Architecture sketchbook

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We love teaching our students various note taking strategies throughout the year. We even have some awesome graphic organizers that we sell on all the different types of note taking that we teach.

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Irene Joseline
France Paris - Louvre Museum - The Pyramid. European Heritage Architectural Drawings. Click the image to see more of Oğuzhan Çengel's work. Architecture Journal, Kunstjournal Inspiration, Sketchbook Layout, Gcse Art Sketchbook, Travel Sketchbook, Architecture Sketchbook, Architecture Drawing Art, Bullet Journal Art, Journal Aesthetic

Hand drawn and written pages, that could be used as a book of architectural buildings. The entire thing is so beautiful and neat, that I can see it being printed and used as the beginning or an encyclopedia of Heritage buildings, around Europe and eventually, around the world. The Turkish Artist and Architect, that created these lovely urban illustrations is Oğuzhan Çengel. Make sure you press the images to enlarge them, (not the first one), so that you don't miss any of the wonderful…

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Antonia Ruffini
Notes from the National Portrait Gallery in D.C. The most interesting thing that happened to me while sketching in D.C. was a spontaneous interview by a product design student. The student's uncle filmed the exchange on his phone, we shook hands and they were off again. It was more amusing than strange, but still a little strange. Elegant Drawings, Voyage Sketchbook, Sketchbook Architecture, Kunstjournal Inspiration, Architecture Drawing Presentation, Architecture Drawing Sketchbooks, Architecture Drawing Plan, Interior Architecture Drawing, Travel Sketchbook

Notes from the National Portrait Gallery in D.C. The most interesting thing that happened to me while sketching in D.C. was a spontaneous interview by a product design student. The student's uncle filmed the exchange on his phone, we shook hands and they were off again. It was more amusing than strange, but still a little strange.

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Bernard Berari