Inspired by the recent exhibit at the RISD Museum “Drawing Ambiance: Alvin Boyarsky and the Architectural Association” and the period in architectural history known as “Paper Architecture,” this course operates around this central question: what constitutes architecture (and/or space), and where does it begin and end? Specifically;   -What…

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“The fundamental issue of architecture is: does it affect the spirit or doesn’t it? If it doesn’t affect the spirit, it’s building. If it affects the spirit, it’s architecture. Architecture doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the final form of a built building. A drawing, to me, is a completed piece of…

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Tools for Manual Representation Part of RISD’s wintersession term, this course focused on the tools used by the architect, specifically those related to representation. It began with an introduction to architectural sketching, including techniques and observation skills. Next, the course transitioned to a focus on orthographic projection, the most widely used…

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