Does an architect lose credibility if he can’t sketch?

  • * One who can't draw sketches isn't good enough to be an architect.
  • * Sketching is just a skill, what's important is the "concept".
  • * I think if one can think of good concepts, then he can draw too..
  • * This question is absurd.

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  1. Rohit says

    I think sketching is a skill
    I think sketching is a skill (although very useful), but what’s more important is to communicate your “concept” (through any medium of presentation).

  2. rajms says

    yaa…sketching is a skill
    yaa…sketching is a skill which will surely going 2 help u to make people understand ur concept and theme…….good sketching always going 2 help u in any matter………

  3. Vaiz says

    In my opinion an architect
    In my opinion an architect should be able to sketch because what’s the point if his/her CONCEPTS are not getting conveyed? and one more thing though there are 100 means of presentation medium.. SKETCHING is the evergreen technique for to communicate your ideas..

  4. Anonymous says

    I believe that the this
    I believe that the this depends on if the architect possesses other skills with which to present, such as model making. However, the architect will have a difficult time if he/she/other does not have an effective manner with which to present at all.

  5. Swakargan says

    Easy and faster way of
    Easy and faster way of communicating your Concept is sketching (if one knows to sketch)when compare to any other electronic medium.

  6. maq360 says

    I think sketching is a skill
    I think sketching is a skill which can be improved architects credibility is not completely depended on it..if you take Frank Ghery he scribbles and then makes a form out of that…

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