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This study investigates great potential of architectural representation drawings for architects as well as designers to realize their design concept into visual forms. In 1988, an exhibition called "Deconstruction in Architecture" at Modern Art Museum, New York, was an important turning point in design representation. The study examines design drawings of architects of deconstructivism to analyze new attitudes toward building forms and programs in contemporary architecture. The study found in the drawings that initially, collages in many different types are often utilized to express simultaneous time and space. Secondly, section drawings become more important to explain ambiguous and complex floor system than before. Thirdly, cinematic montages are utilized to express indeterminate or loose programs. Fourthly, diagrams are utilized to visualize initial conditions and clues of design solution. The study concludes that design drawings are not only representation media admitting of changes and progress but also tools of design creation.