this article discusses a new large-scale kids play set that has no instruction, but through play lets children discover aspects of architecture, building, and engineering.
There are sketches and pictures in the text that show different techniques that may help with diagramming and drawing.
Cushicle // Michael Webb, 1966 http://architecturewithoutarchitecture.blogspot.com/p/cushicle-and-suitaloon-were-conceptual.html mobility and contained environment extension of human skin nomadic: skeletal and inflatable structure-like spine with multiple functions Dome over Manhattan // Buckminster Fuller, 1960 http://gothamist.com/2012/03/08/the_1960_plan_to_put_a_dome_over_mi.php perfectly controlled climate enlarges dome to scale of Midtown, Manhattan artificial ecosystem to save energy and create better conditions of living maintains temperature […]
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2014/09/the-evil-reign-of-the-red-delicious/379892/?utm_source=atlfb funnily, i ran across this today…
apparently the organization that made what looks to be the scales we are using also made many others for different scenarios and it’s a pretty neat resource for other projects later on, plus it’s just cool how many intricate human motions they seem to have cataloged. There’s a slideshow on archdaily (http://www.archdaily.com/876603/the-only-design-tool-you-need-humanscale-gets-a-revamp)