Orthographic projection refers to a system of interrelated two-dimensional
views of a building. The information in the drawings needs to be both
accurate and interconnected to tell the story of the building and
communicate the proposed scheme clearly using a system that is universally
recognized and understood. These drawings are two-dimensional images
that need to be read and interpreted as a three-dimensional building or
Develop an understanding of the basic principles of drawing using a range of
media to record and communicate visual information.
On successful completion of this module the student will be able to:
CLO 3: Draw and compose two dimensional 2D & 3D orthographic drawings
with correct architectural drafting symbol & a working knowledge of manual
You are required to produce orthographic projections for a residential
building that given to you. List of drawings as per details below:
1. One Plan (two floors)
2. Four Sectional Elevations
The drawings need to be perfect with all the criteria’s stated below:
Grid Line – According to column arrangements or main walls.
Proper dimension – in millimeter only (do not write mm on dimension)
Dimension line to be in proper order and with slash style.
Proper architectural symbols for stairs, windows, doors, etc.
Section line with proper architectural symbol.
Floor and wall material properly indicated and drawn.
Furniture & fittings
Drawing title in larger writing
6. (a) PLAN
6. (b) SECTIONAL ELEVATION