by Dan HogmanNov 06, 2019
For some people, weekends are to kick back and relax, while for some it calls for polishing one’s skills. Dan Hogman prefers the latter. Sometimes, he spends his Sunday like any other day, immersing himself in the pristine folds of white sheets of paper with inky vignettes of the buildings we see around, and the ones we admire.
In this video, Hogman picks the Robie House in Chicago (1906) by Frank Llyod Wright as his muse for a lazy Sunday architectural sketch. He eases himself into brisk strokes of the building’s horizontal architecture that comprises of crisp plane surfaces, an expansive cantilevered roof and closely held cuboidal volumes.
The residence, described by Wright as ‘a cornerstone of modern architecture’, is recognised today as one of the most important buildings of the 20th century and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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