13 Apr 2021

Detailing in Architectural Drawings

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Beautiful buildings from around the world, immortalised in ink drawings

As the title suggests, most of John McGill's work, is based on the detailing of these amazing buildings. They are set at the time when cost money was not that much of an obstacle to design.

A collection of ornate, beautiful little architecture finishes and embellishments, picked up by McGill and showcased in this post for us to admire.

Architectural drawings in this post include: A WIP of the Tate‘s rotunda staircase and a detailed shot of drawing of The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Plenty to enjoy and maybe an addition or two, to your list of must see places.
01-Florence-s-Duomo-John-McGill-www-designstack-co
Florence’s Duomo.
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02-Kunsthistoriches-Museum-John-McGill-www-designstack-co
Kunsthistoriches Museum in Vienna.
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York detail.
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Penn Station New York.
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Morgan Library’s rotunda ceiling.
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Tate‘s rotunda staircase.
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Wallace Collection, London.
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Petit Palais in Paris.
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Dorilton in NYC’s UWS.
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Venice’s Basilica dei Frari.
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