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The Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings


Εκδότης: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
ISBN: 9780470618158
Αριθμός Σελίδων: 688
Διαστάσεις: 28x4x22
Έτος Έκδοσης: 2011

Σύνοψη του βιβλίου "The Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings"

The study and practice of architecture demands a working command of architectural drawing as a means of graphic communication. This book documents the step-by-step evolution of a complete set of working drawings, for the student or professional, just the way it's done in architectural offices across the country. Progression of the chapters mimics the way an architect creates working drawings, starting with site and foundation plans and progressing through elevations, building sections and other drawings. Ancillary materials include an instructor manual, a study guide, sample digital drawings, and a glossary.


Συγγραφέας/εις: Wakita Osamu A., Linde Richard M., Bakhoum Nagy R.
ISBN: 9780470618158
Ημερ/νία έκδοσης: 11/11/2011
Εκδότης: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Εξώφυλλο: Hardback
Σελίδες: 688
Τόπος έκδοσης: Chichester
Χώρα έκδοσης: United Kingdom
Βάρος βιβλίου: 1876 gr
Διαστάσεις βιβλίου: 28x4x22 cm
Στοιχεία έκδοσης: 4th Edition
Λεπτομέρειες εικονογράφησης: ill

Περιεχόμενα

Preface xiii PART I PROFESSIONAL FOUNDATION S 1 Chapter 1 The Office 3 The Physical Office 4 Office Practice and How It May Be Structured 4 Resource Library 6 Professional Organizations 7 Architect/Client Relationship 7 Implementation of the Construction Documents 12 Building 13 Influence of Building Information Modeling on Building Design 14 Chapter 2 Standards and Techniques, Metrification, Hand Drafting, and Computer-aided Drafting 17 Introduction to Standards and Techniques 18 Drawing Practice 18 Lettering 20 Architectural Drafting 26 Reproduction Methods 26 Office Standards 30 Metrics 35 Hand Drawing 44 Kinds of Drafting Equipment 44 Selecting and Using Drafting Pencils 48 Computer Drafting 49 Office Standards 49 A Game within a Game 67 Power of the CAD Drafter 69 Disadvantages of a Computer 72 Advantages of a Computer 73 Future of CAD 75 Conclusion 78 Chapter 3 BIM, Revit, and Human Concerns 79 Introduction 80 Human Considerations 80 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 80 Building Information Modeling (BIM) 89 Chapter 4 Sustainable/Green Architecture 107 Environmental and Human Considerations 108 Sustainable Architecture 108 Lateral Influences 109 Energy Conservation 110 Sound 112 Snow 115 Fire and Smoke 116 Temperature 119 Deterioration 120 Drainage/Rainfall 121 Underground Gas Control 123 Water Table 123 Frost Line/Frost Depth 123 Termites and Termite Treatment 125 Energy Sources 126 Future of Energy Sources 132 Chapter 5 Construction Materials and Methods 135 Building Materials 136 Wood Floor Systems 136 Wood Wall Systems 142 Wood Roof Systems 144 Concrete 149 Steel Floor System 155 Steel Stud Wall Framing System 156 Steel Decking Roof System 157 Light Steel Roof Framing System 157 Masonry Wall System 157 Composite Systems and Combinations of Materials 159 Material Selections 161 Wood as a Material 162 Concrete as a Material 166 Steel as a Material 169 Masonry as a Material 174 Chapter 6 Initial Preparation Phase for Construction Documents 177 Working Guidelines for Preparing Construction Documents 178 Making the Transition from Schematic Drawings to Construction Documents 180 Building Code Requirements 180 Primary Materials Analysis 181 Selecting the Primary Structural System 182 Requirements of Consultants 182 Regional Considerations 183 Energy Conservation 185 Interrelationship of Drawings 186 Project Management 186 Office Procedure and Planning Strategy 186 Tracking a Set of Working Drawings 188 Format/Cartoon 190 Project Book 191 Numbers-Legal, Job, Task 192 Drawing Sequence 197 Delivery Methods 208 Part II DOCUMENT EVOLUTION 217 Chapter 7 Site and Grading Plan 219 Site Analysis 220 Site Analysis Applied 222 The Topography Map 225 The Soils and Geology Map 225 The Site Plan 227 The Grading Plan 231 The Site and Grading Plan 234 The Drainage Plan 241 The Erosion and Sediment Control Plans 245 The Utility Plan 245 The Circulation Plan 246 The Landscape, Irrigation, and