Architecture Drawing  and Interior Drawing 

1 Month, 3 Months and 6 Months  courses 

Subjects:-

-What is Architecture Drawing 

- Perspective Drawing 

-Study of Object and structure Drawing 

-Light and shadow of Objects 

-NATA Coaching [2020] 

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What is Architecture Drawing 

What is architectural drawing? Architectural drawing is simply the technical drawing of a house, a building or any kind of structure. Technical drawings are graphic representations such as lines and symbols that follow specific conventions of scale and projection. They are used in architecture, construction, engineering, or mapping. In other words, they are a set of sketches, diagrams, and plans, used to design, construct, and document buildings. It's a schematic representation of a building.

Architects, for instance, use architectural drawing to convey and develop a design idea into a coherent proposal. Also, they use it to communicate ideas and concepts. They may use them to indicate the overall appearance, inside or outside the building. Or they may be used to highlight the precise measurements for construction. These architecture drawings are usually issued as a set, with different sheets indicating different types of construction such as electrical, mechanical, and plumbing.

Architectural drawing is extremely important in the architecture field as there are no other ways, for example, to convince clients of the merits of design other than a clear architectural drawing. How else can contractor build bridges, highways, or houses without them? These drawings are frequently used to describe in details works projects.

Architectural drawings are drawn according to a set of drawings standards that include elevation, sections, cross-section, site plan, floor plan etc.

Nowadays, the majority of drawings are created using CAD software such as Revit, AutoCAD, and ArchiCad.

 

Types of Drawings:

  • Engineering drawings

  • Architecture drawings

  • Technical drawings

  • As-built drawings

  • Shop drawings

What is As-built drawing?

As-built drawings are those that made during the construction process; they reflect changes made during that stage, recording differences between the original design and the completed structure.

What are the measured drawings?

Measured drawings are made after construction is completed in contrast to as-built drawings which are based on design drawings used during the construction process.

What is a shop drawing?

Shop drawings are not produced by architects. The architectural and engineering manufacturing business is a huge one. They always produce a lot of specifications for pre-fabricated components such as elevators, structural steel, trusses, pre-cast, cabinets, windows, appliances, etc.  These are called shop drawing

An example:

Let’s take a look at the process of producing a set of architectural drawing:

An architect is about to design a house, he will need to produce a set of building elements seen in true size, shape, and orientation as his work is the base drawings for other construction works such as electrical, plumbing, engineering, and mechanical.

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Perspective Drawing 

What is One Point Perspective?

One point perspective is a type of linear perspective. Linear perspective relies on the use of lines to render objects leading to the illusion of space and form in a flat work of art. It is a structured approach to drawing. One point perspective gets its name from the fact that it utilizes a single vanishing point. Other forms of linear perspective include two-point perspective and three-point perspective. Each type gets its name according to how many vanishing points are used. The scene usually dictates which type of perspective is used by the architect in architecture drawing 

It should be noted that not all forms of perspective are linear. Atmospheric perspective is used to create the illusion of space by manipulating the use of value and colour in a scene. Often atmospheric perspective is used in tandem with a form of linear perspective to create a convincing illusion.

 

What is the Two Point Perspective?

Two-point perspective architecture drawing is a type of linear perspective.  Linear perspective is a method using lines to create the illusion of space on a 2D surface.  There are three types of linear perspective.  One point perspective uses one vanishing point placed on the horizon line.  Two-point perspective uses two points placed on the horizon line. Three-point perspective uses three vanishing points.

All forms of linear perspective involve the horizon line, vanishing point(s), and lines of perspective that recede or advance to the vanishing point(s).  Each form of linear perspective is named for the number of vanishing points used in the drawing.  Therefore, two-point perspective uses two vanishing points.

How to Draw with Three-Point  Perspective


Three-point perspective in architecture drawing.  Three-point perspective is actually the least used form of linear perspective.  This is ironic since three-point perspective is actually closer related to how we actually see things.  In the world of drawing, however, three-point perspective is most commonly used when the viewer’s point of view is extremen in architecture drawing .

A good way to consider this viewpoint would be to imagine you looking up at a very tall building or perhaps looking down from a very high distance. These extreme vantage points would best be depicted using three-point perspective.  

The main distinguishing factor present in three-point perspective is in its name.  One point perspective makes use of one vanishing point. Two-point Perspective uses two vanishing points.  It should come as no surprise that three-point perspective uses three vanishing points.  The third vanishing point in three-point perspective is not placed on the horizon line as seen with two-point and one point perspective.  Instead, the third vanishing point is placed under or above the horizon line.  Often the bottom vanishing point is placed off of the picture plane.

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NATA Coaching Preparation steps ......

Understanding the important visual principles in a composition (2D OR 3D) such as balance, rhythm, direction, hierarchy, etc.

• Understanding geometry and the ability to visualize shape and solve geometrical puzzles to test spatial intelligence;

• Understanding color theory and the various terminologies to test color scheme awareness and knowledge;

• Visual system interpretation and perception to test graphical similarities and other properties;

• Ability to understand spatial relationship between objects, and to visualize images and scenarios

• Tests for cognitive ability: perception, attention, recognition, memory etc.

Top Architecture colleges Of India [2020]

Indian Institute of Technology​- West bengal


Indian Institute of Technology - Uttarakhand 


National  institute of Technology- Kolkata 


School of planing and architecture - New Delhi


College of Engineering - Kerla


School of planing and architecture - Tamil Nadu


Jamia Millia Islamia - New Delhi


School of planing and architecture - Andr apradesh


Birla institute of Technology- Jharkhand 

Top Architecture colleges in world [2020] 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)-United States

Delft University of Technology-Netherlands

The Bartlett School of Architecture  UCL (University College London)-United Kingdom

ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)-Switzerland

Harvard University-United States

University of California, Berkeley (UCB)-United States

Politecnico di Milano-Italy

Manchester School of Architecture-United Kingdom

University of Cambridge -United Kingdom

Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) -Switzerland

your perfect training in architecture drawing can make you better in every step of architect field .

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