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12 6

Asphalt Shingles

Ceiling Line

6’ − 8"

4

12

6" Siding 1"x8" Fascia

Floor Line

1’ − 0"

Brick

7’ − 0"

6’ − 8"

Window Line Floor Line

Finish Grade Galvanized Window Well

0’ − 10"

9’ − 0"

8" Concrete Porch 10" Concrete Wall 16"x8" Footing

0’ − 8" 3’ − 6"

1’ − 0"

9’ − 0"

Ceiling Line

Garage Door Offset 1’−0:

Finish Grade

0’ − 10" 3’ − 6"

8’ − 0"

Window Line

20"x10" Footing

South Elevation Scale 1/8" = 1’−0"

Mr. Molinari Architectural Drawing

Title:

Downers Grove South

Drawn by:

South Elevation Mr. Molinari

Client Name: Project Name:

Jim Smith Downers Dream

Checked by: Revision 2 5/7/2010 2:51:02 PM

B-1 Scale: 1/8" = 1'-0"


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Deck 4" Decking 14’ − 0" 11’ − 1"

7’ − 10"

3’ − 6" 3’ − 6"

3’ − 8"2’ − 0"

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3 3

Great Room Hardwood

589 SF

6’ − 6"

3

371 SF

5’ − 7"

Kitchen / Nook Hardwood

19’ − 0"

3 5’ − 0"

3’ − 3"

6’ − 5"

4’ − 0"

16’ − 1"

Entrance / Foyer Hardwood

3

229 SF

10’ − 0"

3

F

3 3

Office Hardwood

E

3

K

Garage Concrete

6’ − 7"

204 SF

12’ − 5"

255 SF

I 3’ − 8"

L

17’ − 0"

17’ − 2" 3

Living Room Hardwood

Powder Hardwood 37 SF

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3

11’ −77 2"SF

9’ − 3"

5’ − 6"

11’ − 10"

3

H

8’ − 1"

5’ − 5"

Hand Railing

Mud Room Tile

7’ − 1"

Arched Opening

A

11’ − 1"

Arched Opening

3’ − 0"

3

3’ − 6"

5’ − 8"

246 SF

68’ − 0"

3’ − 6"

14’ − 0"

4

3’ − 3"

1’ − 9"1’ − 6"

Ref.

3’ − 6" 2’ − 6"

5’ − 0"

5’ − 0"

16’ − 8"

Game Room Carpet

Arched Opening

1184 SF

16’ − 4" 3

3

6’ − 0"

3 3

7’ − 7"

10’ − 2"

C

3’ − 6"

4’ − 10" 2’ − 7"

33’ − 10"

16’ − 6"

10’ − 0"

3

5’ − 5"

3’ − 6"

16’ − 1"

3

5’ − 8"

2’ − 7"3’ − 0"

8’ − 0"

DW

3

6’ − 10"

3

4

1

2’ − 10"3’ − 6"

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3

3

20’ − 4" 3’ − 1"

3’ − 6"

8’ − 0"

6’ − 0"

6’ − 0"

6’ − 0"

16’ − 0"

3’ − 6"

9’ − 2"

11’ − 6"

16’ − 0" 6’ − 6"

2’ − 4"

11’ − 8"

24’ − 6"

18’ − 7"

6’

D 7’ − 3"

3’ − 6"

10’ − 11" 26’ − 0"

4’ − 4"

6’ − 1"

3’ − 6"

6’ − 1"

12’ − 5"

11’ − 7"

15’ − 8"

24’ − 0"

8’ − 8"

8’ − 6" 17’ − 2"

82’ − 10"

Floor Plan 1 Scale: 3/32 = 1’−0"

Mr. Molinari Architectural Drawing

Title:

Downers Grove South

Drawn by:

Floor Plan 1 Designer

Client Name: Project Name:

Jim Smith Downers Dream

Checked by: Checker 5/7/2010 2:51:30 PM

B-6 Scale: 3/32" = 1'-0"


10" Concrete Column With 4"x4" Treated Post

4’ − 0"

5’ − 8"

Typ. Spacing 5’ − 8" 14’ − 0"

5’ − 5" Typ. Spacing

Typ. Spacing

16’ − 0"

