Architect: Kate Macintosh

Room at the Top?: Kate Macintosh, Denise Scott Brown and the kingmaker-critic

Room at the Top?: Kate Macintosh, Denise Scott Brown and the kingmaker-critic

By Emily Dan

All creative disciplines rely on the mythologies of heroes: intellectual bigwigs who shape a profession’s academic and visual frameworks. A lengthy period of university study gives plenty of time for architecture students to ruminate on which white, male ‘guru’ to call their own — Corb, Aalto, Rossi, Scarpa? Drawings are… Read More

Drawing Powers 2: the object in the drawing

Drawing Powers 2: the object in the drawing

By Fernando Poeiras

This text is the second in a series of five in which Fernando Poeiras (ESAD.CR/LIDA), explores the different powers of drawing within architectural design projects. Each text is illustrated with examples from the Drawing Matter Collection. Find the introduction to the series here. First, I consider drawing as an adequate medium… Read More