From project planning, design, structure, environment, utilities and construction to a multitude of other diverse factors, the study of architectural design requires the acquisition and collection of a great deal of knowledge and technical skill. Although the education provided in school teaches us something of the content of each of these fields of study, when it comes to learning how to conceptualize architecture, what it is to design, or how to express an architectural work that one has designed, we are often required to go it alone.
This book provides a guide to presentation techniques applicable to all aspects of architecture while introducing know-how concerning final presentation techniques as well as Esquisse. The detailed explanations of the author provide a profound understanding of the meaning of presentation and the opportunity to acquire the most valuable methods and techniques for expressing layout and design. The hints offered here will be beneficial not only for students of architecture but for professional architects as well.