The Architect’s Sketchbook: Current Practice

Publication, February 1992

Sketchbooks represent one of the many artifactual types among sources for the study of architecture. Such documents bring us nearer to the thought process that has informed a design or governed the ideas behind it. This publication includes examples of sketchbooks from ten contemporary architects, including Aldo Rossi and Frank Gehry.

Carol McMichael Reese
Graphic design by Glenn Goluska

Bilingual English-French edition
Softcover, 31 pages

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