Artists have always relied on their sketchbooks. This was true for artists working within a fine art tradition and is just as true today in the age of Macs, digital cameras and computer-generated imagery. This new line of sketchbooks addresses the needs of contemporary practitioners: illustrators, designers, art directors, fashion designers, filmmakers and anyone within the creative industries. Helpful and user-friendly, these sketchbooks tread that fine line between giving users practical tools and information while not interfering with their creative freedom. They are also made entirely out of eco-friendly materials.
This Architecture sketchbook includes 120 blank pages, gridded pages and printed scale rulers (both metric and imperial), plus 16 pages of useful information on architectural styles, drawing types, circulation, room layouts, furniture and fittings, structural elements and sustainability.
About the Author
Phineas Harper is an architectural writer and designer. He is Assistant Editor of The Architectural Review and has contributed to other journals including The Architects Journal in London, Uncube Magazine in Berlin and ArchDaily in Santiago. He studied architecture at The Welsh School of Architecture.