20’ − 4"

16’ − 6" 2’ − 11"3’ − 0"

6’ − 4"

9’ − 0"

5’ − 2"

2’ − 11"

Galvanized Window Well

16’ − 3"

5

Basement 4" Concrete

5

1’ − 4"

Garage Unexcavated 6’ − 2"

25’ − 6"

35’ − 6"

7’ − 10"

0’ − 8"

6’ − 7"

67’ − 11"

13’ − 9"

26’ − 3"

13’ − 9"

14’ − 5"

4’ − 0"

13’ − 9"

Sump Pump

4’ − 11"

10’ − 7"

Furnace

Porch Unexcavated

6’ − 0"

Concrete Wall 0’ − 10"

Concrete Footing 1’ − 4"

1’ − 8" Concrete Footing

0’ − 8" Concrete Wall 7’ − 9"

7’ − 9"

Ramp 4" Concrete

26’ − 2"

26’ − 6"

16’ − 3"

4’ − 0"

16’ − 3"

13’ − 1"

5’ − 8"

5

3’x3’x1’ Concrete Pier

16’ − 3"

40’ − 3"

4’ − 0"

13’ − 1" 5’ − 7"

5 12x26 Wide Flange I−Beam

8’ − 6"

2’ − 4"

Deck

8’ − 0"

8’ − 0"

5’ − 11"

3’ − 0"

6’ − 0"

Typ. Spacing

5’ − 11"

6’ − 1"

15’ − 8"

24’ − 0"

17’ − 0"

82’ − 10"

Foundation Plan Scale: 3/32 = 1’−0"

Mr. Molinari Architectural Drawing

Title:

Downers Grove South

Drawn by:

Foundation Plan Mr. Molinari

Client Name: Project Name:

Jim Smith Downers Dream

Checked by: Mr. Molinari 5/7/2010 2:51:11 PM

B-2 Scale: 3/32" = 1'-0"


Foundation Plan Not to Scale

Mr. Molinari Architectural Drawing

Title:

Downers Grove South

3D - Foundation Plan

Drawn by:

Designer

Client Name: Project Name:

Jim Smith Downers Dream

Checked by: Checker 5/7/2010 2:58:03 PM

B-4 Scale:


Deck 4" Decking

DW

Kitchen / Nook Hardwood

Great Room Hardwood 371 SF

Ref.

589 SF

Game Room Carpet 246 SF

Arched Opening

Arched Opening

Mud Room Tile

Hand Railing

77 SF

Powder Hardwood Living Room Hardwood 255 SF

Arched Opening

37 SF

Entrance / Foyer Hardwood 229 SF

Office Hardwood

Garage Concrete

204 SF

1184 SF

Concrete Porch Concrete

Cocnrete Ramp

Floor Plan 1 Scale: 3/32 = 1’−0"

Mr. Molinari Architectural Drawing

Title:

Downers Grove South

Drawn by:

Floor Plan 1 Designer

Client Name: Project Name:

Jim Smith Downers Dream

Checked by: Checker 5/7/2010 3:14:47 PM

B-6 Scale: 3/32" = 1'-0"


Printer Properties

12 6

Asphalt Shingles

Oversize C Sheet 24" Roll Auto Rotate Paper

Ceiling Line Window Line 12

4

6" Siding 1"x8" Fascia

Floor Line

Revit Setup

Oversize C Sheet Center Plot Zoom to 100%

Brick

Ceiling Line Window Line Floor Line

Finish Grade 10" Concrete Wall 16"x8" Footing 20"x10" Footing

South Elevation Scale 1/8" = 1’−0"

Deck 4" Decking

DW

Kitchen / Nook Hardwood

Great Room Hardwood 371 SF

Ref.

