Eye Candy : LTL’s Architectural Illustrations



This week’s installment of our Eye Candy feature showcases the illustrations of LTL Architect’s. I’m not going to say much about the firm, as they’re going to be featured as Architecte de la Semaine and will be discussed in depth then. So for now, enjoy these images – and head on over to LTL’s ‘speculations page to view some conceptual/competition work the firm has done, all of which is pretty nastily illustrated.


[image : PARK TOWER]



Posted: October 24th, 2007
at 7:00am by orangemenace

Categories: architecture,featured ninjas,eye candy

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  1. […] This week for MNP’s Video Sundays we’ve got Cooper-Hewitt’s 2007 National Design Awards Winners Panel, which took place in October. The video covers the winners and their work, and features some great projects – including work by this coming week’s ADLS [architecte de la semaine/architect of the week] LTL Architects, as well as another future feature firm Office dA [a Boston based firm who have a residential project near my apartment]. […]


  2. […] MNP’s latest installment in it’s architect de la semaine [ADLS] feature is the New York based Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis Architects [as promised]. What initially drew me to LTL was an image of their conceptual project, – for which the drawings were so siiick that I had to learn more about the firm responsible for their production. […]


  3. […] Eye Candy : LTL’s Architectural Illustrations […]


  4. […] [Ed. Note: As I’ve already mentioned on the page, LTL has me straight geeked off their illustrations, so there are more images shown in this article than I would normally throw up in a single post – they’re ill though, so you shouldn’t have a problem with it] […]


  5. […] Eye Candy : LTL’s Architectural Illustrations […]


  6. This is great stuff!. What programs are you using? I am a piker at Sketchup, but haven’t had enough work that has needed me to use it. I am always interested in learning the new things.

    Now, I do a traditional pen and ink with water color of smaller buildings, such as homes and a development or two for zoning hearings. Look forward to a conversation with any other illustrators.


    Sandy Johnson

    Sandy Johnson

    22 Apr 08 at 11:23 am



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