Is the sketch superior to the computer-generated image?


"...Paul Rudolph was a brilliant architect and draughtsman who saw architecture as "a personal effort". His students at Yale were "encouraged" to help fill in elaborate texture and shadow for the master, sometimes working through the night for presentations to clients the next day. In response, they included their names in the drawing of bushes and trees, leaf and grass. Tedious perhaps but the finished drawings stand as works of art in themselves."

Alan Dunlop in Building Design, 05-21-2010.