By Lucca Townsend, AIA and Anna Cawrse, ASLA, PLA
Taken July 2021 by Bill Tinsely
On most projects, we only see the final, finished glossy rendering — that one perfect image that is selected to show the complicated relationship between all the design elements while capturing the perfect lighting effect. What we typically do not see are the behind the scenes messy sketches that inform a big idea: the “from the elbow” bold move that is drawn again and again before landing that perfect curve, or that one challenging custom detail that can only come to life after it has been drawn from every single angle.
At Sasaki, the behind
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