Norway based architecture studio Vardehaugen has created a series of life-sized project drawings in its own backyard. Inspired by the idea that the "bodily sensation of scale, or the notion of simply walking through a room, cannot be experienced through traditional 3D visualizations or scaled models," the 1:1 models allow for better understandings of dimensions and spatial sequences, even before the projects are built.
Through the full-sized drawings, the architectural ability to visualize the unbuilt can be strengthened, while helping with the communication of concepts and solutions.
Learn more about Vardehaugen on their Instagram, or later next month on their new website.
News via Vardehaugen.