Timothy Ball with jhd Architects rarely draws in 2D. He prefers to resolve design and construction details in 3D. “You can’t fake it in 3D,” says Ball. “And you have the confidence that what you are designing can actually be built. It’s really the development of the idea of a virtual building.” This philosophy allows Ball to build a project from the safety of his computer, then hand over the prototype to the builder knowing that it is done right.