Exterior Interior Elevation Oblique: The whole idea in one projection

Exterior Interior Elevation Oblique: The whole idea in one projection

Both exploded and expanded views are excellent tools for examining the way details are put together.

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BY BEA MARTIN

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I traced this wonderful drawing by Bolles-Wilson Architects, with less detail though. This is a perfect example of how to show the entirety of a project, at all levels, on only one projection drawing.

Traced drawing | Suzuki house by Bolles-Wilson Architects,

 


 

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