Single-Handedly is a volume that collects the work of forty-three contemporary architects from around the world who, in an age saturated with digital imagery, continue to draw by hand. It begins with an insightful foreword — and a lyrical pencil rendering — by Seattle architect Tom Kundig.

The book is available directly from Princeton Architectural Press, in bookstores throughout the United States, the UK and Europe, and online.

Single-Handedly features drawings from a roster of accomplished international architects.