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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, BUILDING & DESIGN

Research Unit for Modern Architecture Studies in Southeast Asia


Foundation of Natural and Built Environments
INTRODUCTION TO DRAWING (ARC 30103)
Prerequisite: None
Lecturers: Ida Marlina Mazlan, Normah Sulaiman, Paul
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Project 2 (individual)
Drawings
Submission date : 12th June 2015
Introduction
It taught me that there are three versions of things: the one I see in my mind, and the one
that carries onto the paper, and then what it ultimately becomes.
Lauren DeStefano, Sever
Objectives

Identify the fundamental principles, elements and techniques in drawing, design


process and drawing presentation skills.

Demonstrate observation skills and be able to record, organize, interpret and


describe a variety of issues via visual communications effectively.

Learning Outcome

Identify the type of drawing representation

Tasks
1. Individual student required to chosen 2 objects and objects chosen must not be smaller
than A5. Students are to sketch and conduct measurement of chosen objects. Objects
chosen must consists a minimum of 3 different geometries surfaces. This would be included
in the progress sheets submission that must be signed by respective tutors.
2.Then by using book references/ classroom tutorial, independently you are to explore the
applications of Drawing Conventions and using the measurement from the observation you
are to generate architectural drawings that clearly expressing the 3 dimensional objects.

Required Drawings:
1. ONE plan
2. TWO elevations
3. TWO sections
4. ONE detail drawing
5. ONE cover drawing
Each drawing must be legible and need to be completed with: Drawing details & information,
Subtitle and Annotations/Note-taking. Incomplete work will receive marks of C- or below.
Each drawing must have an appropriate SCALE. You are required to take/make notes
based on your understanding of architectural drawings convention requirements to visualize
the selected objects. The notes/annotations must be included as part of the drawings
requirement and written clearly and neatly in the drawings. At all-time proper architectural
lettering is mandatory.
Materials/Equipment
It is your responsibility to bring all necessary tools to facilitate your measurement, drawing
and note-taking. Suggested drawing tools: A3 Paper (120 gm drawing paper or better);
Butter paper; Art line pens (0.1, 0.3 & 0.5); Pencils (2B); Soft Eraser; Flexible Eraser;
Erasing Shield; Architectural Scale Ruler; Set-square, T- Square or Parallel Ruler.
Plagiarism will be taken as a serious case and will result in failure of the subject
Submission Requirement
Individual student required to submit the progress sheets that would consist a class activity
drawings as well as :

Draft drawings of the chosen 2 objects (at least 2 pages/object exploration


sketches)
Measurements of the chosen 2 objects (1 page) These progress sheets must be
stapled and signed by your respective tutors
Progress sheets would be in the form of A4 butter papers

Then by using book references/ classroom tutorial, independently you are to explore the
applications of Drawing Conventions and using the measurement from the observation you
are to generate architectural drawings that clearly expressing the 3 dimensional objects in
sets of A5 drawings, submitted in a set, according to a suggested packaging design

Required Drawings per object:


1. ONE plan
2. TWO elevations
3. TWO sections
4. ONE detail drawing
5. ONE cover drawing

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