Introduction, 1 Renaissance (1500-1650), 2 Baroque, French Classicism and Rococo (1650-1750), 3 Neo-Classical, Neo-Gothic, Beaux-Arts (1750-1870), 4 American Neo-Classicism and the Emergence of the Skyscraper (1870-1920), 5 The Turn of the Century Europe and its Influences, Prelude to Modernism (1870-1910), 6 Early Modern (1910-1940), 7 Modern and Post-Modern (1940-1980), 8 Contemporary (1980-)
? Sketches from prominent architects, drawn from an international selection ? A unique insight into how architects use sketches to develop and transfer complex concepts into physical form, enabling readers to improve the connection between their own ideas and designs ? Reveals the secrets of the most successful sketching techniques used by architects for todays designers
Kendra Schank Smith is an associate professor and chair of Architectural Science at Ryerson University.