Sketching As Visual Dialogue.pdf(2016)
Sketching is one of the earliest known forms of communication. It’s a record of thoughts, ideas and visions. It may sound simple, but it’s actually quite complex, because the expression of sketching varies according to an individual’s personal style, visual thinking and imagination, and is also related to one’s context and culture. Sketching is a form of auto-reflection that encourages the mirroring of events that may not be noticed by the conscious mind, and daydreams that occur frequently in different working and life settings. For architects, these sketches can reveal the desire for a different and more intimate relationship between the architect and his/her own work.
- Creative thinking
Publication DateSummer 2016
PublisherBowling Green State University
Citation InformationAndreas Luescher. Sketching As Visual Dialogue.pdf. Bowling GreenVol. 1 (2016) p. 1 - 16
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/andreas_luescher/15/