Architectural Sketching: Eye and Image


The Institute for Architectural Research offers basic educational workshops on the fundamental drawing skills required to see and think as an architect.

Analytic Drawing - develop techniques for analyzing exterior space & form through profile, proportion, and scale.

Emotional Drawing - introduction to perspective and tonal drawing.

Classes are open to all levels of experience; there are no requirements for sketchbooks or pencil supplies; please be prepared with your own material. 

Students are taught one-on-one by experience architectural sketch artists: Michael Sciarrillo, AIA; Scott Aker, AIA; Corey August and Chloe Rice. 

If you would like to buy supplies, the Institute for Architectural Research offers sketching kit with a sketchbook, pencils, erasers; kits are hand delivered at the beginning of each workshop. 

Cost of workshop and kits are free for members of the public with low income, this includes students in middle and high school, or students currently enrolled in a University. Approval of free admissions will be review by the board of directors. 

For inquiries regarding the syllabus, or workshop fee waiver, please contact: admissions@architecturalresearch.org

 

Analytical Drawing     (4.5hrs) $30.00

This workshop session covers the basic technical drawing skills of analyzing the geometry of space through profile, proportion, and scale.

 

Next Class: Sat. May 7 - Columbus Circle, NYC (10:30-3:00pm) 

 Analytic drawing examples by workshop instructor  Michael Sciarrillo, AIA

Analytic drawing examples by workshop instructor Michael Sciarrillo, AIA




Emotional Drawing   (4.5hrs) $30.00

This workshop session covers the basic perspective drawing skill for visualizing space.

 

 

Next Class: TBD

  Emotional drawing examples by workshop instructor  Scott Aker, AIA

Emotional drawing examples by workshop instructor Scott Aker, AIA