At the intersection of teaching and practicing architecture, I come across ‘fragments’ of ideas. These drawing explorations allow ideas to simmer without being concrete and purposeful. It allows me to both inform and escape the everyday grind of teaching. I have been testing these hybrid drawings for sometime now – drawn by hand and digitally recomposed. The hand allows one to meander unconsciously evoking the muscle memory of the ‘thinking hand’ (referring to Pallasmaa’s brilliant book). Whereas the digital allows it to do what it is good at – being precise and allowing repeated quick manipulations of pattern and translucency.