This section brings together a range of drawing techniques and drawing types, all of which have been explored in earlier parts of the book. It arranges drawings into three clusters, according to the kinds of places they represent: interiors, landscapes and urban settings.

While acknowledging that this simple grouping is reductive, in the sense that it overlooks other kinds of drawings and places, it is nevertheless useful in terms of being able to establish a broad framework for the idea that architectural drawing is ultimately concerned with the creative exploration of a place and the communication of the qualities of that place. This section is about architectural drawings that represent a place where something happens, that has ...

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