Hartness publishes on “Hybrid Drawing”

Andrew Hartness (Critic, Landscape Architecture) published two invited essays about representation techniques practiced through RISD’s hybrid drawing curriculum in the book Representing Landscapes: Digital. The essays,¬†“Reinforcement through Opposition: Metrics and Emotion in Project Visualization” and “Alternative Revelations of Sections: Origins of the subjective section,”¬†showcase methods used in advanced representation (“hybrid drawing”) to explain complex spatial design.


Andrew Hartness, Architecture, data, digital, hybrid drawing, landscape, Landscape Architecture, mixed-media, RISD students, visualization

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