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The Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings

Bakhoum, Nagy R. / Wakita, Osamu A.


6. Auflage Januar 2024
640 Seiten, Softcover

ISBN: 978-1-119-87533-8
John Wiley & Sons

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Unique resource combining guidance on professional practice with creating working drawings that clearly communicate a design between builder and client

Revised and updated with new content reflecting the urgent challenges of sustainability and working life, The Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings is a complete guide to the skills needed to create a set of drawings that clearly and effectively communicate a design, combining the practice of architecture with the development of working drawings--two concepts which are inherently intertwined.

This Sixth Edition has been extensively edited, tightened, and rearranged, with a fresh approach matching the experience of students moving into their first professional positions.

With new examples and images throughout, The Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings contains information on:
* Processes and procedures of developing working drawings, to organize and educate students in this important skill
* Crucial concepts that real-world techniques architects rely on every day, from site, floor, framing, and foundation plans, to building sections and elevations
* Standards, customs, regulations, and symbols, alongside computer-generated drawings, 3D modeling, Building Information Modeling, and other architectural technology
* Sustainable concepts, foundation types, building sections, schedules, and more

The Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings is an ideal learning resource for beginner, intermediate, and advanced drafting courses, ranging from high school to community college and into the first and second years of traditional university courses. The text may also be helpful for professionals looking to advance their skill sets.

Preface xiii

About The Companion Website xv

Part I Professional Foundations 1

Chapter 1 Professional Foundations 3

Introduction 4

The Physical Office 5

Office Structure 5

Resource Library 7

Design Process Introduction 9

Building Code Requirements 15

Regional Considerations 18

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 22

Chapter 2 Standards and Techniques 35

Office Standards 36

Freehand and Hand Drafting 36

The Dimensional Reference System 72

Specifications 73

Building Materials and Methods 75

Building Information Modeling (BIM) 87

Floor Plan 92

Abbreviations 97

Chapter 3 Sustainable Architecture 111

Sustainable Architecture 112

Other Sources of Impact 120

Mold 123

Energy Sources 124

Chapter 4 Preparation Phase for Construction Documents 132

Phases of Architecture 133

Project Programming 135

Guidelines for Construction Documents 136

From SD, DD, to cd 137

Selecting the Primary Structural System 138

Requirements of Consultants 138

Interrelationship of Drawings 140

Project Book 142

Architect/Client Relationship 158

Part II Document Evolution 167

Chapter 5 Site Analysis and Site Documents 169

Introduction 170

Site Analysis Defined 170

Site Analysis Applied 172

Soils and Geology Map 176

Site Plan/Plot Plan 176

Grading Plan 182

Site and Grading Plan 185

Drainage Plan 191

Erosion and Sediment Control Plans 194

The Utility Plan 194

Circulation Plan 194

Landscape, Irrigation, and Drainage Plans 195

Chapter 6 Floor Plan 204

Floor Plans 205

Types of Floor Plans 206

Symbols 217

Other Floor Plan Considerations 224

Drawing a Floor Plan with a Computer 228

Case Studies: Working Drawing Development 237

Chapter 7 Roof Plans 261

Roof Plans 262

Roof Plans Exercises 262

Odd Geometry Roof Design 268

Computer Drawn Roof Plans 271

Drawing a BIM Roof Plan 272

Chapter 8 Building Sections 273

Building Sections 274

Drafting a Building Section 278

Types of Building Sections 279

Sample Design and Detailed Building Sections 285

Materials and Building Sections 290

Chapter 9 Exterior and Interior Elevations 300

Purpose of Exterior Elevations 301

Material Designations 310

Drafting an Exterior Elevation 318

Weatherproofing 320

Drawing an Elevation with and without a Model 322

Case Studies: Working Drawing Development 324

Interior Elevations Purpose 330

Dimensions and Intersections 339

Drafting an Interior Elevation: Examples 340

Computers and Interior Elevations 342

Case Studies for Interior Development 347

Chapter 10 Schedules: Door, Windows, Finish, and Others 353

Schedules 354

Interior Finish Schedules 357

CAD and BIM Generated Schedules 360

Other Schedules 363

Chapter 11 Foundation, Floor, and Roof Framing Systems 369

Foundation 370

Types of Foundations 370

Examples 378

Summary of Typical Conventions for Foundation Plans 384

Exterior and Interior Walls 387

A Steel Structure 388

Case Studies for Development 391

Framing Systems 401

Wood Floor Systems 404

Wood Wall Systems 410

Wood Roof Systems 415

Conventions 422

Chapter 12 Architectural Details and Vertical Links (Stairs/Elevators) 436

Architectural Details 437

Freehand Detail Sketches 437

Detail Development 442

Architectural and Structural Details 443

Stairs and Other Vertical Links 450

Sample Drawings of Details 468

Part III Application of Working Drawings in Practice 473

Chapter 13 Additions/Alterations, Historical Preservation (Restoration), and Tenant Improvements (TI) 475

Architectural Additions and Alterations 476

Historic Preservation (Restoration) 477

Tenant Improvement 480

Sample--Madison-B Building 481

Development of the Keim Building 483

Working Drawing Stages 494

Chapter 14 One-Story Conventional Wood-Framed Structures 506

Program and Site Analisis 507

Schematic Design 507

Design Development 513

Construction Documents 514

Chapter 15 Construction Documents for a Two-Story, Wood-Framed Residence with BIM 526

Program and Site Analysis 527

CD, DD, and CD Development 527

BIM-Drawn Two-Story Wood-Framed Residence 560

Chapter 16 Commercial Buildings 584

Program, Site, and SD 585

DD and CD 585

Margaux--Masonry Building CD 589

Index 607
Nagy R. Bakhoum is a licensed architect and principal of Obelisk Architects in Torrance, California, and a Professor of Architecture in the Los Angeles Community College system. Nagy has worked on high-end residential and commercial projects around the world.

Osamu A. Wakita, HON. AIA, (deceased) was a retired professor of architecture and former department chair at Los Angeles Harbor College.

N. R. Bakhoum, Obelisk Architects in Torrance, CA; O. A. Wakita, Los Angeles Harbor College