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THE WORKING DRAWING. The Architect's Tool | Annette Spiro, David Ganzoni | 9783906027319

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THE WORKING DRAWING

The Architect's Tool

Auteur:Annette Spiro, David Ganzoni

Uitgever:PARK BOOKS

ISBN: 978-3-906027-31-9

  • Hardcover
  • Engels
  • 328 pagina's
  • 18 nov. 2013

WINNER OF THE DAM ARCHITECTURAL BOOK AWARD 2014

THE WORKING DRAWING. The Architect's Tool is the first comprehensive book on a rarely published architectural topic: the architectural working drawing.

Large-size working drawings are an elementary means in the architectural process and the actual construction of a building. Yet very little has been written and published about the architect’s quintessential tool. This new book aims to close this gap. It draws on a vast collection of working drawings from many centuries held by the Department of Architecture at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich). The collection, put together and categorized under the direction of Annette Spiro, comprises plans for a wide range of architectural tasks and features manifold representational techniques.

The book 'THE WORKING DRAWING. The Architect's Tool' presents around 100 of the collection’s highlights from five centuries, arranged by category for direct comparison. All plans are depicted entirely in color on large-size spreads and fold-outs. Full catalog details and a detail in true size are provided for each drawing.

WINNER OF THE DAM ARCHITECTURAL BOOK AWARD 2014

THE WORKING DRAWING. The Architect's Tool is the first comprehensive book on a rarely published architectural topic: the architectural working drawing.

Large-size working drawings are an elementary means in the architectural process and the actual construction of a building. Yet very little has been written and published about the architect’s quintessential tool. This new book aims to close this gap. It draws on a vast collection of working drawings from many centuries held by the Department of Architecture at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich). The collection, put together and categorized under the direction of Annette Spiro, comprises plans for a wide range of architectural tasks and features manifold representational techniques.

The book 'THE WORKING DRAWING. The Architect's Tool' presents around 100 of the collection’s highlights from five centuries, arranged by category for direct comparison. All plans are depicted entirely in color on large-size spreads and fold-outs. Full catalog details and a detail in true size are provided for each drawing.

Mario Carpo, Hermann Czech, Tom Emerson, Philipp Esch, David Ganzoni, Uta Hassler & Daniel Stockhammer, Ákos Moravánszky, Urs Primas, Kornel Ringli, Stephan Rutishauser, Jonathan Sergison, and Philip Ursprung contribute essays on various aspects of the topic.

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