Descriptive Oblique Drawing

Oblique projection in the depiction of site and surrounding context.

Kyle Steinfeld

A oblique drawings are valuable in their ability to express spatial information across a range of scales. The oblique projection allows us to expand the field of drawing to include contextual elements easily, and without the need for additional three-dimensional modeling.

Chenyu Huang, 2018

Haoyu Wang, 2018

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Suede 36
Leuven - Philipspark playground

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MOS Architects

MOS Architects, "Lot No. 6" - 2008. Proposal for Ordos 100, Inner Mongolia.

MOS Architects, House No. 11

MOS Architects, Hawaii Presidential Center

MOS Architects, Nepal Community Center

MOS Architects, Corridor House

MOS Architects, Element House

MOS Architects, Floating House

MOS Architects, Housing and Art Foundation

James Stirling

Olivetti Training Centre, Haslemere, England
James Stirling, 1969

Axonometric for History Faculty Building, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England
James Stirling, 1963

Churchill College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England
James Stirling, 1958

Florey Building, Queen's College, University of Oxford, Oxford, England
James Stirling, 1970

Nordrhein-Westfalen Museum, Dusseldorf, Germany
James Stirling, 1975

Nordrhein-Westfalen Museum, Dusseldorf, Germany
James Stirling, 1975

Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart, Germany: Worm's-eye axonometric
James Stirling, 1977

Florey Building, Queen's College, University of Oxford, Oxford, England
James Stirling, 1970

Main Entrance Foyer of the Arts and Administration Building, Sheffield University, Sheffield, England
James Stirling, 1970

Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart, Germany: Worm's-eye axonometric
James Stirling, 1977

Cut away oblique, house in Mill Hill, London, England
James Stirling, 1955