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Architectural Perspectives
Digital photo-realistic images can be time consuming, expensive and potentially inflexible. In circumstances where these costs or degree of accuracy are not appropriate, a hand-drawn approach can provide a fast, economic and more sympathetic method of representing a building or building group in context. In circumstances where the design is still in development, and the detail yet to be defined within the proposal, the hand-drawn perspective can create the impression of the final proposal without any loss in quality to the viewer.

The perspectives are most frequently used for marketing , support for planning submissions, press releases or to illustrate public consultations. They have also been produced for fundraising processes in the past, and as records of the final project.
Nick Hirst RIBA