Elevations…

Introduction:

After the slide show, the first task we were asked to do was an elevation and extended elevation of six tetris blocks from a hand out.

We did this to scale with the each block 1m by 1m:

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Tetris blocks exercise

Elevation practice:

On the elevation indication plan hand out, we were asked to draw elevation c at a scale of 1:50 on the scale ruler.

Here is my drawing:

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Elevation

Group task:

In groups we had to decide on a space to do our elevation or extended elevation.

We chose this space pictured below:

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Original photo

We all did a quick sketch with the measurements on while two people measured with a tape measure to take back to the studio as shown below:

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Rough sketch of measurements

Extended elevation drawing:

I drew the extended elevation at 1:20 on A3 and then added furniture and a person to my plan as shown below:

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Extended elevation
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Extended elevation
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Extended elevation

Summary:

I improved my knowledge on elevations this lesson which is a key skill as you need to be able to draw these to show the client what the walls will look like. Plus it shows the furniture and style of doors better.

~Emily~

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