589 SF

Game Room Carpet 246 SF

Arched Opening

Arched Opening

Mud Room Tile

Hand Railing

77 SF

Powder Hardwood 37 SF

Living Room Hardwood

Arched Opening

Finish Grade

255 SF

Entrance / Foyer Hardwood 229 SF

Office Hardwood

Garage Concrete

204 SF

1184 SF

South East Perspective

Concrete Porch Concrete

Cocnrete Ramp

First Floor Plan Scale 1/8" = 1’−0"

Mr. Molinari Architectural Drawing

Downers Grove South High School

Title: Drawn by:

Landscape Designer

Client Name: Project Name:

Jim Smith Downers Dream

Checker Checked by: 5/10/2010 11:56:05 AM

C-1 Scale: As indicated


Floor Plan 1 Not to Scale

Mr. Molinari Architectural Drawing

Title:

Downers Grove South

Drawn by:

3D Cut Floor Plan Mr. Molinari

Client Name: Project Name:

Jim Smith Downers Dream

Checked by: Checker 5/7/2010 3:53:47 PM

B-9 Scale:


Wood Rafter − Plumb Cut − Truss Roof

12 4

Create Special Lines Settings − Lines Styles

03 - Roof 19' - 0" All Window Heights are Head Height 6’ 8"

All Interior Walls are 4− 1/2"

Floor Thickness 11 1/2"

02 - Floor 2 10' - 0" 01.1 - Ceiling 1 Roof 1 9' - 0"

0’ − 4 1/2"

8’ − 11 1/2"

All Window Heights are Head Height 6’ 8" from Level 1

1st Floor Ceiling Height 9’−0"

6’ − 8"

Dimesnioned Window Height 6’8"

Floors @ Level Height

2" x 10" Floor Joist

Brick on Stud Wall 0’ − 9 1/2"

6’ − 8"

6−1/2" Siding or Brick on Stud Wall Types

3’ − 6"

01 - Floor 1 0' - 0"

Mr. Molinari Architectural Drawing

11’ − 0"

00 - Foundation -10' - 0"

0’ − 8" 1’ − 8"

2’ − 0"

TOF/BOE -1' - 0"

8" Foundation Wall Check 8" Height on Footing 4" Toe & Heel − Footing

0’ − 8"

0’ − 10"

9’ − 11 1/2"

Porchs,Stairs,Dec ks

1’ − 0"

Add Footings under Structural Tab−Foundation

0’ − 10"

Filled Region For Footings under 0’ − 8"

1’ − 0"

12" Foundation Wall Check 12" Height on Footing 6" Toe & Heel − Footing

10" Foundation Wall Check 10" Height on Footing 5" Toe & Heel − Footing

1’ − 4"

Basement Floor is 4" Concrete Offset 4" from Level Foundation

Title:

Downers Grove South

Drawn by:

Section View Mr. Molinari

Client Name: Project Name:

Owner Project Name

Checked by: Checker 5/14/2010 10:06:14 AM

A107 Scale: 3/16" = 1'-0"


1. Set the current layer to the Pink Viewport

layer.

2. Click on the appropriate Layout tab at the bottom. 3. Go to the View Tab and create a Rectangular Viewport

4. Click on the Pink Viewport your created and Scale the Viewport. Pan the drawing to center on the paper. 5. Right Click on Layout tab and click on Page Setup Manager and click Modify You may see an error message click past the error message by clicking ok. 6. Make sure your setup has the following Settings.

Paper Size will vary from drawing to drawing. Check with Mr. Molinari

7. Right Click on Layout tab and click Plot. 8. Click on Preview to double check your drawing and settings. 9. Click on the Print icon in the corner.


Printing to a PDF File   

Before you print – Setup up the View  1. Remember to apply correct View Template  ‐ Always using Drawing Template for typical floor Plan and elevations drawings  2. Use Hide in View command, NOT!!  Sunglasses to hide unwanted objects in a view!!  3. Crop View  and make sure view has these setting at bottom of view        

 

 

 

 

 

Step 1         

   

   

   

   

   

Step 2         

   

        Step 3            Open PDF File you saved & File Print                             

Select  Sheet 

   

          Step 4    Properties of Plotter Paper Quality Tab 

Click  Properties 

       

Save to PDF  in H ‐ Drive 

 

         

View PDF File to Check for Mistakes!!!      Revit Sheet Size  Oversize B  ‐ 12”x18”  Oversize C – 24”x 18”  Oversize D – 34” x 22” 

 

 

Cut Paper Size    22 ½”x 18”   

     

Paper Types  Must Match!


Lexmark 11*17 Printing Instructions Revit Printing Instructions – for Floor Plans & Elevations – No Renders!! Remember to apply correct View Template to each sheet you Plot!

