How Architects Write shows you the interdependence of writing and design in both student and professional examples. This fully updated edition features more than 50 color images, a new chapter on online communication, and sections on critical reading, responding to requests for proposals, the design essay, storyboarding, and much more. It also includes resources for how to write history term papers, project descriptions, theses, proposals, research reports, specifications, field reports, client communications, post-occupancy evaluations, and emailed meeting agendas, so that you can navigate your career from school to professional practice.
Table of Contents
1. How (and Why) Architects Write 2. Design Journals 3. History Term Papers 4. Project Descriptions 5. Writing for your Online Presence 6. Research Reports and Analyses 7. Business Documents 8. Statements of Design Philosophy, Essays, and Manifestos 9. Thesis and Dissertation Writing Index
Tom Spector is a professor of architecture at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, and an editor of the academic journal Architecture Philosophy.
Rebecca Damron is an associate professor of English and the director of the Writing Center at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater.