9 Jan 2020

Moleskine Architectural Drawings

00-David-Morales-Architectural-Drawings-www-designstack-co
Travels documented, in Urban Architectural drawings.
David Morales, has the following, written on his site:  "Arquitecto con alma de carpintero." which Google translates to: "Architect with carpenter's soul."  Not sure if the translation is correct and if it is, what it refers to.  All of these drawings are a wonderful way of recording a moment in time.  All neatly kept in a Moleskine journal, they almost become a photo album.  The pages of which, you can flick through, making your mind flash memories of the time they were drawn and the feelings they evoke.

01-Torre-Salvana-David-Morales-www-designstack-co
Torre Salvana.
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02-Salesian-cloister-David-Morales-www-designstack-co
Salesian cloister building.
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03-3-5-hours-David-Morales-www-designstack-co
3.5 hours Drawing.
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04-Barrio-Piedra-Pintada-David-Morales-www-designstack-co
Barrio Piedra Pintada.
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05-Childhood-memories-David-Morales-www-designstack-co
Childhood memories.
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06-Children-s-park-1-David-Morales-www-designstack-co
Children's park 1.
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07-Children-s-park-2-David-Morales-www-designstack-co
Children's park 2.
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08-Gardens-David-Morales-www-designstack-co
Gardens.
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09-Hacienda-El-Vergel-David-Morales-www-designstack-co
Hacienda El Vergel.
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10-Hotel-Iguaima-David-Morales-www-designstack-co
Hotel Iguaima.
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11-Ibagué-Tolima-David-Morales-www-designstack-co
Ibagué, Tolima.
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12-La-Colonia-Guell-David-Morales-www-designstack-co
La Colonia Guell.
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13-Out-for-coffee-David-Morales-www-designstack-co
Out for coffee.
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2 comments:

  1. wonderful!
    when you draw your lines for shadow in your journals, do you use a ruler or are they freehand?

    i think i'll get back to doing this. much more fun to look at than photos!
    thanks!

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  2. I completely agree, a different way of appreciating architecture, the cities we live in and the places we visit.
    I hope you have a wonderful Friday 🌿️🌺️🌿️
    DS

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