Author(s): Robert Philip Gordon
Since the appearance of simplified 3D sketching programs like SketchUp, architects and interior designers have been called on to use both freehand and 3D CAD drawings, often at very earliest stages of design. Since we must often go back and forth between analytical plan views and 3D visual views, it's important that this be a seamless process, requiring little disruptive action or break in the workflow. Integrated Drawing Techniques closes the gap between creativity and geometry, teaching beginner architects and interior designers how to design their residential interiors using freehand sketching and computer-aided design simultaneously. From concept planning to 3D rendering, this book is a comprehensive guide to designing residences by hand and computer.
The first drafting book to teach interior design and architecture students how to design their residential interiors using freehand sketching and computer-aided drawing simultaneously.
Robert Philip Gordon is an adjunct professor of interior design at Columbia College Chicago, United States.
Preface Part I: Freehand Drawing and Rendering: Tools, Materials, and Techniques Chapter 1: Freehand Drawing: Pencil and Pen Chapter 2: Color Drawing and Rendering: Working with Mixed Color Media Chapter 3: Perspective Part II: Digital Rendering Chapter 4: SketchUp Techniques Chapter 5: Photoshop Techniques Chapter 6: Mixed Media: Integrating Techniques Part III: Residential Design with Integrated Media Chapter 7: The Foyer: Eentering the Home and Connecting the Elements Chapter 8: The Great Room Chapter 9: The Kitchen Chapter 10: The Bathroom Chapter 11: The Bedroom and Study Chapter 12: Single-Family Homes Chapter 13: Multfamily Residential Design Part IV: Site and Landscape Context: Cmmunity, Residential, and Commerce Chapter 14: The Site and Landscape Chapter 15: Placing Buildings in the Environment