Architects like to draw… and Bartlett graduate Alan Worn is very good at this. To read about the projects is to be drawn into a world which includes Monastic Squats for Castigated Monks and Punk Naturalists, and a ‘Blue Square Folly’ (pictured) which explores an edge between civility and wilderness.
The drawings are often A0 in format so the website gives only a glimpse.. hopefully we will all get a chance to see the originals soon.
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