Upper Lawn House, A. P. Smithson

the act of drawing as an act of spatial and constructive investigation  forensic dimension ;

conducting architectural tomography to reveal the architecture anatomy and make visible inner spatial structures otherwise inaccessible to vision and experience ;

teaching architectural tomography as a tool that allows for contextualization in time and space; going beyond the narrow limits of architecture read as an object and giving access to an understanding of time by revealing stratification logics ;

two-dimensional sectional drawing as a crucial skill in architecture, an operative and critical lens to investigate situated architectures.