This project was motivated by the premise that a drawing could take on architectural meaning beyond its initial performance as a re-presentation of an architectural idea; in other words, the motivation was to create a drawing that was architecture. When the drawing is the research, however, the conclusions found are necessarily different from the earliest goals pursued. There comes an understanding that a drawing may never be literal architecture; although, the means by which the drawing is created might be architectural or, at the very least, speak to ideals which are fundamental to the creation, to the process, of architecture.
Arkell, Andrew J.
"Drawing as Architecture: Representational Space Architecturally Transformed,"
Inquiry: The University of Arkansas Undergraduate Research Journal: Vol. 14
, Article 4.
Available at: http://scholarworks.uark.edu/inquiry/vol14/iss1/4