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ARCHITECTURE

DRAWING

Carlson Ko
Oscar Wong Zheng Yang
Lee Ren Jet
Liew Yu Xian
Chong Jin Feng

WHAT IS
ARCHITECTURE
DRAWING????

Introduction

An architecture drawing is a technical drawing of


building (or building falls within the defination of
architecture.
Architectural drawing are made according to a set
of convention, which includes particular views like
floor plan, section, sheet sizes, units etc.
Architectural drawing are use by architect to
develop their design ideas to clients and also to
communicate ideas and concepts.

Size and scale

Architecture drawing usually use A0 size paper


(841mm X 1189mm)
Architecture drawing are drawn to scale for the
correctly represented.
Scale drawing enabled dimension to be understand
by others.

Stages Of
Architecture
Drawings

1.INITIAL SKETCH
PLANS

Sort out what you like and what you want to change
Consider some of the technical limits
Discuss with designer about environmental
conditions
Look at your budget
Ask about future maintenance issues
Decide if you feel comfortable

2.DEVELOPED DESIGNS

Draw up the development designs


Design is particularly a cutting-edge
Discuss the materials use cladding, flooring,
roofting, windows, doors
Interior fittings and fixtures power points, cable
jacks, exterior taps, light location and attic access
Use a Quantity Surveyor to estimate the cost of the
project

3.FINAL PLANS AND


SPECIFICATION

In the tendering process, get quotes from


contractors, subcontractors and also quantity
surveyors
Builder and contractors contracted to built house as
blueprint for the construction

Standard views

Floor Plan

Site Plan

Elevation

Cross
Section

Isometric and
axonometric
projections

Detail
drawings

Floor Plan

Floor plan is a most fundamental architectural


diagram.
Showing the arrangement at a particular level of a
building.
3 feet / 1 metre above floor level
Floor plans includes anything that could be seen
below

Symbols

Site plan

Site plan is an architecture plan, landscape


architecture document, and a detailed engineering
drawing
A site plan usually shows a building footprint, travel
ways, parking, drainage facilities, sanitary sewer
lines, water lines, trails, lighting, and landscaping and
garden elements.

ELEVATION

Elevation drawing that shows the front or side of a


building
Without elevation drawings, you cannot see the
details of your new cabinetry, the size of each drawer
or the location of each cabinet
Elevation is not required for every renovation or
redecorating project, they are very useful when
designing items like a fireplace, bathroom vanities,
bars, or any location with built-in cabinetry, such as
an office or entertainment space

CROSS SECTION

A cross section , also simply called a section,


represents a vertical plane cut through the object, in
the same way as a floor plan is a horizontal section
viewed from the top.
Everything cut by the section plane is shown as a
bold line, often with a solid fill to show objects that
are cut through, and anything seen beyond generally
shown in a thinner line.

Isometric and
axonometric projections

A simple way of representing a three dimensional


object.
An isometric uses a plan grid at 30 degrees from the
horizontal in both directions, which distorts the plan
shape
An axonometric uses a 45 degree plan grid, which
keeps the original orthogonal geometry of the plan.

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