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Construction drawings and details : basic skills / W. Otie Kilmer and Rosemary Kilmer.

By: Kilmer, W. Otie.
Contributor(s): Kilmer, Rosemary.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, 2016Edition: Third Edition.Description: xii, 420p. : ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781118944356 (pbk.); 1118944356.Subject(s): Building -- Details -- Drawings | Interior architecture | Structural drawingAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Construction drawings and detailsDDC classification: 729.022 Online resources: WorldCat details
Contents:
Table of contents Preface vii Acknowledgments xi PART 1 Drawing Communication, Equipment, Fundamentals, and Classification Systems 1 CHAPTER 1. Design as Communication 3 Drawing for Idea Generation 3 Drawing as Design and Presentation Media 4 Drawing as a Guide for Construction 6 Issues Affecting How Interior Designers Communicate 6 CHAPTER 2. Drafting Equipment and Its Care 16 Drawing Tables and Surfaces 17 Drawing Papers and Plastic Film 18 Pencils, Leads, and Pens 19 Parallel Bar, T-square, and Drafting Machines 22 Triangles, Templates, and Compasses 23 Scales 27 Erasers, Erasing Shields, and Brushes 29 Additional Equipment 32 CHAPTER 3. Drawing and Drafting Fundamentals 33 Drawing 33 Drafting 34 Starting the Drawing 35 Drafting Standards, Abbreviations, and Symbols 42 Lettering 44 CHAPTER 4. Drawing Classification Systems 48 Multiview Drawings 48 Single-view Drawings 52 Axonometric Projections 54 Oblique Projections 56 Perspective Drawings 57 PART 2 The Design Process: Transition from Concepts to Construction Drawings 67 CHAPTER 5. Concept Development and the Design Process 69 The Design Process: The Analysis Phase 70 The Synthesis Phase 72 PART 3 Contract Documents 87 CHAPTER 6. Construction Drawings, Specifications, and Contracts 89 Specifications 89 Construction Drawings 95 Guidelines for Preparing Construction Drawings 102 Drawing Conventions and Representations 109 Modular Units 121 CHAPTER 7. As-Built Drawings and Demolition Plans 123 As-Built Drawings 123 Demolition Plans 131 CHAPTER 8. Floor Plans 137 Floor Plans in Modular Units 138 Wall and Partition Types and Construction 146 Scale of Floor Plans 149 Drafting Standards 151 Walls in Plan View 152 Doors and Windows in Plan View 152 Graphic and Text Notation on Floor Plans 157 Architectural Symbols 160 Dimensioning Floor Plans 162 Designation of Materials 166 CHAPTER 9. Fire and Life Safety Plans 177 Building Code Compliance Analysis 177 Fire and Life Safety Plans 180 CHAPTER 10. Elevations 184 Exterior Elevations 184 Interior Elevations 186 Scale of Interior Elevations 187 Drafting Standards for Interior Elevations 189 Designation of Materials 194 Dimensioning Elevations 196 CHAPTER 11. Sections 203 Types of Section Drawings 203 Scale of Section Drawings 206 Drafting Standards 209 Building Sections 210 Sections of Interior Spaces 212 Wall Sections 213 Detail and Object Sections 216 CHAPTER 12. Specialty Drawings 219 Purpose of Specialty Drawings 219 Stairs and Ramps 219 Millwork 228 Cabinetry 235 Fireplaces 241 CHAPTER 13. Door andWindow Schedules 247 Doors 247 Door Classifications: Operation, Types, and Materials 247 Door Hardware 250 Door and Hardware Schedules 254 Windows 260 Window Schedules 263 CHAPTER 14. Finish Schedules and Finish Plans 266 Room Finish Schedules 267 Finish Plans 270 Drafting Standards for Finish Plans 275 CHAPTER 15. Furniture Installation Plans 281 Scale of Furniture Installation Plans 289 Drafting Standards for Furniture Installation Plans 290 Dimensioning Furniture Installation Plans 293 Designation of Materials 293 CHAPTER 16. Furnishings and Equipment Plans 295 Scale of Drawings 299 Drafting Standards 299 Dimensioning Furnishings and Equipment Plans 302 CHAPTER 17. Lighting: Reflected Ceiling and Electrical Plans 306 Lighting Design Process 308 The Reflected Ceiling Plan 324 Types of Ceiling Systems 327 Code Issues Affecting Lighting 332 Electrical or Power Plans 343 PART 4 Structural,Mechanical and Plumbing Systems 353 CHAPTER 18. Structural Systems for Buildings 355 Building Foundations and Footings 356 Foundation Plans 357 Structural Walls and Columns 363 Floor and Roof Systems 363 Framing Plans 365 Floor Framing Plans 366 Roof Framing Plans 369 Roof Plans 371 CHAPTER 19. Mechanical and Plumbing Plans 375 Mechanical (HVAC) Plans 376 Scale of HVAC Plans 380 Drafting Standards for HVAC Plans 381 Designation of HVAC Materials 382 Plumbing Systems and Plans 383 Scale of Plumbing Drawings 389 Drafting Standards for Plumbing Drawings 390 Designation of Materials for Plumbing Plans 390 Dimensioning Plumbing Plans 391 Appendix A. Abbreviations for Construction Drawings 395 Appendix B. Selected 2010 ADA Design Standards 398 Appendix C. Trigonometric Functions: Sines and Cosines of Angles 403 Glossary 405 Index 415
