Traditionally, architects create highly finished drawings of unbuilt projects for a variety of reasons, the principle being to entice potential clients. Architectural Watercolours developed their technique while attempting to do exactly that for several architectural firms and designers in their early careers. Since then, they shifted their focus to architectural history, particularly that of European and American garden architecture. With an objective to depict buildings in their true form, they have perfected their technique to create drawings that present buildings exactly how they are, or were, or would have been had they been built. Taking their incredible skill and precision to detail, they have reproduced almost 200 watercolours as deluxe folding cards, table lanterns, hardbound journals and boxed stationary.