Composite Drawing: Techniques for Architectural Design Presentation

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McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Architecture - 197 pages
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More and more architects, interior designers, and landscape architects are turning to composite drawings as the preferred method for creating information-rich presentations. When well executed, composite drawings have an unsurpassed ability to convey the total concept of a project - usually by grouping several drawing types and graphic styles at once. The trick is knowing when to use composite drawings, which elements to combine, and how to combine them in ways that are cohesive, illuminating, and clear. This book will not just tell you - it will show you! Filled with exquisite graphics, including many four-color images, and featuring extensive coverage of current reprographic techniques and equipment, this book provides you with all the information and guidance you need to produce composite drawings that are as fine as any being done today!

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Uddin is associate professor of architecture at Southern University.

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