3.1. What does drawing and sketching bring to the design process?
Architecture may bring culture and civility to people, say Florian Beigel and Philip Christou in their abstract to this colloquium. In a time were computer generated conception (and not only representation) are taken for granted in architectural design — shortening the time spent in the conception phases of architectural design — the culture and civility that architecture may bring comes from a special attention to the aims and purposes of architecture, to the reflexive approach through tracings, to learning processes of slow rendering of drawings, in short to the “reflection in action” process of design.
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