator, Photoshop and Sketch-up is useful

Details for booking

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