AutoCAD for Interior Design and Space Planning Using AutoCAD 2002 / Edition 1

AutoCAD for Interior Design and Space Planning Using AutoCAD 2002 / Edition 1

by Beverly L. Kirkpatrick, James M. Kirkpatrick, James M. Kirkpatrick
     
 

ISBN-10: 0130971073

ISBN-13: 9780130971074

Pub. Date: 12/14/2001

Publisher: Prentice Hall

Written specifically for practitioners of interior design, this book helps readers learn AutoCAD by actually using it in planning and designing a wide variety of realistic interiors. It covers both 2- and 3-dimensional aspects of AutoCAD 2002. Using a non-technical writing style and hands-on PROMPT/RESPONSE tutorial approach, it takes readers step-by-step through the…  See more details below

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Written specifically for practitioners of interior design, this book helps readers learn AutoCAD by actually using it in planning and designing a wide variety of realistic interiors. It covers both 2- and 3-dimensional aspects of AutoCAD 2002. Using a non-technical writing style and hands-on PROMPT/RESPONSE tutorial approach, it takes readers step-by-step through the creation of all of the drawings necessary for a space planning project (Tenant Space project)—from floor plans, elevations, and furniture planning, through power and lighting plans, to isometric and three-dimensional drawings. An Overview of the AutoCAD Program; Preparing to Draw with AutoCAD; Drawing with AutoCAD: Basic Commands and Settings; Drawing with AutoCAD: Conference and Lecture Rooms; Adding Text to the Drawing; Printing and Plotting; Drawing the Floor Plan: Walls, Doors, and Windows; Dimensioning and Area Calculations; Drawing Elevations, Wall Sections, and Details; Drawing and Adding Specifications to Furnishings and the AutoCAD Design Center; Drawing the Reflected Ceiling Plan and Power Plan; Isometric Drawing; Creating Presentations and Creating a Web Page Using AutoCAD; Using Raster Images and Grips; Customizing Toolbars and Menus; Basic Three-Dimensional Models; Solid Modeling. For interior designers.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780130971074
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
12/14/2001
Edition description:
NEW ED..
Pages:
559
Product dimensions:
8.20(w) x 10.70(h) x 1.10(d)

