T-shirts by Architects

AOC, Charles Holland and Interrobang design T-shirts based on architectural drawing traditions

The Architecture Foundation has launched a range of cotton T-shirts designed by architects. Sales of these limited edition garments will help support the Foundation's work. Each has been specially created by practices in London to reference architectural drawing traditions. The shirts are screen printed in Bermondsey using water-based inks on 100% cotton fabric.

Charles Holland Architects have created a design based on a section through a Doric entablature. AOC Architects have designed a Bretton stripe shirt using typical wall build-ups. Interrobang Architecture and Engineering have produced a new CAD hatch indicating sedimentary stone with ammonite fossils buried in the rock. There are also shirts based on tree CAD blocks and a typical concrete hatch.

The shirts are available for £20 from the AF's online store.
All photography by Jim Stephenson

All T-shirts are available to buy from the The Architecture Store, the AF's online shop.