Freehand drawing in teaching history of architecture
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Apart from learning experience and reinforcement of knowledge required to pass tests and exams, the sketchbook enhances students’ understanding of architectural forms and helps them develop the ability of conveying complicated historical spatial and urban facilities. Despite the common use of computers in the profession of an architect, this form of improving drawing skills is invaluable and fully justified. The maintaining of a sketchbook builds up students’ skills and teaches them how to freely express themselves while conveying their objectives, ideas and designs.
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