Drawing isn’t merely a way to represent crystallised ideas; it is an instrument to research and develop potential relations between problem-statement and spatial interventions. It is a mean to get grasp on the intrinsic qualities of space. Eye, brain and hand cooperate: it is a way of thinking.
Drawing helps to connect generic planning concepts and strategies with spatial interventions that are context-bound.
Deltaic landscapes challenge drawing even more because they are so dynamic, elusive and scale transcending.
Delta Urbanism Research Program education activities you learn skills to play with, for purpose and pleasure.