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Why Architects Draw

Why Architects Draw

$41.00

 For nearly twenty years Edward Robbins, an anthropologist, has been studying and writing about the system of architectural education and practice in the United States and abroad. In this book he examines the social uses of architectural drawing: how drawing acts to direct both the conception and the production of architecture; how it helps architects set an agenda, define what is important about a design, and communicate with their colleagues and clients; and how it embodies claims about the architect's role, status, and authority.

  •  Paperback | 328 pages
  •  280 x 285 x 25mm | 1,021g
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  •  MIT Press
  •  Cambridge, Mass., United States
  •  English
  •  New edition
  •  New edition
  •  140
  •  026268098X
  •  9780262680981


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