Architectural Drawing Workshop


Lectii de Desen Rome Workshop

February 10-11-12, 2017
Hours 09:00 – 17:00
Rome, Italy

10708564_802528169808788_8781297865818229854_oThe course is constructed as a comprehensive starter pack for people interested in drawing from life as an architect. This implies a good understanding of perspective and three-dimensional geometry combined with a relaxed sketch-like quality of rendering. The attendees will be taught in an Academic Manner principles and methods of perspective drawing, different rendering methods, from simple to more advanced ones, as well as a basic understanding of shadow projection


The Teacher is Andrei Raducanu from Bucarest an architect that 12658018_1158387087512662_1358973723298094292_oteaches at the Romanian National University of Arts;  He is graduated from “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urbanism in 2010, I underwent a year of scholarship at the Dessau Institute of Architecture and a PhD in Politehnica University of Bucharest.

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Teaching Program:

Day 1:
The base of all good architectural drawings is a correct structure, therefore the first day will focus on understanding perspective projection and methods that help building the structure of the drawing (show picture of structure-only drawings with the staircase and the rocking chair);

Day 2:
In order to complete a drawing, different methods of hatching as well as composition principles are explained.

Day 3:
In order to help attendees draw objects from imagination as well, additional geometric principles are explained regarding shadowing and perspective so that three-dimensional geometry can be drawn from different angles without necessarily perceiving the objects in real life.

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  • Pencil
  • Sketchbook A3

Materials are not included in the Price.

Number of participants:

The course is limited and a minimum number of 5 participants up to a maximum of 15.
The points summarized in this program are indicative and may vary from time to time depending on the speed of learning of the students and the time available.