Architectural diagrams are graphical representations that depict the spatial, functional, or structural relationships within or between buildings or structures. They are used in the design and analysis of buildings or structures, and they can take a variety of forms, including plans, sections, elevations, and three-dimensional representations.

Architectural diagrams are used to convey specific design information about a building or structure. They can be used to depict the layout, circulation, and spatial relationships within a building, the relationships between the building and its surroundings, to represent the structural, mechanical, and electrical systems or to convey information about the materials, finishes, and other construction details.

Architectural diagrams can also be used as a means of communication between designers and users. Diagrams are useful for organizing and presenting information in a clear and concise manner. They can help to clarify complex concepts or relationships, and they can be used to communicate ideas visually, making them easier to understand and remember.

Pengshui city planning
The pedestrian mobility diagram

Green areas, stairs, ramps and lifts for public use are proposed to overcome the slope of the terrain in the steeper areas of the city.

Zain tower
the functional diagram

The tower is composed of a basement, a commercial podium and ten floors of offices. The vertical communication core is located in the centre and the top floor contains MEP services.

connecting riads
the concept diagram

The shape of the building is the result of a series of functional decisions. The resulting volume enjoys natural light, views and provides access to the central courtyards.

spliced towers
the office facade diagram

The faƧade of office buildings is made up of a variety of openings that change in size depending on the orientation and incidence of the sun on the towers.

Shoreditch hotel
the 3d structural model

The structural system of the building is based on a reinforced concrete spine supporting the main cantilever. The rest of the building is made up of floors, beams and pillars that adapt to the changing shape of the scheme.

Dehan village
the masterplan view

The general view of the masterplan shows the unique relationship between the architecture and the landscape. Like a mineral crystallization, the resort introduces a geometric rhythm, which, articulated by the pointed roofs, results in a varied and organic composition.

folded auditorium
the concept diagram

This three-dimensional diagram explains in simplified form the uses, the circulation and the connection between the parts of the building, which are the generative foundations of the external form.

Dehan village
the axonometric diagram

The iconic volume of the model house is the result of assembling the spaces around the main spiral staircase. The result is an interior that allows for diagonal views through the double-height spaces.

folded auditorium
the physical model

The shape of the auditorium hall together with the circulation of the audience determine the symbolic form of the building. The external image reveals the use of the space and its public character, this being an intuitive building where form follows function.

Ivy foundation
the concept diagram

The conceptual diagram shows the elements of interior design and spatial planning. The centre has an entrance, a toilet, a workshop area, a multifunctional room and a library.

ramp up the 'mun
the concept diagram

This conceptual diagram is an exploded axonometric view showing the flats, the showroom and the roof of the old boiler.

cuƱa house
the concept diagram

This three-dimensional illustration shows the uses of the dwelling, its formal structure and access points.

fragmented house
the concept diagram

The conceptual design of this single-family house is based on the fragmentation of a simple volume to articulate the uses of the house in a modular way. The result is a pixelated volume that looks like a Tetris of superimposed pieces.

wrap manifesto
the concept diagram

The diagram shows the different uses of the new building extension modules and the unifying treatment applied to the faƧade. The result is a more compact and symbolic volume with an improved institutional and intuitive access control.

Pedraza house
concept diagram

The spatial distribution of the house revolves around the landscape. The inner courtyard responds to the best sun exposure, while a large canopy extends above the double height of the living room to frame the view of the mountains to the north.

Slatina square
the urban furniture detailing

The street furniture in the square consists of various cylindrical elements. Some of them, such as kiosks, tables and seats, can be hidden under the pavement by means of a hydraulic system, so that the square can be left free for other uses.

Shoreditch hotel
the use and circulation diagram

Despite the dynamic form of the building, the interior layout is highly functional. The complex is divided into two blocks, the one next to the party wall has commercial use while the corner block comprises the restaurant and hotel rooms around a central atrium.

market eight
the use diagram

The building consists of four interlocking levels. On the second and third floors, there are large terraces from which to contemplate the landscape. Shops and boutiques are located on the ground floors, while leisure businesses such as bars and restaurants are located on the upper floors.

K house
the massing diagram

The spatial distribution of the house differentiates the spaces for daytime use on the ground floor and those for nighttime use on the upper floor.

Dehan village
the topography adaptation

The resort is located in an old rice plantation, crowned by a prominent hill to the east. The primary road system is determined by the terrain contours. The interstitial spaces are converted into a triangular mesh to arrange the buildings on top.

Burke house
concept diagram

Form follows function. The massing of the house is the result of adjusting the position and height of the new spaces. The principle is to provide the best views, adapt the uses and make the landscape part of the building.

spliced towers
the residential facade diagram

The faƧade of residential buildings is made up of a variety of openings that change in size depending on the incidence of sunlight on the buildings.

Dehan village
the circulation and land use diagrams

The general layout of the resort is determined by the orography of the land. There is a primary road system that allows vehicle access, through which pedestrian access is then provided to the different groups of homes within the triangular gardens.