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The Space Between Drawing and Building: Architecture’s ambiguous and illusory void

Part 2 Dissertation 2016
Noah Carter
University of Kent Canterbury UK
There exists a void between the drawings that an architect produces and the buildings of which they are a representation. This dissertation follows the evolution, and fluctuation, of this void – across which the architect’s drawings must be translated - from the fifteenth-century through to the contemporary digitalisation of architecture, in order to illustrate the possibilities afforded to the architect by an appreciation of the unlikeness of drawing and building.
Noah Carter

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Chloe Street Tarbatt
2016
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