Chris Macdonald and Peter Salter ICI Trade Pavilion, at the Royal Agricultural Showground, Stoneleigh, England, 1983

images and text below from Lebbeus Woods blog

“Once upon a time, before computers came to be the pre-eminent architectural design tool, architects made drawings by hand. Instead of leaving it up to the computer’s software to make and assemble the lines defining contours and edges of forms, architects would draw line by line, gradually building up the drawing.”

and even if you do use the computer today, it is important to remember that you are drawing the building, and not the computer…

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