Summary: A complete guide to preparing construction documentation from a design perspective Construction Drawings and Details for Interiors has become a must-have guide for students of interior design. It covers the essentials of traditional and computer-aided drafting with a uniquely design-oriented perspective
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Table of contents Preface vii Acknowledgments xi PART 1 Drawing Communication, Equipment, Fundamentals, and Classification Systems 1 CHAPTER 1. Design as Communication 3 Drawing for Idea Generation 3 Drawing as Design and Presentation Media 4 Drawing as a Guide for Construction 6 Issues Affecting How Interior Designers Communicate 6 CHAPTER 2. Drafting Equipment and Its Care 16 Drawing Tables and Surfaces 17 Drawing Papers and Plastic Film 18 Pencils, Leads, and Pens 19 Parallel Bar, T-square, and Drafting Machines 22 Triangles, Templates, and Compasses 23 Scales 27 Erasers, Erasing Shields, and Brushes 29 Additional Equipment 32 CHAPTER 3. Drawing and Drafting Fundamentals 33 Drawing 33 Drafting 34 Starting the Drawing 35 Drafting Standards, Abbreviations, and Symbols 42 Lettering 44 CHAPTER 4. Drawing Classification Systems 48 Multiview Drawings 48 Single-view Drawings 52 Axonometric Projections 54 Oblique Projections 56 Perspective Drawings 57 PART 2 The Design Process: Transition from Concepts to Construction Drawings 67 CHAPTER 5. Concept Development and the Design Process 69 The Design Process: The Analysis Phase 70 The Synthesis Phase 72 PART 3 Contract Documents 87 CHAPTER 6. Construction Drawings, Specifications, and Contracts 89 Specifications 89 Construction Drawings 95 Guidelines for Preparing Construction Drawings 102 Drawing Conventions and Representations 109 Modular Units 121 CHAPTER 7. As-Built Drawings and Demolition Plans 123 As-Built Drawings 123 Demolition Plans 131 CHAPTER 8. Floor Plans 137 Floor Plans in Modular Units 138 Wall and Partition Types and Construction 146 Scale of Floor Plans 149 Drafting Standards 151 Walls in Plan View 152 Doors and Windows in Plan View 152 Graphic and Text Notation on Floor Plans 157 Architectural Symbols 160 Dimensioning Floor Plans 162 Designation of Materials 166 CHAPTER 9. Fire and Life Safety Plans 177 Building Code Compliance Analysis 177 Fire and Life Safety Plans 180 CHAPTER 10. Elevations 184 Exterior Elevations 184 Interior Elevations 186 Scale of Interior Elevations 187 Drafting Standards for Interior Elevations 189 Designation of Materials 194 Dimensioning Elevations 196 CHAPTER 11. Sections 203 Types of Section Drawings 203 Scale of Section Drawings 206 Drafting Standards 209 Building Sections 210 Sections of Interior Spaces 212 Wall Sections 213 Detail and Object Sections 216 CHAPTER 12. Specialty Drawings 219 Purpose of Specialty Drawings 219 Stairs and Ramps 219 Millwork 228 Cabinetry 235 Fireplaces 241 CHAPTER 13. Door andWindow Schedules 247 Doors 247 Door Classifications: Operation, Types, and Materials 247 Door Hardware 250 Door and Hardware Schedules 254 Windows 260 Window Schedules 263 CHAPTER 14. Finish Schedules and Finish Plans 266 Room Finish Schedules 267 Finish Plans 270 Drafting Standards for Finish Plans 275 CHAPTER 15. Furniture Installation Plans 281 Scale of Furniture Installation Plans 289 Drafting Standards for Furniture Installation Plans 290 Dimensioning Furniture Installation Plans 293 Designation of Materials 293 CHAPTER 16. Furnishings and Equipment Plans 295 Scale of Drawings 299 Drafting Standards 299 Dimensioning Furnishings and Equipment Plans 302 CHAPTER 17. Lighting: Reflected Ceiling and Electrical Plans 306 Lighting Design Process 308 The Reflected Ceiling Plan 324 Types of Ceiling Systems 327 Code Issues Affecting Lighting 332 Electrical or Power Plans 343 PART 4 Structural,Mechanical and Plumbing Systems 353 CHAPTER 18. Structural Systems for Buildings 355 Building Foundations and Footings 356 Foundation Plans 357 Structural Walls and Columns 363 Floor and Roof Systems 363 Framing Plans 365 Floor Framing Plans 366 Roof Framing Plans 369 Roof Plans 371 CHAPTER 19. Mechanical and Plumbing Plans 375 Mechanical (HVAC) Plans 376 Scale of HVAC Plans 380 Drafting Standards for HVAC Plans 381 Designation of HVAC Materials 382 Plumbing Systems and Plans 383 Scale of Plumbing Drawings 389 Drafting Standards for Plumbing Drawings 390 Designation of Materials for Plumbing Plans 390 Dimensioning Plumbing Plans 391 Appendix A. Abbreviations for Construction Drawings 395 Appendix B. Selected 2010 ADA Design Standards 398 Appendix C. Trigonometric Functions: Sines and Cosines of Angles 403 Glossary 405 Index 415

A complete guide to preparing construction documentation from a design perspective Construction Drawings and Details for Interiors has become a must-have guide for students of interior design. It covers the essentials of traditional and computer-aided drafting with a uniquely design-oriented perspective

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