Architectural drafting is basically pictorial images of buildings, interiors, details, or other items that need to be built. These are different from other types of drawings as they are drawn to scale, include accurate measurements and detailed information, and other information necessary to build a structure. These documents are graphic representations to communicate how to do the construction, remodeling, or installation of a design project. These include drawings for floor plans, elevations, sections, details, ceiling plans, finish schedules, and mechanical information such as electrical, plumbing, air conditioning, and heating plans.
TYPES OF DRAFTING
There are three categories of drawings in interior design: process drawings (preliminary images, sketches, schematics, etc.), construction documents (drafted drawings, working drawings, plans, elevations, sections, details, etc.), and presentation drawings (illustrated sketches and three-dimensional views including perspectives, obliques, isometrics, etc.). The main focus of this section is the drafted drawing of which there are also three different types: technical sketch, mechanical drafting, and CAD (computer-aided drafting). These all fall under the heading of architectural drafting as they each convey building detail in scale and use of a common graphic language.
Like an artist may use sketches to develop ideas for a painting or sculpture, technical sketches are used during the development of ideas for initial or preliminary plans. The ability to make quick and accurate sketches is a valuable advantage that helps you convey design ideas to others. A sketch may be of an object, an idea of something you are thinking about, or a combination of both. Most of