Step 1

Select Sheet

Step 3

Step 2


Printing with Photoshop Step 1 Export as a JPEG from Revit

Step 2 Bring into Photoshop and adjust Curves

Curves Dialogue

Step 3 Print from Photoshop

Step 4 Page Setup Setting for 500 Printer

Step 5 Effects Tab of Page Setup


Exporting Revit Images & Editing with Photoshop 1. Export multiple images to your Portfolio Folder

2. Open the JPEG with Photoshop Crop if necessary & Apply a Filter a.

Artistic i. Poster Edges b. Brush Strokes i. Accented Edges ii. Ink Outlines c. Sketch i. Graphic Pen ii. Halftone Pattern iii. Note Paper iv. Photocopy v. Stamp d. Texture i. Texturizer 1. Burlap 2. Mosaic Tile 3. Sandstone 4. Canvas ii. Craquelure iii. Grain – Horizontal edges – 2D Views Only

3. Save As the file as a copy!!!!


Architectural Portfolio – Final Instructions and Rubric 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Final Presentation must be in PDF format. Drawings should be in chronological order. Title Slides required for each section. Cropping and the use of multiple filters is strongly encouraged. Arch 2 & 3 students must have a logo. Name of PORTFOLIO FILE - Last name Portfolio 2011 Organize your H: Drive – All JPGs and PDF’s go into the Last Name Portfolio Folder. 8. All other drawings go in Last Name Arch 1,2 3 Drawings Folder.

Architectural Portfolio's Ten Scale

Possible Points

Points Received

Title Slides

10

20

20

# of slides (55 D) (65 C) (75 B) (85 A)

10 10 10 10

50 30 30 30

50 30 30 30

10 10 10 10 10

30 20 20 20 30

30 20 20 20 30

Graded Areas

View Selection / Visual Impact Graphic Clarity and Quality Photoshop Filters and Editing - Multiple Image Cropping Organization Plan Presentations Chronological Logo and Name

280 100.00%

Total Points H:\ Organization Portfolio Folder Files Turned In Participation Particiaption Totals Final Portfolio Grade

10 10 10 10

10 20 20 50 100 100.00% 100%

10 20 20 50


Floor Plans The floor plan is a section drawing where the cutting plane passes through the structure about four feet above the floor and parallel to it. The purpose of the floor plan is to show the location and dimensions of exterior and interior walls, windows, doors, major appliances, cabinets, fireplaces, and other fixed features of the house. These Features Should Be Included: • Exterior and interior walls – size and location • Size and location of windows and doors • Built-in cabinets and appliances • Permanent fixtures • Stairs and fireplaces • Walks, patios, and decks • Beams and arches • Room names, sizes, and notes • Material symbols • Location and size dimensions • Scale of the drawing

Architecture Handouts Copyright by The Goodheart-Willcox Company, Inc. Permission granted to reproduce for educational use only

Handout 18-1


Drawing Floor Plans

Prepare a space diagram. Draw the exterior walls. Draw the interior walls. Locate the doors and windows. Draw the stairs. Draw the fireplace. Draw walks, patios, and porches. Draw the cabinets, appliances, and fixtures. Add dimensions to the plan. Add room names, notes, and material symbols. Add the scale and title. Check the entire drawing for errors.

Architecture Handouts Copyright by The Goodheart-Willcox Company, Inc. Permission granted to reproduce for educational use only

Handout 18-2


Elevations An elevation is an orthographic projection drawing that shows one side of the building. The purpose of an elevation is to show the finished appearance of a given side of the building with vertical height dimensions. These Features Should Be Included: • The side of the structure the elevation represents • Finished grade lines • Finished floor and ceiling levels • Location of exterior wall corners • Windows and doors • Roof features such as pitch, chimney, ridge, and eave lines • Vertical dimensions of important features • General and specific notes • Porches, decks, and patios • Cutting-plane lines if needed • Material symbols (may be limited to front elevation) • Scale of the drawing

Architecture Handouts Copyright by The Goodheart-Willcox Company, Inc. Permission granted to reproduce for educational use only

Handout 20-1


Architecture Handout 11.2