Here’s a trip down memory lane for all students of drafting, architecture, and landscape architecture, courtesy of Architectural Record. This week they review the new Architecture Handbook from the Chicago Architecture Foundation, which updates the foundations of the profession with new case studies and up-to-date terminology. The 489-page book is already very popular; according to the article, 71 high schools in 34 states, plus 10 community colleges, were using it. One of the book’s co-authors, Krisann Rehbein, says of the textbook’s success “It’s been wonderful to see how architects pick up this book and say, ‘I wish I had this in high school.’”
Check out the whole article here.