Sandy Morrison is an Edinburgh based architect who keeps a sketchbook. The image above is Razzo in St. Andrew’s Square and the title of his post is What Makes a Nice Place to Sit? You can see his awesome architectural drawings on his site Sandy’s Drawing Room, A Sketch Diary. Here is a quote from his website, “I’ve always loved drawing but with a fairly busy life there isn’t much time for it. The sketch book is a way to fit drawing into daily life.” There is a delightful flavor to his drawings. The image below is Caledonia Road in London. I am especially interested to see how he keeps us engaged with just a small amount of color and the people in the foreground. Thank you Sketches & Jottings for introducing me to Sandy!