Most of you already know that Show It Better is an educational platform where we educate architects on architecture representation methods. Of course, as humans, we tend to like some things more than others. But, if we are just using only one representation method, how are we going to describe different projects with the same representation technique?
We have some examples of the different architectural representation styles you can start using in your next projects. Also, on our YouTube channel, we have tutorials on these different styles.
CAD blocks are usually used to create repeated content, like drawing symbols, common components, and standard details. Atelier Bow Wow, has this particular way of architectural representation and is drawing with CAD blocks.
There are so many good artists out there that show their work with everyday objects and just make you feel submerged in the project. Digital collage is another way of architectural representation where you can mix different styles to show your project. Where you can mix real images, with illustrations, cutouts, etc.
We of course have a premium course on Digital Collage, where you can learn the basics. Enroll here.
So which is your go-to representation style? Have you tried all of these?