Drainage Plans 246 The Site Improvement Plan: An Overview 247 Size and Location 250 Chapter 8 Floor Plan 253 Types of Floor Plans 254 Symbols 268 Other Floor-plan Considerations 273 Drawing a Floor Plan with a Computer 277 Chapter 9 Foundation and Roof Plans, Floor and Roof Framing Systems 287 Foundation Introduction 288 Types of Foundations 288 Examples 295 Summary of Typical Conventions for Foundation Plan 300 Exterior and Interior Walls 304 A Steel Structure 305 Roof Plans and Framing Systems 308 Framing with Different Materials 333 Floor Framing 337 Chapter 10 Building Sections 347 Building Sections Defined 348 Drawing a Building Section 348 Types of Building Sections 351 Drafting a Building Section 356 Drafting a Building Section of a Residence 356 Chapter 11 Exterior and Interior Elevations 365 Introduction to Exterior Elevations 366 Drawing Doors and Windows 372 Material Designations 374 Notes 375 Dotted Lines 377 Controlling Factors 380 Drafting an Exterior Elevation 383 Weatherproofing 385 Drawing an Elevation with and without a Model 387 Exterior Elevation Using BIM/Revit 389 Interior Elevations 390 Dimensions and Intersections 394 Drafting an Interior Elevation: Examples 394 Computers and Interior Elevations 395 Evolution of a Set of Interior Elevations 396 Interior Elevations Using BIM/Revit 397 Chapter 12 Schedules: Door, Window, and Finish 403 Schedules Defined 404 Tabulated Schedules: Doors and Windows 404 Pictorial Schedules: Doors and Windows 405 Choosing a Tabulated or Pictorial Schedule 406 Interior Finish Schedules 406 Additional Schedules 408 Schedules as They Relate to Structural Entities 408 CAD-Generated and Computer-Drafted Schedules 409 Schedule Templates 410 Schedules Using BIM or Revit 411 Chapter 13 Architectural Details and Vertical Links (Stairs/Elevators) 421 The Purpose of Architectural Details 422 Freehand Detail Sketches 422 Using Details in Construction Documents 422 Hard-Line (Hand-Drafted and CAD) 428 Footing Detail 430 Window Detail 432 Fireplace 436 Stair Design and Vertical Links 443 Mechanical Vertical Links 447 Detailing in BIM/Revit 451 Tenant Improvement Details 452 Part III CASE STUDIES 459 Chapter 14 C onstruction Documents for a One-story, Conventional Wood-framed Residence 461 Conceptual Design 462 Design and Schematic Drawings 463 Evolution of the Working Drawings 467 Site Plan, Vicinity Map, Roof Plan, and Notes 467 Jadyn Residence Site Plan 471 Jadyn Residence Floor Plan 473 Jadyn Residence Roof Plan 480 Jadyn Residence Building Sections 480 Jadyn Residence Exterior Elevations 486 Jadyn Residence Foundation Plan 491 Framing a Residence 494 Jadyn Residence Roof Framing Plan 498 Jadyn Residence Interior Elevations 498 Set Check 502 Chapter 15 Construction Documents for a Two-story, Wood-framed Residence with Basement 507 Schematic Design for Blu Residence 508 Site Plan 511 First-Floor Plan 513 Second-Floor Plan 514 Roof Plan 518 Blu Residence Building Sections 518 Blu Residence Building Elevations 522 Foundation Plan: Slab and Raised Wood 529 Blu Residence Foundation Plan: Raised Wood 534 Framing Plan 537 Support Drawings for Blu Residence 541 Chapter 16 Conceptual Design and Construction Documents for a Steel and Masonry Building (Theater) 549 Introduction 550 Conceptual Design: Site and Client Requirements 550 Design Development Punch List 550 Initial Schematic Studies 550 Site Plan 554 Foundation Plan 556 Ground-Floor Plan 557 Partial Floor Plan and Interior Elevations 560 Exterior Elevations 560 Building Sections 564 Roof Plan 575 Roof Framing Plan 577 Chapter 17 Madison Steel Building 597 Introduction 598 The Madison Office Building 598 Floor-plan Design Development Phase 603 Summary 625 Chapter 18 Tenant Improvements 627 Tenant Improvement Introduction 628 Existing Buildings 628 Existing Floor Level-Building A 628 Development of Working Drawings-Building B 630 Working Drawings 642 Index 653 Appendix A Survey of Regional Differences available online at www.wiley.com/go/wakita Appendix B A Uniform System for Architectural Working Drawing available online at www.wiley.com/go/wakita Abbreviations available online at www.wiley.com/go/wakita PowerPoint presentations available online at www.wiley.com/go/wakita ??$

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