Drawing for Interior Designers || Gilles Ronin

You’d be forgiven for thinking that this was going to be a manual of technical drawing and hard-edged perspective, but it’s a million miles from that.

If you need to produce architectural drawings that form part of a design brief, then you’re probably best looking elsewhere, but if you want something that will give a client (or even yourself) a feeling of what your ideas will look like in the flesh, then Gilles’ freehand sketches are just the thing.

Actually, to call them freehand sketches suggests something altogether looser than the actual result, which is a fine balance between technical drawing and a simple impression. These drawings have just enough of a soft edge to make them feel lived and liveable in and, if you’re looking for a commission, could be what swings the balance and gets you the gig.


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