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  • DRAWING ARCHITECTURE STUDIO
  • DRAWING ARCHITECTURE STUDIO
  • DRAWING ARCHITECTURE STUDIO
  • DRAWING ARCHITECTURE STUDIO
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DRAWING ARCHITECTURE STUDIO

THE JOY OF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING

From the Publisher

"Cities need expression rather than design. Cities have their own lives and inner operation logic."

Issue #187 collects some of the most powerful urban representations by Chinese architectural office DRAWING ARCHITECTURE STUDIO.
The subjects of DAS’ drawings are mainly about the urban space and its relationship with the inhabitants in today’s China, especially in Beijing, as DAS finds that the fast transition nowadays in technology and its consequential influence on politics, economy, and culture makes the reality a much more interesting subject to study.

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LOUIS I. KAHN  SALK INSTITUTE LA JOLLA 1959  PHOTO ESSAY BY AGNÈS CLOTIS
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GIO PONTI: A CRITICAL CONSIDERATION BY JOSEPH RYKWERT
JOHANSEN SKOVSTED ARKITEKTER: TIPPERNE BIRD SANCTUARY & PUMP STATIONS PHOTO ESSAY BY ALDO AMORETTI
ALBERTO CAMPO BAEZA GASPAR HOUSE VEJER CÁDIZ
LOUIS I. KAHN THE ARTS UNITED CENTER IN FORT WAYNE 1959  PHOTO ESSAY BY CEMAL EMDEN
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