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A Move Into Drawing

A Move Into Drawing Figure 1 Weaving Lines/Looming Narratives: Room Key. 172 ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Sophia Banou Architecture and the Built Environment, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK Sophia Banou sophia.banou@uwe.ac.uk, banous@gmail.com Keywords: architectural drawing, drawing conventions, urban representation, drawing These images are part of are part of the process leading to a large-scale, movement, three-dimensional drawing entitled Weaving Lines/Looming Narratives, temporality, notation exhibited in the form of a site-specific installation at Newcastle University (Figure 2). The project was an experimental survey of an urban site; it examined how architectural drawing conventions might capture the kinetic aspects of architectural and urban spaces. The making of this expanded drawing, and the way the audience engaged with the drawing, together addressed the question of presence in architectural drawing and, by extension, in architectural thinking and making. Volume 7/Issue 2 Rather than cutting through the site by means of a panoptic vision July 2019 pp. 171–175 (which is the primary mode in conventional architectural plans), this survey DOI:10.1080/20507828. sought to capture the site’s various levels of action. Drawing from an 2019.1633504 understanding of the city as an ongoing discourse rather than a finite No potential conflict of script, the project focused on the kinetic http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Architecture and Culture Taylor & Francis

A Move Into Drawing

Architecture and Culture , Volume 7 (2): 5 – May 4, 2019

A Move Into Drawing

Architecture and Culture , Volume 7 (2): 5 – May 4, 2019

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Figure 1 Weaving Lines/Looming Narratives: Room Key. 172 ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Sophia Banou Architecture and the Built Environment, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK Sophia Banou sophia.banou@uwe.ac.uk, banous@gmail.com Keywords: architectural drawing, drawing conventions, urban representation, drawing These images are part of are part of the process leading to a large-scale, movement, three-dimensional drawing entitled Weaving Lines/Looming Narratives, temporality, notation exhibited in the form of a site-specific installation at Newcastle University (Figure 2). The project was an experimental survey of an urban site; it examined how architectural drawing conventions might capture the kinetic aspects of architectural and urban spaces. The making of this expanded drawing, and the way the audience engaged with the drawing, together addressed the question of presence in architectural drawing and, by extension, in architectural thinking and making. Volume 7/Issue 2 Rather than cutting through the site by means of a panoptic vision July 2019 pp. 171–175 (which is the primary mode in conventional architectural plans), this survey DOI:10.1080/20507828. sought to capture the site’s various levels of action. Drawing from an 2019.1633504 understanding of the city as an ongoing discourse rather than a finite No potential conflict of script, the project focused on the kinetic

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Figure 1 Weaving Lines/Looming Narratives: Room Key. 172 ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Sophia Banou Architecture and the Built Environment, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK Sophia Banou sophia.banou@uwe.ac.uk, banous@gmail.com Keywords: architectural drawing, drawing conventions, urban representation, drawing These images are part of are part of the process leading to a large-scale, movement, three-dimensional drawing entitled Weaving Lines/Looming Narratives, temporality, notation exhibited in the form of a site-specific installation at Newcastle University (Figure 2). The project was an experimental survey of an urban site; it examined how architectural drawing conventions might capture the kinetic aspects of architectural and urban spaces. The making of this expanded drawing, and the way the audience engaged with the drawing, together addressed the question of presence in architectural drawing and, by extension, in architectural thinking and making. Volume 7/Issue 2 Rather than cutting through the site by means of a panoptic vision July 2019 pp. 171–175 (which is the primary mode in conventional architectural plans), this survey DOI:10.1080/20507828. sought to capture the site’s various levels of action. Drawing from an 2019.1633504 understanding of the city as an ongoing discourse rather than a finite No potential conflict of script, the project focused on the kinetic

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Architecture and CultureTaylor & Francis

Published: May 4, 2019

Keywords: architectural drawing; drawing conventions; urban representation; drawing movement; temporality; notation

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