Posted By HandToCAD on May 18, 2020
5 Design Principles For Architectural CAD Drafting
The Hand to CAD Architectural CAD Drafting Services constantly strive to create path-breaking, splendid buildings for the present and the future. Architecture, as we all know, is a creative profession and creativity knows no bounds; yet there are certain principles that may help ">Architectural CAD drafting boost their creativity and produce even better buildings. We will discuss some of these principles that have been used by architects around the world to create breathtaking structures.
- Don’t underestimate technology:
Many professionals consider technology secondary to creativity. It just helps you convert your imagination into a solid structure according to them. Yet technology can actually help ">Architectural CAD drafting
with their imagination to conceptualize better buildings. If architects in the 19th
century did not understand the potential of steel, they wouldn’t have moved over to steel structures from stone and brick masonry. The results are evident in the form of breathtaking structures like Crystal Palace and Eiffel Tower. Without computer software, we wouldn’t be able to create complex systems like bundle-tube system that go a long way in producing the modern high-rise structures.
Creativity and innovation go hand in hand. Who says you have to stick to the traditional or the current trend, make your own trend. If architects stuck with the old, you wouldn’t be seeing so many skyscrapers today. Again, some bold architects have now broken the rule once more and created horizontal skyscrapers instead of the traditional vertical ones.
Don’t be too rational:
Yes, architecture is a rational art, yet don’t limit your imagination by being too rational. Sketching your concept is not a bad idea at all and this is the reason why some artists have succeeded in producing path breaking buildings. Take for example, the Belgian Embassy designed by Satish Gujral; it looks like a beautiful sculpture, a unique one indeed. Same is true about Sydney Opera House by Jorn Utzon, a sketch design that won the global competition and had to wait a long time before the puzzle of its structure could be solved. Among the contemporary architects, Zaha Hadid is fond of starting with abstract sketches and later transforms these into designs.
We shall keep discussing these design principles for Architectural CAD drafting in our next post to see how following some principles can actually heighten your creativity.