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CADD-2 Lesson 10

Architecture Chap.14-16 Floor Plan Layout, Symbols, & Dim's

TermDefinition
Working Floor Plan The most commonly used architectural drawing. Provides the builder with all necessary wall placements, doors, windows, appliances, and dimensions.
Rendered Floor Plan Used to present your ideas to the client. Adds color, shrubs, etc. Has very few dimensions.
Wasted Space Minmizing this increases the usable square footage and provides more living space for the cost.
Symbol Library Location for frequently used Blocks that can be quickly inserted into a floor plan.
Design Center Allows the operator to drag & drop stored Blocks into a floor plan.
Aligned Dimensions Dimension Text that is parallel to the dimension line and read from the right side of the sheet.
D-size sheet Most common sheet size for residential Floor Plans
1/4" = 1'-0" Common scale for Residential plans
1/8" = 1'-0" Common scale for Commercial plans
1" = 1'-0" Common scale for Sections in a floor plan
Schedules Similar to a BOM's, Keeps the Floor Plan clear and uncluttered by using symbols & tables to provide the information.
6" Exterior Wall Thickness
4" Interior Wall Thickness
5" Brick Veneer Thickness
Created by: tmurphy