Drawing the city

Cities are represented by urban designers, planners, architects, politicians, and geographers who all have their own language of expression. Drawing the city requires a substantial range of skills to suggest possible situations, environments, and experiences.

Architecture is part of the city, so an understanding of architectural systems of plan, section, elevation, and measured drawings is necessary to describe the various components. The city is also made up of spaces, places, and streets. These are environments where people interact, where the theater of our existence takes place. So a range of drawings and further subjective representations is needed that can communicate the possibilities that a city offers. A painting, drawing, ...

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