From illustrating the location of columns to detailing the layers that go into a wall, architectural drawings have traditionally been concerned with not only the buildings themselves but the making of buildings. Rather than showing an inanimate hunk of concrete or steel, these drawings unravel the lively processes that underlie the construction of a building. At the same time – filled with jargons and technical information undecipherable to the general public – the world of architectural drawings has largely remained opaque to popular culture.
‘Making Carbonara’ is an architectural drawing. Using one of the most popular Italian dishes as its subject matter, it explores the unique techniques involved in architectural drawings while being relatable to the general public. Each action involved in the making of the pasta dish is an experiment in the reinterpretation of architectural processes.
Dimensions: 21 x 16.5 iches (53.5 x 42 cm)
Limited Edition: Out of 50 / numbered with pencil on front
Signature: signed in front
Printed on deckle-edged Hahnemühle William Turner (190 gsm, 100% Cotton, white, mould-made paper)
Gilded in imitation-Gold leaf by hand.
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