Traveling and sketching
Andrew Bromberg has been exploring the world since he was 17 years old. He always carried an A2 sketchbook on his travels and a few charcoal pencils to sketch what he saw, be it the wild landscape of Peru, ancient stepwells in India, a traditional village hut found in the Myanmar countryside, or a building intertwined with an aging tree, found in the jungle of Angkor Wat.
In this section, you can see a collection of Bromberg’s charcoal drawings, early impressions that were part of the architect’s formative years.
All sketches are copyrighted by Andrew Bromberg at Aedas.