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An architectural drawing or architect's drawing is a technical drawing of a building (or building
project) that falls within the definition of architecture. Architectural drawings are used by
architects and others for a number of purposes: to develop a design idea into a coherent
proposal, to communicate ideas and concepts, to convince clients of the merits of a design, to
enable a building contractor to construct it, as a record of the completed work, and to make a
record of a building that already exists. We
Sense Projects is best architects in gurgaon Architectural drawings are made according to a set
of conventions, which include particular views (floor plan, section etc.), sheet sizes, units of
measurement and scales, annotation and cross referencing. Conventionally, drawings were
made in ink on paper or a similar material, and any copies required had to be laboriously made
by hand. The twentieth century saw a shift to drawing on tracing paper, so that mechanical
copies could be run off efficiently.
The development of the computer had a major impact on the methods used to design and
create technical drawings] making manual drawing almost obsolete, and opening up new
possibilities of form using organic shapes and complex geometry. Today the vast majority of
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A floor plan is the most fundamental architectural diagram, a view from above showing the
arrangement of spaces in building in the same way as a map, but showing the arrangement at a
particular level of a building. Technically it is a horizontal section cut through a building
(conventionally at four feet one meter and twenty centimeters above floor level), showing
walls, windows and door openings and other features at that level. The plan view includes
anything that could be seen below that level: the floor, stairs (but only up to the plan level),
fittings and sometimes furniture. Objects above the plan level (e.g. beams overhead) can be
indicated as dotted lines.
Geometrically, plan view is defined as a vertical orthographic projection of an object on to a
horizontal plane, with the horizontal plane cutting through the building.

A site plan is a specific type of plan, showing the whole context of a building or group of
buildings. A site plan shows property boundaries and means of access to the site and nearby
structures if they are relevant to the design. For a development on an urban site, the site plan
may need to show adjoining streets to demonstrate how the design fits into the urban fabric.
Within the site boundary, the site plan gives an overview of the entire scope of work. It shows
the buildings (if any) already existing and those that are proposed, usually as a building
footprint; roads, parking lots, footpaths, hard landscaping, trees and planting. For a
construction project, the site plan also needs to show all the services connections: drainage and
sewer lines, water supply, electrical and communications cables, exterior lighting etc.
Site plans are commonly used to represent a building proposal prior to detailed design: drawing
up a site plan is a tool for deciding both the site layout and the size and orientation of proposed
new buildings. A site plan is used to verify that a proposal complies with local development
codes, including restrictions on historical sites. In this context the site plan forms part of a legal
agreement, and there may be a requirement for it to be drawn up by a licensed professional:
architect, engineer, landscape architect or land surveyor. Find one of the best residential
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An elevation is a view of a building seen from one side, a flat representation of one façade. This
is the most common view used to describe the external appearance of a building. Each
elevation is labeled in relation to the compass direction it faces, e.g. the north elevation of a
building is the side that most closely faces north. Buildings are rarely a simple rectangular shape
in plan, so a typical elevation may show all the parts of the building that are seen from a
particular direction.
Geometrically, an elevation is a horizontal orthographic projection of a building on to a vertical
plane, the vertical plane normally being parallel to one side of the building. Well known
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A cross section, also simply called a section, represents a vertical plane cut through the object,
in the same way as a floor plan is a horizontal section viewed from the top. In the section view,
everything cut by the section plane is shown as a bold line, often with a solid fill to show objects
that are cut through, and anything seen beyond generally shown in a thinner line. Sections are
used to describe the relationship between different levels of a building. In the Observatorium
drawing illustrated here, the section shows the dome which can be seen from the outside, a
second dome that can only be seen inside the building, and the way the space between the two
accommodates a large astronomical telescope: relationships that would be difficult to
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A sectional elevation is a combination of a cross section, with elevations of other parts of the
building seen beyond the section plane.
Geometrically, a cross section is a horizontal orthographic projection of a building on to a
vertical plane, with the vertical plane cutting through the building.

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