Romeo D. Ty was born in the Philippines and grew up in America. Romeo was introduced to Mediterranean Architecture early on in his career and spent most of his design practice in California for over two decades, and has been a devoted designer for thirty years. In 2008 Romeo joined the JWDA family in Shanghai as a senior design director and became an associate partner a few years later. The year 2015 marks his thirty years in the business and he still considers himself a student of this noble profession.
Its expertise spans a full spectrum of professional design services ranging from hospitality, commercial, residential to educational and recreational communities, as well as data centers, and urban communities.
This richly illustrated book is a must-have visual study for design practitioners wanting to disentangle various design styles and learn how artisanal traditions can fuse with contemporary architectural and decorative motifs.
Offering a wide-ranging collection of striking, full-colour, detailed sketches and illustrations, including comparison studies, diagrams of traditional patterns and strong geometric designs, this impressive volume shows how recognised signatures and refined systems of proportion work across various architectural styles
This volume helps to take the guesswork out of the application of traditional detail and concepts, as well as finishes, and their application and blending into contemporary building design, which can lead to satisfying results for highly demanding clients.
The magnificent sketches are paired with insightful narratives that provide a clear understanding of what each drawn line and set of patterns mean to the overall design. This sketchbook is the first volume of a rigorously researched series on the practical application of cultural and heritage designs in today’s architecture
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