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Early conceptual and design development drawings
Part of:
People:
  • James Frazer Stirling (archive creator)
Title:

Early conceptual and design development drawings

Description:

early conceptual and design development drawings, mostly sketch and schematic plans, sections and axonometrics, schedules and maps, some textual records

Form:
drawings
Quantity / Object type:
1 design drawing(s)
Stage and Purpose:
  • design drawings
Technique and media:

Graphtie and ink on translucent paper, reprographic copies, some with ink

Reference number:

AP140.S2.SS1.D82.P52.0SG1

Credit line:
James Stirling/Michael Wilford fonds
Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal
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