This course investigates drawing as a generative instrument of formal, spatial, and tectonic discovery. Principles of two- and three-dimensional geometry are studied through a series of exercises that foreground seeing, thinking, and translation. In short, students “draw from drawing,” working fluidly between manual drawing, computer drawing, and material construction to investigate a range of interrelated topics including tiling, lattices, compound surfaces, orthographic translation, symmetry operations, and stereotomy. All exercises are designed to enhance the ability to conceptualize and visualize architectural form and space, understand its structural foundations, and provide tools that reinforce and inform the design process. Fulfills first-term M.Arch. I Visualization requirement.