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A while ago I was researching material on the internet for a project about representation in architecture, so I started reviewing the websites of different architecture offices. Several passed quickly, without much notice, however, I found some that kept me completely immersed. I explored and appreciated the sensibilities of their authors, whose penchant for drawings and freehand sketches I hadn’t previously known. Within those libraries of mental excursions, I discovered Alberto Campo Baeza’s drawing library; I loved it so much that I decided to share it with you.  More than 100 drawings, organized in a grid system, are perfectly identified with the essential information: the year and place of execution. Through different strokes and colors, the collection discloses the architect’s projects and design processes, spaces and places. View more View full description
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