Plan and Section Drawing
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The Second Edition of this classic, comprehensive guide to plan and section drawing has been completely updated to serve the needs of today's architects and landscape architects. Sweeping stylistic and technical advances made since its original publication fifteen years ago are added to this new edition, which also includes new chapters on process and computer graphics.
Great Book For Arch. students . although i am a newly graduated architect i found this book very useful in the field of arch. presentation and drawing as it learns you how to draw plans and section in an effective and easy way , it concentrates on pencil drawing more than colors as it is the baisc drawing machine in addition to some colored examples , Very recommended for new arch. students .. "Not worth the price" according to Jessica A. Martinache. I bought and returned this book because I read positive reviews. I am a landscape designer, and have been one for many years, but I do all my drawing in CAD (on the computer). I was looking for something to help with hand drawing, especially perspectives. This is definitely a book for beginners. And even for beginners, I think it is pretty expensive.. Five Stars Very good.
From Library Journal When the first edition of this book came out 15 years ago, it became a standard source in the field. of Michigan) has incorporated the vast changes in style and technical advances since the original publication. He expands chapters on process, technique, and graphic reproduction and adds new case studies of landscape and land planning projects. . In this second, completely revised edition, Wang (landscape architecture and regional planning, Univ. This is an important volume in a quickly changing field.Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc