By Guillermo Fernandez-Abascal, Kate Finning, Urzi Grau and Anna Tonkin. When we think of how architecture is practised, we tend to think of sketches and diagrams, plans and physical models. However, these represent only a small portion of the full story. Architectural production today encompasses myriad documents that defy the traditional conventions of the profession. This title examines 33 artefacts involved in the design and construction of contemporary architecture.
The book’s definition of architectural documents is expansive, encompassing not just working drawings, but correspondence, contracts, mock-ups and 1:1 models, journalism, photography, and other formats that address the unique processes of contemporary architectural production.
106 pages, 24 x 17 cm, softcover, Uro Publications (Melbourne).