Francis gave a zoom talk on his sketching through the decades to the Traditional Architects Group recently.
Sketchbooks have always been a critical part of an architect’s work. Francis Terry has a collection of sketchbooks going back forty years to his childhood holidays in Italy sketching architecture with his father, Quinlan Terry. Over the decades he has used sketchbooks as a source of inspiration for his architecture and other artistic ventures ranging from paintings to book illustrations and stage set designs.
In this talk, Francis discusses his work from his various sketchbooks and focus on how these drawings inspired his work.