Dreaming Design

Without a doubt, computers play a vital role in the production of architectural drawings today.  But equally vital to the design process is the role of sketching and drawing by hand.

An architect engaged in his or her world is constantly seeing, interpreting and sketching; translating back and forth between the 2nd and 3rd dimensions to understand spatial relationships and better inform the design process.  This process of discovery through sketching then better enables the communication of architectural spaces as they are being imagined.

These sketches (Bruce's "Dream Commute" above, Jodie's travel sketch below) demonstrate how much fun the communication of imagination and interpretation through the eyes of the architect can be.