the architectural work of brandon pass
Hand drawing is something of a lost art form within the profession practice of architecture. Digital renderings are considered the status quo today, so it’s hard to believe that less than a handful of years ago, construction document were the product of thousands of hours of physical manpower. The average office was filled with architects hunched over drafting tables, surrounded by stacks of ashtrays, coffee cups, and layers upon layers of Mylar and trace paper. The buzz of electric erasers hummed constantly, as architects frantically corrected and redrew details mere hours before they were due.