Construction Drawings and Details for Interiors: Basic Skills
- includes such details as furniture, finishes, lighting, and others.
- features authors drawings as well as those from practicing professionals.
- covers drafting fundamentals and conventions; drawing types, plans, and schedules; and computer-aided design.
- addresses graphic language as a communication tool.
- details the process of creating construction documents, the use of computers, and various reproduction systems and standards.
- includes examples of both residential and commercial interiors.
- is an essential reference for NCIDQ examination.
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PART I: DRAWING, EQUIPMENT, AND FUNDAMENTALS.
Drawing as Communication.
Drafting Equipment and Its Care.
Drawing and Drafting Fundamentals.
Drawing Classification Systems.
PART II: CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.
Construction Drawings, Specifications, and Contracts.
Specialty Drawings and Details.
Furniture Installation Plans.
Furnishings and Equipment Plans.
Reflected Ceiling and Electrical Plans.
Mechanical and Plumbing Plans.
Reproduction Methods and Computers.
Appendix A: MasterFormatTM Level Two Numbers and Titles.
Appendx B: Section Format Outline.
Appendix C: Sample ADA Guidelines.
Appendix D: Abbreviations for Construction Drawings.
ROSEMARY KILMER, ASID, IDEC, is an associate professor of interior design at Purdue University. During her career, she has served on the board of directors for the NCIDQ.
The Kilmers head their own design practice, Kilmer and Associates, an architectural and interior design firm.