The relationship between drawing and building is fundamental to the process of making architecture. Representation is an essential intermediary governing the creation and documentation of an idea. Translating an idea into built form, representation has always served as a mediating element. Employing diverse techniques and media in both two-dimensional representations and three-dimensional objects, the way a project is documented is integral to its ultimate articulation. Form emerges from the methods by which it is described. Thus architecture as a built construct is derivative of its representational process.