Draw Me a House / Thibaud Herem

Draw Me a House is an interactive colouring book for children, budding architects and anyone interested in the built environment. Come on a journey across time and around the world. Color in, think about it , doodle and engage  with architectural elements from Malian houses to New York skycrapers. Draw a new top on the Chrysler building, design a deluxe doghouse, color in a gargoyle and fix up the Parthenon.

is a french illustrator. Clients of his Illustrative work have included Anya Hindmarch, Corriere Della Sera and Zone Digital Agency. Thibaud has explored his personal love for architecture in a series of  incredible detailed architectural illustrations, which have been produced as prints by East of Mayfair Gallery and Capital Prints.

Publisher: Cicada Books Limited
ISBN: 978-09-56205-37-7
Format: 21 x 28 cm
Pages: 208 pages
Language: English
Category: Children /Architecture 

Cite: Hernandez, Diego. "Draw Me a House / Thibaud Herem" 14 Aug 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 29 Aug 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=262938>

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    When did you first know that you wanted to become an architect and why?

    When i was very young, my dad, for all the christmas told me to pick the toys that i wanted for that christmas and i always asked for architectural toys, i think there began my idea of being an architect. When i graduated from high school i had the option to be three things, an architect, a lawyer or psychologist but the last two did not convince me because as a child i never played to be more than an architect.

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