Eric Adlercreutz: The architect's pen meets the paper
Produced by the Pro Artibus Foundation, the exhibition presents the rich and varied career of Eric Adlercreutz, vividly illustrating how drawing plays a big role in the work of an architect.
Drawing has been a lifelong passion for architect Eric Adlercreutz, for whom it not just a technical work stage, but a way of thinking, with the brain and hand working in unison. Although CAD and software have become standard tools in the profession, drawing by hand still remains an important tool of conceptual formulation for many designers.
The solo exhibition presents Adlercreutz's drawings dating from 1950 to 2018. It invites the viewer to share in discovering the joy of drawing, which has the power to transport us new and amazing realities.
The exhibition is curated by Juha-Heikki Tihinen, PhD. It is produced by the Pro Artibus Foundation and the Museum of Finnish Architecture.
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