An architects’ idea is best represented visually. As Napoleon once said, “A good sketch is better than a long speech” Architecture can be as full of suspense as a graphic novel. Similar to comic strips or graphic novels, diagrams are a visual medium of communication. This makes them easy to understand even across linguistic and cultural boundaries and an ideal method of communicating ideas to clients.Diagrams tell stories; those able to read them can follow the process by which ideas and thoughts take visual shape, find aesthetic form and, if all goes well, become part of the built environment.Architecture and Program Diagram showcases diagrams of avant-garde architects and designers from all over the world, e.g. Space Group, Atelier Data, JDS architects, Gausa + Raveau actarquitectura.