Aalto University’s and its predecessor University of Technology’s architecture teaching has for over hundred years included the tradition of measurement drawing. From 1907 to 2014 it was compulsory to prepare a measurement drawing of a significant old building as part of an architect’s education. A collection of thousands of drawings now belong to the Aalto University Archive collection offering an important archive for researchers. In early decades of 1900 drawings were made of medieval churches, later there has been concentration on wooden architecture.
Aalto University Archive is currently digitizing the architecture measurement drawing collection, nearly 2000 of them are already available in Aalto-Finna’s archive collection. The drawings are licensed with CC-BY-NC license and older drawings with a Public Domain license.
Architecture measurement drawings go Junior Hackathon 2018
The measurement drawings took part this spring in Helsinki City Museum’s Junior Hackathon event organized by Open Knowledge Finland and OpenGLAM. In the exhibition at the Visual Resources Centre in the Harald Herlin Learning Centre some digitized drawings as well as children’s outputs and photos from the Junior Hackathon event are on display.
Lisätietoja / more information: https://juniorihackathon.fi/
Arkkitehtuurin mittauspiirustukset Aalto-Finnassa / Architecture measurement drawings in Aalto-Finna: https://bit.ly/2InvwpR
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