Skara Brae Section Perspective
Skara Brae is a stone-built village in Orkney Islands, Scotland, made up of 10 dwellings. Skara Brae was built during the Neolithic Era, and the dwellings were built of closely-fitting flat stone slabs with grass covering the top. This perspective drawing cuts through House 4, 5, and 7, displaying the interiors of the dwellings, each containing stone furniture such as beds divided with large flat stones, and a hearth in the centre of the house. As this village is very organic, the ground levelling is portrayed through topography lines. The aesthetics of this drawing is rustic and earth-toned, matching the colour palette of Skara Brae today.
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