“Architecture and the Lost Art of Drawing” – by Michael Graves

In Michael Graves’s article “Architecture and the Lost Art of Drawing,” it seems that he being an architect can see the change in modern day architecture. Graves mentions how there was a time where an architect would draw up a design for a project by hand but now it appears technology is taking that away. In his article Graves also points out the difference in hand made drawings and computerized ones in that doing a hand drawing can show a person your intentions in a plan whereas, a computerized program wouldn’t as much do such a good job at that. Seeing from the same viewpoint Graves is reaching from, I myself also believe that even though architects do use computer programming to shape up designs there still should be time and room left for the creative mind to come up with hand made drawings.

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