Charles Barry

... of HMS Satellite, 13 July 1818 – 15 July 1818. Pencil on paper, 470 × 590 mm. Barry made this drawing at the invitation of David Baillie, an English gentleman of means who was travelling on board HMS Satellite. As Barry recorded in his journal: ‘went on board every afternoon ...

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Gilles-Marie Oppenord

... the same effect in execution'. Their inevitable destiny was, however, among 'amateurs of bizarre and contorted forms, those that plunged France into Barbary'. [6] – David Pullins This text is adapted from David Pullins, 'Architecture & Design' in Drawing: The Invention of a Modern Medium, Ewa Lajer-Burcharth and Elizabeth M. ...

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Bruce Goff

... of the American west – recalling the great 'aparture' from the ocean that is the first great tale in the story of our human ancestry.As David DeLong has noted, the provocation lies entirely in the form and materials, the actual living plan being close to modernist orthodoxy. And some of ...

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Marie-José Van Hee

... intuitively by drawing, by concentrating on it through drawing. That can’t happen just by thinking.’– Helen ThomasArchitecture Today Two houses in Opwijk and Zuidzande, by David Grandorge WE SUGGEST On the exhibition in which Marie Jose van Hee's sketches were included, Opening Lines: Sketchbooks of Ten Modern Architects; on the ...

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Mario Sironi

... a preoccupation with the two founding elements of geometry and therefore of architecture. In retrospect, might we see politics as a mere pretext for making?– David Vanderburgh WE SUGGEST On another of Mussolini's architects Vittorio Morpurgo and the Tomb of Augustus in the Spring of 1935, John David Rhodes; and ...

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James Wines

... Haven, Connecticut, 1977. Pen and ink on paper, 348 × 432 mm. This drawing depicts a site-specific public art project, commissioned by the retail developer David Burmant, which entombed twenty junked cars under a layer of asphalt in a suburban shopping plaza. James Wines was interested in upending expectations about ...

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Marie–José Van Hee

... have been visible in Paul's mind before a line was committed to paper."To read about the Zuidzande House, see the essay in Architecture Today by David Grandorge, Two houses in Opwijk and Zuidzande Design sketch for Zuidzande House, Netherlands, 2007 © Marie-José Van Hee Black Drawing: plan and perspective, 2007 ...

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Hugh Strange Architects

... Strange Architects, Plywood model of Drawing Matter Archive, Somerset, 2012. Image © Hugh Strange Architects Hugh Strange Architects, Drawing Matter Archive, Somerset, 2014. Image © David Grandorge The two types of working merged when I started sketching in pencil and felt tip over the photographs of the models, sometimes on ...

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Behind the Lines 1

... typing pool and a personal secretary. What could be smarter that those? And there is a man looking very admiringly at them – a suave David Niven type, not like that scruffy Harbottle. She pulls out a couple of pages. Perhaps old Savidge wants some men too. She finds a ...

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David Kohn Architects

David Kohn Architects ← Drawings of the Week ← SETS ← Drawing Matter Home Drawings Publications Events About Contributors Artists & Makers Mailing List Search Drawing MatterSETSDrawings of the Week 14 Apr 2018 David Kohn ArchitectsGateway to Hounslow David Kohn (*1972), Hounslow Pavilion, 2013. Pen and ink and colour pencil ...

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