ArchDaily is continuing a six-year-long tradition of celebrating the best architecture drawings of the year. The 2020 edition highlights a carefully-curated collection of architectural drawings and visualizations with a wide variety of techniques and representations, all orientated towards a common goal of sharing ideas, visions, and designs.
The list has been assembled by members of ArchDaily's Content Team who have been privileged to have a front-row seat as readers, architects, and designers across the world share their finest work with us. The selected drawings have become not only a valuable tool for the dissemination of architectural inspiration and knowledge but also a demonstration of the symbiotic relationship between perceived contrasts: old craft and new technologies, two dimensional and three dimensional, narrative and analytical, fictional and practical.
The 59 drawings, collages, sketches, diagrams, and axonometric have been curated and categorized below for your enjoyment and inspiration.
Architectural Diagrams & Axonometric
Explore the best drawings of 2020 in this MyArchDaily folder. You can also compare this year’s best drawings selection with that of previous years:
- Best Drawings of 2019
- Best Drawings of 2018
- Best Drawings of 2017
- Best Drawings of 2016
- Best Drawings of 2015
The Best Drawings of 2020 were selected by members of the ArchDaily's Content Team: Hana Abdel, Fabián Dejtiar, María Francisca González, Clara Ott, Matheus Pereira, Paula Pintos, Han Shuang, Eduardo Souza, Antonia Piñeiro, and Nicolas Valencia.
This article is part of the ArchDaily Topic: 2020 In Review. Every month we explore a topic in-depth through articles, interviews, news, and projects. Learn more about our monthly topics. As always, at ArchDaily we welcome the contributions of our readers; if you want to submit an article or project, contact us.