Single-Handedly 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 beautiful pencil rendering — by Seattle architect Tom Kundig.

The book was published by Princeton Architectural Press on May 7, 2019. It’s available in bookstores throughout the United States, the UK and Europe, and in all other regions online.

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