This course, structured as a series of 6 related lessons, revisited traditional methods of architectural representation with the goal of recuperating value in our discipline’s core craft: drawing. Each lesson tasked students with combining, juxtaposing and editing source material borrowed from architecture’s past while remaining conscious of the constraints of historical drawing conventions.
Preston Scott Cohen, principal of Preston Scott Cohen, Inc. and the Gerald M. McCue Professor of Architecture at Harvard’s GSD, lectures on “Attenuation” at the New Jersey Institute of Technology College of Architecture and Design.
preston scott COHEN
5.30 pm / Weston Lecture Hall 1
New Jersey Institute of Technology CoAD
Newark, New Jersey 07102