CONSTRUCTION DETAILING FOR INTERIOR DESIGN

PJ do Val

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ISBN:
9781501326417
Published:
SEP 05, 2019
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"The amount of illustrations with straightforward explanation is a huge help." Cristina McCarthy, North Coast College, USA

Improve your drafting skills and construction-documents literacy. With this book you can follow step-by-step details of interior elements, learn drafting terms, develop and customize details, create full construction document sets, and adhere to the 2015 International Building Codes and the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines codes. Each chapter shows you key terms, Tips and Tricks, questions, equations, practical problems, and a sample plan with new elements. There's also an illustrated glossary.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments

Part 1
1. Basics of Detailing
I. The Importance of Detailing
II. Types of Detail Drawings
A. Detailing Characteristics and Elements
B. Scale
C. Line Type
D. Line Weight
E. Dimensioning
F. Annotations
G. Material Designation
H. Drawing Markers
III. How to Place Dimensions
IV. Starting a Detail
V. Why Is This Important?
VI. Chapter Review
VII. Chapter Terminology
2. Hand Drafting Basics
I. Architectural Scale
II. Line Type
III. Line Weight
IV. Dimensioning
V. Annotations
VI. Material Designation
VII. Elevation Symbols
VIII. Section Cut Markers
IX. Detail Callouts
X. Chapter Review
XI. Chapter Terminology
3. Computer-Aided Drafting Basics
I. Chapter Disclaimer
II. Scale
III. Line Type
IV. Line Weight
V. Dimensioning
VI. Annotations
VII. Material Designation
VIII. Elevation Symbols
IX. Section Cut Markers
X. Detail Callouts
XI. Chapter Review
XII. Chapter Terminology
4. Revit Basics
I. Chapter Disclaimer
II. Scale
III. Line Type
IV. Line Weight
V. Dimensioning
VI. Annotations
VII. Material Designation
VIII. Elevation Symbols
IX. Section Cut Markers
X. Detail Callouts
XI. Chapter Review
XII. Chapter Terminology
Part 2
5. Walls and Openings
I. About Walls and Openings
II. Drafting Stud Wall Plan and Section
A. Wood Stud
B. Steel Stud
III. Drafting Stud Wall Elevations
A. From Dimensions
B. From Plan – Steel
C. From Elevation – Wood
IV. Drafting Opening Frames
A. Wood Opening
B. Aluminum Window Frame
V. Drafting Door Frames
A. Wood
B. Aluminum
VI. Why Is This Important?
VI. Chapter Review
VII. Example Plan Updates
VIII. Chapter Terminology
IX. Wall and Opening Codes
6. Ceilings
I. About Ceilings
II. Drafting Ceiling Details
A. Suspended Acoustic Ceiling Tiles System
B. Suspended Gypsum Wallboard System
C. Suspended Acoustic Ceiling Tiles and Gypsum Wallboard System, Flush
D. Suspended Gypsum Wallboard Cove and Recessed Acoustic Ceiling Tiles System
E. Direct Install Gypsum Wallboard
F. Soffit
G. Box Beams
III. Why Is This Important?
IV. Chapter Review
V. Example Plan Updates
VI. Chapter Terminology
VII. Ceiling Codes
7. Millwork
I. About Millwork
A. Wall-Mounted Millwork
B. Profiles
C. Joinery
II. Drafting Wall-Applied Millwork
A. Elevation
B. Section
III. Why Is This Important?
IV. Chapter Review
V. Example Plan Updates
VI. Chapter Terminology
VII. Millwork Codes
8. Cabinetry
I. About Cabinetry
II. Base Cabinet Details
A. Elevation
B. Section
III. Wall Cabinet Details
A. Elevation
B. Section
IV. Base/Wall Combination
A. Elevation
B. Section
V. Why Is This Important?
VI. Chapter Review
VII. Example Plan Updates
VIII. Chapter Terminology
IX. Cabinetry Codes
9. Stairs
I. About Stairs
A. Types of Stairs
B. Stair Layouts
II. Calculating Stairs
III. Drafting a Wooden Direct Run
IV. Residential
A. Plan
B. Elevations
1) Side Elevation
2) Front Elevation
C. Sections
1) Full and Housed Stringer
2) Open Stringer with Rail
3) Full Flight
D. Other Wooden Elements
V. Drafting a Steel U-Run
VI. Commercial
A. Plan
B. Full Flight Section
C. Elevation
D. Other Steel Elements
VII. Why Is This Important?
VIII. Chapter Review
IX. Example Plan Updates
X. Chapter Terminology
XI. Stair Codes
10. Custom Elements
I. About Customization
II. Custom Tile Patterns
A. Kitchen Backsplash
B. Bathroom Floor Tile Pattern
C. Bathroom Tile Floor Plan
III. Custom Case Piece
A. Elevation
B. Drawer Stack Section
C. Cubby and Bench Section
IV. Custom Reception Desk
A. Reception Desk Elevation
B. Reception Counter Section
C. Desk Hutch Section
D. Full Section
V. Why Is This Important?
VI. Chapter Review
VII. Example Plan Updates
VIII. Chapter Terminology
IX. Chapter Codes
Part 3
11. Completing the Set
I. About Organizing a Construction Drawing Set
A. Page Numbering Systems
B. Laying out the Pages
C. Adding Communicative Symbols
II. Completing the Construction Set
A. Hand Drafting
B. Computer-Aided Drafting
C. Revit
III. Why Is This Important?
IV. Chapter Review
V. Chapter Terminology
VI. Sample Construction Drawing Set

Appendices
Appendix A. Americans with Disabilities Act Standards
Appendix B. International Building Code
Appendix C. Symbols, Annotations, and Materials
Appendix D. Construction Basics
Appendix E. Wall Types
Appendix F. Frames and Openings
Appendix G. Ceiling Types
Appendix H. Millwork and Cabinet Styles
Appendix I. Stairs, Nosings, and Rails
Appendix J. Tile Patterns
Appendix K. Project Plan Shell A
Appendix L. Project Plan Shell B
Glossary
Index



About The Authors

PJ do Val is a lecturer in the interior design department at Endicott College and the owner of Vega Custom Designs.

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