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Drawing gives us a way to express, improve, or evaluate architectural form, space, and order, a spatial means of disclosing architecture. Texture, light, experience, space, and mood are revealed with all their complexity in the hand drawn and digital illustrations featured in drawing spaces: disclosing architecture. Phases of drawings reveal an illustration's development from rough early sketches through completed result - one invitation from this exhibit, and its attendant programming, that encourages us to slow down and truly see how works of architecture, interior architecture, and landscape architecture are tested and explored before being built. Drawing becomes a way to share visions of what may be.