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Architecture in Perspective 28

2013/01/14, by , under Competition, drawing, Events, Exhibits, marketing, visualization

Image credit: J. R. Miller & T. L. Pflueger, Architects, Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co. Building,1924 / charcoal and graphite on paper;32 1/2 in. x 20 in. (82.55 cm x 50.8 cm); / San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Purchase through a gift of Robin Gates;[/caption] DEADLINE Friday, February 1, 2013 The Ameri / Read More

2012 Ken Roberts Results

2012/11/21, by , under AIA, blog, Competition, drawing, Events, Exhibits, visualization

The Ken Roberts competition is the most senior architectural drawing competition currently in operation anywhere in the world. This years winners and finalists are worth looking at and the competion is something that should be on every visualization artists yearly todo list. The competition is open to all architecture students, professio / Read More

ASAI Baltimore Conference 2012

2012/09/14, by , under blog, Business, drawing, Events, Exhibits, seminar, visualization

[caption id="attachment_1452" align="alignnone" width="250"] Bromo Seltzer Tower[/caption] The American Society of Architectural Illustrators is hosting their annual conference in Baltimore, October 17 - 21, 2012.  This conference is one of the few visualization conferences and always a great one to attend. Allowing attendees to be abl / Read More

THE 38th ANNUAL KEN ROBERTS MEMORIAL DELINEATION COMPETITION

2012/08/31, by , under AIA, Competition, drawing, Events, Exhibits, marketing, promotion, submital, visualization

[caption id="attachment_1426" align="alignnone" width="300"] Best in Show 2011 Kevin Scott[/caption] The Ken Roberts the most senior architectural drawing competition currently in operation anywhere in the world. Although this statement would hint on old and tired, just a look at last years winners and the list of this years jurors shows / Read More

AROUND DOWNTOWN ‐ PROVIDENCE, R.I.

2012/08/20, by , under AIA, blog, drawing, Events, visualization

[caption id="attachment_1383" align="alignnone" width="244"] Vizcaya Venetian Barge, MiamiFrank Costantino[/caption] While I have been posting and commenting on some of the more exotic destinations to do some continuing education work there are some events in some beautiful cities that might be easier to travel to (at least for the USA / Read More

The Architecture of Light

2012/07/10, by , under blog, drawing, Events, seminar, visualization

For any professional, taking continuing education workshops can be a hard thing to justify. From my experience, it can also be an amazing experience that is both instantly rewarding and brings long time benefits to your professional experience. One way to justify the time is to combine business with pleasure and take the workshop at a be / Read More

Cocktail Napkin Sketch Contest 2012

2012/04/28, by , under blog, Competition, drawing, Events, Exhibits, visualization

For the third year, Architectural Record is holding this great contest! Cocktail Napkin Sketch Contest 2012 [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="Zeljko Toncic, Antonio Gaudi’s Casa Milà"][/caption] If you are a licensed architect or related professional who practices in the United States, you can enter this rema / Read More

San Francisco AIA Seminar Series

2012/03/07, by , under blog, drawing, Events, Exhibits, models, seminar, visualization

In conjunction with the Presenting Architecture Exhibition, the American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter and the Center for Architecture + Design is also hosting Presenting Architecture's first seminar series.  This series will give attendees a great insight to the world of how architecture gets presented from some of the / Read More

Watercolor Workshops with Michael Reardon AWS, NWS

2012/01/30, by , under blog, Events, seminar

Michael Reardon is an award-winning watercolorist based in Oakland, California. An avid traveller, he is inspired to create by landscapes and architecture from around the world. Using his extensive background in architecture and illustration he composes convincing and evocative watercolors, both in plein air and studio painting. He i / Read More

Presenting Architecture @ AIASF & Center for Architecture + Design

2012/01/25, by , under AIA, blog, drawing, Events, Exhibits, marketing, models, photography, promotion, seminar, visualization

[caption id="attachment_938" align="alignleft" width="176" caption="Hallidie photo Keith Baker"][/caption] Presenting Architecture announces it's first exhibition and seminar series!  Hosted by the American Institute of Architects San Francisco Chapter and The Center for Architecture + Design and curated by Robert Becker this event / Read More

Thomas W Schaller – The Architecture of Light

2012/01/23, by , under blog, Events, seminar

Tom Schaller has long been considered one of the foremost architectural artists in the world. In the field, he has won every major award for his artwork - including being a two-time recipient of the Hugh Ferriss Memorial Prize. He has authored two books ; the best-selling, and AIA award of merit winner, Architecture in Watercolor, and / Read More

Architectural Drawing: How to Sketch Like an Architect (Part 2)

2012/01/20, by , under blog, drawing, seminar, visualization

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="400" caption="Sketching Architecture with Joel Berman"][/caption] Check out this Chicago Architectural Foundation continuing education class. Architectural Drawing: How to Sketch Like an Architect (Part 2) Wednesdays, February 1 – March 7 (six class sessions), 6–8:15pm Chicago arguably has th / Read More

Architecture in Perspective 27

2012/01/11, by , under blog, Competition, drawing, Events, Exhibits, marketing, submital, visualization

The American Society of Architectural Illustrators announces the Call For Entries for Architecture in Perspective 27.   This exhibit which in my opinion was responsible for the advancement of architectural illustration (now visualization). Before the internet, this annual juried international exhibit and accompanying catalogue was the o / Read More

Unbuilt Washington exhibition at the National Building Museum

2012/01/09, by , under AIA, blog, drawing, Events, Exhibits, models

This is the first of what I hope are many Presenting Architecture Blog posts whose idea and or concept was forwarded to me by a Presenting Architecture member.  A huge thanks for this goes to architectural artist and author Tom Schaller who is a great friend and early member of Presenting Architecture.  Tom's work can be seen in many pl / Read More

2011 Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition awards recipients

2011/12/08, by , under blog, Competition, drawing, Events, Exhibits, visualization

Congratulations to the 2011 Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition awards recipients: Best in Show KEVIN SCOTT  |  RÖLLERHAUS PICTUREWORKS & DESIGN CO. PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL/MIXED Best in Show - Digital/Mixed  KEVIN HIRTH  |  HARVARD GSD STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED Best in Category - Professional Hand TOM LEYTHAM | / Read More

BeLoose Graphic Workshops

2011/08/22, by , under drawing, Events, seminar

The BeLoose Graphic Workshops are going overseas for numerous seminars in the next few months.  Presenting Architecture has numerous members in New Zealand, Australia and China andwould like for our members to help spread the word and attend if possible. 2 Day in Christchurch New Zealand-An intensive 2 day workshop that will cover dra / Read More

RGI AND NFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING COMPETITION 2011

2011/03/31, by , under Competition

Illustration by Anna Gibb Presenting Architecture will look for this event next year, to bad I missed this but the site is new.  This competition was for hand drawn work only as a counter to the onslaught of digital work in architecture. See for yourself the competition info on the Royal Glasgow Institute web site:  http://www.royalgl / Read More