1-Understanding of Architectural Drafting Tools and how they are used.
2-Understanding of Basic Lines and Intensities
3-Study of Architectural Drafting Symbols and Angles and Bisectors
4-Understanding of Different Architectural scales for producing drawings on real proportions.
5-Study of Anthropometry for understanding of proportion and scale at real grounds.
Idea of Plan, Elevations and Sections (2D drawings)
6-Practicing Isometric Views @ 45/45 degrees and 30/60 degrees (3D)
7-Developing Plan and Elevation of Sofa (Or any furniture) at suitable scale.
9-Developing Plan and Elevation of Living Room or Bed Room at scale with understanding of furniture placement and circulation spaces according to anthropology (2D)
10-Studying and practicing of One Point Perspective and Two point Perspective with daily life examples and spaces in use. (i.e Living Room(Formal/Informal), Bed Room (Single/Double), Drawing Room, Kitchen (Traditional/ Contemporary))
11- Understanding and professional Application of different Rendering Materials (Inking. Pencil colors, charcoals, water colors) in all relevant Assignments.
Drafting is a technical drawing of any perceived idea and exhibiting it at real proportion and scale. It is used to develop a design idea into a coherent proposal, to communicate ideas and concepts, to convince clients of the merits of a design, to enable a contractor to construct it, as a record of the completed work, and to make a record of a structure or object that already exists.
In order to produce any design, in reality drafting is required. It is very important to use Drafting apparatus accurately so that there are no errors in the drawing. Drawing should have complete description that is required for the implementation of design, with a sense of scale.
Course Learning Outcomes
Generally, drafting includes a number of items,
- A drawing (one a separate sheet with a separate title block) for each part
- A bill of materials
- An assembly drawing
The students will be able to draw plans, elevations, and sections of their products, spaces and Layouts of their
projects. This is a process whereby a drawing is reviewed for completeness, accuracy, etc.
It will further teach students how to control, and working with straight edges, mathematics, scale, and proportion.
How to draft Angled/Slope lines in isometric
Dimensions & Drawings
How to Draw One-Point Perspective
The Art & Science of Perspective
Living Room in One Point Perspective
Two Point Perspective
Kitchen in Two-Point Perspective
Living Room in Two-Point Perspective
Book Title : The Fundamentals of Architecture.
Author : Lorraine Farrelly
Edition : 1
Publisher : AVA Publishing
Book Title : Architectural Graphics.
Author : Francis D. K. Ching
Edition : 5
Publisher : John Wiley and Sons
Book Title : Perspective Made Easy Dover Art Instruction
Author : Ernest R. Norling
Edition : Reprint
Publisher : Courier Corporation
Book Title : Time-saver Standards for Building Types.
Author : Editors: Joseph De Chiara, Michael J. Crosbie
Edition : 4
Publisher : McGraw-Hill
Title : One Point Perspective (Living Room)
Type : Presentation
View One Point Perspective (Living Room)
Title : Two Point Perspective
Type : Presentation
View Two Point Perspective
Title : Interior Design Student Handbook- Basic Drafting Standards and Symbols
Type : Reference Book
View Interior Design Student Handbook- Basic Drafting Standards and Symbols
Title : Weekly Planner - Drafting-I
Type : Other
View Weekly Planner - Drafting-I