PAUL LASEAU, AIA, is Professor of Architecture and Publications Coordinator for the College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. A recipient of the AIA Education Honor Award, he is also a registered architect in New York State.
Graphic Thinking for Architects and Designersby Paul Laseau
Graphic thinking is a term used to describe how architects use tools and methods of drawing and sketching to arrive at a design solution. In architecture, this type of thinking is usually at the conceptual design stages of a project in which thinking and sketching work closely together as stimulants for developing ideas.
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