Off the Boards: The Evolution of Architectural Practice, by Richard Reep Sr., AIA

November 15, 2013

Off-the-Boards-scanned Architects are known for drawing blueprints with T-squares and triangles on drawing boards. They no longer do: building designs today are produced on computers. Architectural projects, called work on the boards, moved off the boards. Using both words and pictures, Off the Boards tells the story of the transition. The author experienced its entire span, observing how the changes affected design, the profession, and the entire practice of architecture.

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