MEDIA: ink or graphite on paper (+/- 1 hour each, on-site when possible)
"Architecture cannot divorce itself from drawing. Drawings express the interaction of our mind, eyes, and hands. The referential sketch serves as a visual diary, a record of an architect's discovery. It's not likely to represent 'reality', but rather to capture an idea. These sketches are thus inherently fragmentary and selective. When I draw something, I remember it. The drawing is a reminder of the idea that caused me to record it in the first place. That visceral connection, that thought process, cannot be replicated by a computer."
// Michael Graves (Graves & Associates)