Concept Diagram in Architecture [Illustrator tutorial for Architects]

Today’s video is a Concept Diagram in Architecture [Step-by-Step Sketchup & Illustrator Tutorial] for your architectural presentation boards. The first 1000 people who click the link will get 2 free months of Skillshare Premium:

The concept architecture diagram is the formalised name assigned to the visual depiction of the system architecture. It is a drawing, rendering or diagram visually illustrating, at a high level, the system requirements concerned. It is composed of various blocks that show the components and a sequence of lines, often with arrows, showing the interaction of the components. The aim is to include details that can not be readily communicated by words alone. Think of them like any city map you’ve ever used. They are demonstrating Significant structures, the point of attraction, and the streets that connect them.

This is a diagram illustrating the development of the twin tower starting with concept and ending with the final design. To make this concept diagram in architecture:
You will need to create a SketchUp model of a sequencing concept diagram, turn the isometric view in Sketchup and export the view as a PDF. Then Import the file to illustrator and save the file as an ai format. Afterwards, we can then complete the concept diagram by adding colours, line weight, hierarchy, and arrows using Illustrator.

00:00 Welcome to the video
00:06 Sketchup tutorial
02:01 Illustrator tutorial

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Supplies I use:
A4 Marker Pad :
A4 Sketchbook :
A4 Sketchbook :
A4 Sketchbook Bundle :
Architectural Templates:
Scale ruler:
Stabilo Fine point:
Drawing pens:
Derwent Graphik:
Magicdo Sketch:
Derwent Sketching Pencils:
Pentel Sign Pen:
Craft Knife:
Touch Markers:
Pilot V7 Hi-techpoint:
Winsor and Newton Water colour:
Water Colour brush:
Faber Castle 24 Pastel Pencil Colours:
Derwent Pencil wrap:
Windsor Newton Markers:
Grey Copic Markers:
A4 tracing paper:
Roll of tracing:
Masking Tape:

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