The Archnotes sketchbook was designed by architects for architects. There is a lot of thought that went into this notebook.
First, the grid that is printed on each sheet is very light, unlike most grid paper. The idea is that it is there when needed, but it doesn't get in the way. The sketchbook is also a bit wider than other books so that there is enough space for sketching. The spiral binding allows the book to lay flat.
The front and back covers are printed with some helpful info. There are architectural scales printed along each edge - never again will an architect forget their scale when they head to a meeting. There is also a bunch of helpful reference information: a list of 8" modules, standard paper sizes, drawing set order, and more.
We use ours everyday and we think architects will love this sketchbook.