Architectural Diagrams: Construction and Design Manual
Rem Koolhaas may have carried diagramming out to perfection, but the next generation of international stars is refining it even more, giving us the unconventional presentation of designs and ideas in the form of diagrams. This method of presentation is easy to understand when dealing with the client and can be communicated internationally, beyond language and cultural barriers – a product of our globalized world. However, diagrams are now much more than explanations and form their own discipline in creative professions connected to design and construction. What looks simple is in fact a complex matter. This title in the series Construction and Design Manual is in its second edition and assembles 384 pages of diagrams by avant-garde architects and designers who specialize in public space, landscape architecture and urban planning.
By Miyoung Pyo
DOM Publishers, 2015
Hardcover, 550 pages
11.1 x 9.1 x 1.6 inches
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