It is hard to overstate the importance of drawing for architectural practice. Ever since antiquity, architects have relied on drawings to conceptualise ideas, provide instructions for workers, and construct their ideas into architecture. The specific practices of drawing have changed over time, however, adapting to changing technologies. In doing so they have altered the production of architecture. This issue of OASE looks at architectural drawings as dynamic processes that shape architectural thinking.
128 pages, 17 x 24 cm, softcover, Nai010 (Rotterdam).