Beginner’s guide to Bubble Diagrams in Architecture

This video is Beginner’s guide to Bubble Diagrams in Architecture. Architectural bubble diagrams are sketches that help architects identify the areas of the home that will be included in the drawings. These diagrams are used at the preliminary phase of the design process and are used for space planning and organization.

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00:13 Illustrator Bubble Diagram
6:17 Thank you for watching

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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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