The Form in Architecture
Since always the drawing, as intention to organize, to plan, to imagine, became the only working tool for the architect. Planned cities, planned turned columns, or even harder, smooth, rounded, almost perfect and cylindrical but even to get a perspective effect to the naked eye and human scale, was polishing, carving what we thought was the shape, proportion, the exact size.
Utopia, led to the extreme, if drawing the imppossible, in order to test the creativity and with this, force the physical response and technically possible to realize these dreams, this imagination. The drawing then is and has always been our greatest weapon to discover limitless and without the rigor of a measure, the creative act and with it the proposal, the form, the object to create.
The drawing thus become, together with all the computer technology we can help, the only way of dreaming, prior to materialize what we want. It is imperative to maintain this capability representation, mastery over for three-dimensionality without the two-dimensional graphical representation dominate the creative act and with this the consequent reduction of the quality produced.
Let us call drawing as a way to represent the space, use all means at our disposal, virtual, simulated technically perfect because designed to use this tool, but always for the sake of quality, to the care of the drawing and the representation rules always presents in the professional architecture exercise...