In “Room City,” I tried to recreate the experience of drawing a one-point perspective by hand. When you get to a certain point within a perspective, you must make a choice between an exterior or interior space. Are you, for example, depicting a city or a room? This...
The Art of Nicola
Nicola Fucigna is an Editor-in-Chief for Construction Literary Magazine. She edits and contributes to a column on the poetics of space. Her articles include “Poetry and Architecture,” “Lessons for Architects in Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities,” and “Arrival: The Architecture of Future Past.” She has an MFA in poetry from the University of Arizona and an M.Arch from the University of Oregon. She works for Rowell Brokaw Architects in Eugene, Oregon.