Axonometric drawing is a key skill for architects as it enables them to draw to scale a complete three dimensional object or building without losing detail to perspective. This course will introduce you to this subject's key skills. Drawn on a grid, the object is projected onto the page, enabling the architect to see how the different elements relate to each other...
Taught by: Ugo Passin.
Axonometric drawing is a key skill for architects as it enables them to draw to scale a complete three dimensional object or building without losing detail to perspective. This course will introduce you to this subject's key skills. Drawn on a grid, the object is projected onto the page, enabling the architect to see how the different elements relate to each other.
You will undertake a variety of practical exercises to help build up your skills and confidence with the technique.
Starting with a set of plans, elevations and section, you will generate increasingly complex axonometric drawings, both analytical and conceptual.
Attention will be paid to how to generate quick sketches from images of interiors and buildings showing them in axonometric presentation.
Who should take this course?
This course is suitable for anyone who has already attended a beginners or introductory course in architectural drawing and would like to improve their skills in this specific area, or for people who have basic architectural drawing skills but haven’t managed to master this technique.
Please note that this is a computer-free course, all drawing will be done by hand.
Ugo Passin is a practicing Interior Designer, Consultant and Lecturer currently researching the relationship between colour and space. His Interior Design folio included domestic and commercial clients. Graduated at Chelsea College of Art & Design, he has taught Interior Modular Courses at the same; Undergraduate and Diploma Courses at London College of Communication where he was able to pass on his passion, experience and knowledge for the subject matter.
Please bring with you to the first session:
- Sketchbook or notebook (A4 or A5 sizes are ideal)
- Pens for sketching, Extra Fine, Fine, Medium and thicker ( Uniball as an example)
- Clutch Pencil for technical drafting
- Sharpener for clutch pencil
- Eraser holder with an eraser
- Erasing shield
- Scale Rule with the following scales: 1:1/1:100, 1:20/1:200, 1:5/1:50, 1:1250/1:2500
- Adjustable set square (20 cm minimum)
- A3 tracing pad (minimum 60 gsm - but a heavier weight may be better as it is more forgiving)
- Masking tape or Scotch (3M) Drafting Tape (25 mm wide)
- Simple A3 portfolio case or A3 carrying case
Items required for the latter half of the course:
- Felt tip technical drawing pens (in: 0.1 size nib, 0.3 size nib, 0.50 size nib)
- Adjustable compass (with drawing pen attachment)
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