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ROOM FINISH SCHEDULE

MARK ROOM NAME

FLOOR

BASE

WALLS

CEILING CEILING HEIGHT

REMARKS

CARPET1 CARPET2 VINYL TILE1 VINYL TILE2 CERAMIC TILE 4" VINYL WOOD CERAMIC TILE WALLPAPER PAINT1 PAINT2 PAINT3 CERAMIC TILE PTD. GYP. BD1 PTD. GYP. BD2 ACOUS. TILE

9'-0"

SEE COLOR SCHEDULE

9'-0"

DO

10"-0"

DO

101 102 103 104

OFFICE1 OFFICE2 OFFICE3

Figure 56. A typical interior finish schedule for a commercial project

Furnishing, Furniture, and Equipment (FF+E) Schedule

Specifying, ordering, and placing FF+E is an integral part of interior designer’s job. To inform installation which FF+E will be placed where correctly, a separate drawing called the FF+E plan or FF+E installation plan may be created. In a small project, furniture selection may be noted in each place where furniture is shown on the FF+E furniture plan. But in a large commercial project, an organized schedule is necessary to show FF+E information in a clear way. Each furniture is identified by the keys shown on the furniture plan, which are referenced to the furniture schedule. A typical FF+E schedule contains information of mark, number (quantity), manufacturer and catalog number, description, fabric, finish, and remarks (Figure 57). The marks are in the form of codes that indicate generic types of furniture. For instance, C means chair, and T means table. In a more complicated project, the code may be a combination of letters and numbers to provide more detailed information such as T07/101. In this case, T indicates table, 07 refers to the 7th type of table for the project, and 101 after the slash means the room number where this table will be located.

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