Draw Me A House
By: Thibaud Herem
Desc: 21x28 cm / 208 pages / 300 b&w ills
Release Date: May 2012
“Architecture starts when you carefully put two bricks together. There it begins”
- Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe
Draw Me a House celebrates the power of architecture. An interactive colouring book for children, budding architects and anyone interested in the built environment, it invites readers to think about, doodle and engage with architectural elements from Malian houses to New York skyscrapers.
Exquisite illustrations by Thibaud Herem bring buildings to life, and playful suggestions to draw a new top on the Chrysler building, design a deluxe doghouse, colour in a gargoyle or fix up the Parthenon, will delight adults and children alike.
Architecture creates the framework around our lives - it protects us from the elements and it gives us space to relax, to live and to work. Draw Me A House is the perfect way to get inspired by architecture!
Thibaud Herem is a French illustrator based in London. Represented by Handsome Frank, Thibaud is known for his intricate drawings of houses and buildings. He has created work for Liberty London, and has another book, London Deco (2013), published by Nobrow.
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