If this past year taught us anything, it's that social, technological, and historical context is essential to understanding drawing and representation today.
J. Meejin Yoon tells Metropolis how the Italian designer's whimsical book taught her about context, constraints, and imagination.
See the Thesis Projects of Liz Diller, Daniel Libeskind, and Other Cooper Union Grads at New Exhibit
Archive and Artifact: The Virtual and the Physical at the Cooper Union showcases physical drawings, models, and the school's growing digital archive of student work.
Drawing inspiration from iconic architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, many fans of the popular life-simulation game are using it to design virtual worlds.
Robert Irwin: Site Determined, open at the Pratt Institute through November 28th, showcases the artist's rarely-seen drawings and models.
The "post-digital" valorizes the ordinary and renders it to look like the past.
Disappear Here, RIBA's latest show, is an eclectic reimagining of architectural perspective, from drawing convention to world-historical force.
Collage used to be a crucial image-making technology of the mechanical age. But its time has passed, says historian Mario Carpo.
Curated by Jeffrey Kipnis, Drawings’ Conclusions: The Ends of the Line is on view at 59 Franklin Street through March 2, 2018.
The Devil Went Down to Georgian: An Artist Investigates Britain’s 300-Year Architectural Infatuation
In a new drawing show at RIBA, London-based artist Pablo Bronstein reimagines and reorients the ubiquitous Georgian-style building.
Robot House co-founder on how SCI-Arc's six industrial robots are being used to rethink architects' digital tools
The firm's "Geostories" exhibition, which infuses architecture with geographic scales and ecological ideas, is on view at The Cooper Union.
It seems that the most contemporary aspect of Wright’s work is his unique, manually recursive design process.
The recent popularity of architectural collage has led to a lot of cloning and some groaning. But collage is more than an aesthetic—it helps reconceive space in new, often scenographic ways.
The Drawing Show, now at the A+D Architecture and Design Museum in Los Angeles, surveys a broad selection of 2D works—but don't expect any overt representations of buildings.
Storefront for Art & Architecture has placed 30 fantastic drawings—from Tatiana Bilbao, SO-IL, TEN Arquitectos and more—up for online auction.
The founding partners of LTL Architects explain the utility of section drawings and their influence on 21st-century architecture.
The ways architects draw human figures give us insight into their understandings of the human condition.
We see how living patterns are signs of healthy design solutions in this series of articles about the influence of patterns on living structures.
Nathalie Du Pasquier reflects on her beginnings, contemplates Memphis’s enduring legacy, and touches on the blurring of art and design.