Basic AutoCAD for Interior Designers Using AutoCAD 2002
For undergraduate courses in Introduction to AutoCAD, Soph./Jr.-level courses in Interior Design, and ideal for use in design studio courses requiring CAD drafting skills.Focusing on professional skills, this highly-praised compilation of project/task-driven tutorials arms interior design students with solid, practical know-how and provides numerous examples that follow current professional drafting conventions and standards. Written for beginners with minimal computing experience, it talks students through projects in simple language, and enhances their learning experience with a wealth of visual support.
- Paperback | 336 pages
- 207.8 x 278.4 x 15.2mm | 653.18g
- 13 Dec 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- Peachpit Press Publications
- Berkeley, United States
Table of contents
1. Basic AutoCAD Knowledge. 2. Drawing a Floor Plan. 3. Adding to the Floor Plan. 4. Get Organized Using Layers. 5. Finishing the Floor Plan. 6. Dimensions. 7. Plotting. 8. Drawing an Elevation. 9. Drawing a Detail. 10. Assembling the Finished Drawing. 11. Building a 3D Model. 12. Rendering. 13. Posting the Drawings to the Web. Appendices. Index.