Architecture Course List Of Materials

List Of Art Supplies Required For An Architecture Course

What Do I Need For An Architecture Course?

If you are about to enrol on to an Architecture Course at University then you will need to come equipped with the right Art Materials to start your BA degree. Knowing what to buy can be quite daunting. To make sure that you have the right equipment for your Architecture Course we have put together a list of the necessary Art Supplies. You will need:

Drawing Equipment:

Modelling Equipment:

General Equipment:

  •  High Capacity Memory Sticks, CD-Rs, CD-RWs, DVDs To Save, Store & Retrieve Your Work.
  • Good Quality Digital Camera With Spare Memory Cards & Case.
  • ‘Studio Craft & Technique:  The Architecture Student’s Handbook’.

Tools For Architecture Course:

  •  You Will Need To Purchase A Tool Box For Storing & Transporting Your Equipment.
  • Wooden Handle Claw Hammer.
  • Tenon Saw.
  • Small Spirit Level.
  • Metal Pliers.
  • 5 Metre Metal Tape Measure.
  • Metal Punch.
  • 45 Degree Angle Square Edged Tool.

 

Buying Art Supplies for a University Architecture Course can be quite expensive.  To help you we have discounted our prices including 25% Off the RRP on all Drawing Boards with FREE UK Delivery!  We are also offering a further 10% discount on all of the other Art Materials listed above.  Simply enter the Coupon Code UNITEN at the Checkout.  This offer is valid until the 31st October 2017!  Just go to pullingers.com

 

Money Off Coupon For Architecture Supplies

 

If you need any further help or advice on buying Art Supplies for your Architecture Course then please get in touch with Pullingers and we will help you!

If you’re not sure which Drawing Board to buy then take a look at our guide ‘How To Choose A Drawing Board’.  You may also find our article on Rotring Technical Drawing Pens useful!

Good luck and enjoy your Architecture Course!

One thought on “List Of Art Supplies Required For An Architecture Course

  1. Oh my God. I haven’t thought of the rogadapriph pen in years. Way back when God was a boy, I was a drafter and we used rogadapriphs. We had to put ink in them ourselves. LOL Thanks for making me feel as if I’m in the rumble seat of a time machine.Now, I draw using a cintiq drawing pad on a MAC. I have to admit, though, seeing your AMAZING art, I might make a swift trip back to pen and ink.Thanks for stopping by my blog. I’m following you and awaiting your next projects.

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