Table of Contents

Part IPreparing to Draw With Autocad1
1Introduction1
AutoCAD for Interior Design and Space Planning1
Benefits of Using AutoCAD1
Types of Drawings Completed in the Chapter Exercises2
Additional Topics Described in the Chapter Exercises11
2An Overview of the AutoCAD Program12
Exercise 2-1Start Microsoft Windows, Start the AutoCAD Program, Examine the AutoCAD Screen, and Exit AutoCAD12
3Preparing to Draw with AutoCAD26
Introduction26
Following the Exercises in This Book26
Exercise 3-1Beginning an AutoCAD Drawing Using "Start from Scratch": Setting Units, Limits, Grid, and Snap; Creating Layers; Saving Your Work and Exiting AutoCAd27
Part IITwo-Dimensional Autocad47
4Drawing with AutoCAD: Basic Commands and Settings47
Introduction47
Exercise 4-1Drawing Lines and Circles50
Exercise 4-2Drawing Arcs, Ellipses, and Solids69
Exercise 4-3Drawing Shapes79
Exercise 4-4Drawing a Pattern80
Exercise 4-5Drawing Shapes II81
5Drawing with AutoCAD: Conference and Lecture Rooms84
Exercise 5-1Drawing a Rectangular Conference Room Including Furniture84
Exercise 5-2Drawing a Rectangular Lecture Room Including Furniture104
Exercise 5-3Drawing a Curved Conference Room Including Furniture113
Exercise 5-4Drawing a Rectangular Conference Room Including Furniture118
Exercise 5-5Drawing a Rectangular Lecture Room Including Furniture119
6Adding Text to the Drawing123
Exercise 6-1Placing Text on Drawings123
7Printing and Plotting142
Introduction142
Exercise 7-1Print/Plot Responses for Exercise 6-1, Using the Model Tab142
Exercise 7-2Print/Plot Responses for Exercise 5-1, Using a Layout Wizard152
Exercise 7-3Print/Plot Responses for Exercise 5-2, Using Page Setup155
8Drawing the Floor Plan: Walls, Doors, and Windows162
The Tenant Space Project162
Exercise 8-1Tenant Space Floor Plan162
Exercise 8-2Office I Floor Plan188
Exercise 8-3Office II Floor Plan188
Exercise 8-4House Floor Plan194
Exercise 8-5Country Club Floor Plan194
9Dimensioning and Area Calculations196
Six Basic Types of Dimensions196
Dimensioning Variables196
Exercise 9-1Dimensioning the Tenant Space Floor Plan Using Linear Dimensions210
Exercise 9-2Associative Dimension Commands and Grips225
Exercise 9-3Angular, Diameter, Radius, and Ordinate Dimensioning232
Exercise 9-4Tenant Space Total Square Feet237
Exercise 9-5Use QDIM to Dimension the Conference Room from Exercise 5-1241
Exercise 9-6Office I Dimensioned Plan243
Exercise 9-7Office II Dimensioned Plan243
Exercise 9-8House Dimensioned Plan243
Exercise 9-9Country Club Dimensioned Plan243
10Drawing Elevations, Wall Sections, and Details251
Introduction251
Exercise 10-1Tenant Space: Elevation of Conference Room Cabinets251
Exercise 10-2Tenant Space: Section of Conference Room Cabinets with Crosshatching267
Exercise 10-3Detail of Door Jamb with Crosshatching279
Exercise 10-4Using FILTERS to Draw an Orthographic Drawing of a Conference Table281
Exercise 10-5Different Hatch Styles286
11Drawing and Adding Specifications to Furnishings and the AutoCAD DesignCenter289
Introduction289
Exercise 11-1, Part 1Tenant Space Furniture Plan with Furniture Specifications289
Exercise 11-1, Part 2Extracting Attributes from Drawing CH11-EX1314
Exercise 11-2Reception Area Furniture Plan Using the AutoCAD DesignCenter322
Exercise 11-3Office Furniture Plan326
Exercise 11-4Office II Furniture Plan328
Exercise 11-5House Furniture Plan328
Exercise 11-6Country Club Furniture Plan328
12Drawing the Reflected Ceiling Plan and Power Plan336
Introduction336
Exercise 12-1, Part 1Tenant Space Lighting Legend and Reflected Ceiling Plan336
Exercise 12-1, Part 2Tenant Space Power Plan339
Exercise 12-2Office Reflected Ceiling Plan and Power Plan342
Exercise 12-3Office II Reflected Ceiling Plan and Power Plan345
Exercise 12-4House Lighting and Outlet Plan348
Exercise 12-5Country Club Reflected Ceiling Plan and Power Plan351
Part IIISpecial Topics357
13Isometric Drawing357
Introduction357
Exercise 13-1Fundamentals of Isometric Drawing357
Exercise 13-2Tenant Space Reception Desk in Isometric370
Exercise 13-3Tenant Space Reception Seating Area in Isometric378
Exercise 13-4Tenant Space Conference Chair in Isometric379
Exercise 13-5Conference Room Walls and Furniture in Isometric379
14Creating Presentations and Creating a Web Page Using AutoCAD384
Model Space and Paper Space384
Exercise 14-1Creating a Printed Presentation of the Tenant Space Project by Combining Multiple Plans on One Sheet of Paper385
Exercise 14-2Creating a Slide Show of the Tenant Space Project Drawings404
Exercise 14-3Creating a Web Page408
Exercise 14-4Creating a Presentation410
Exercise 14-5Creating a Presentation410
Exercise 14-6Creating a Slide Show410
15Using Raster Images and Grips413
Introduction413
Exercise 15-1Inserting and Modifying Raster Images413
16Customizing Toolbars and Menus423
Exercise 16-1Customizing Toolbars423
Exercise 16-2Customizing Menus437
Exercise 16-3Making a New Menu File439
Exercise 16-4Making a New Toolbar451
Exercise 16-5Modifying a Menu File451
Part IVThree-Dimensional Autocad453
17Basic Three-Dimensional Models453
Introduction453
Exercise 17-1, Part 1Creating 3D Models Using Elevation and Thickness453
Exercise 17-1, Part 23D Shapes468
Exercise 17-2Creating a 3D Model of the Tenant Space Reception Desk471
Exercise 17-3Creating a 3D Model of the Tenant Space Reception Seating Area484
Exercise 17-4Creating a 3D Model of the Tenant Space Conference Room Cabinets485
Exercise 17-5Creating a 3D Model of the Tenant Space Conference Room Chair485
18Solid Modeling489
Introduction489
Exercise 18-1, Part 1Drawing Primitive Solids491
Exercise 18-1, Part 2Using Extrude to Draw Extruded Solids497
Exercise 18-1, Part 3Using Revolve to Draw Revolved Solids; Using Rotate 3D to Rotate Solids about the X, Y, and Z Axes501
Exercise 18-1, Part 4Using Chamfer and Fillet to Draw Chamfers and Fillets on Solid Edges506
Exercise 18-1, Part 5Using Union to Join Two Solids; Using Subtract to Subtract Solids from Other Solids508
Exercise 18-1, Part 6Using Intersection to Form a Solid Model from the Common Volume of Two Intersecting Solids510
Exercise 18-2Creating a Solid Model of Chair514
Exercise 18-3Creating a Solid Model of Chair 2525
Exercise 18-4Creating a Solid Model of a Patio528
Exercise 18-5Drawing Solid Models of Eight Objects537
Exercise 18-6Drawing a Solid Model of a Lamp Table538
Exercise 18-7Drawing a Solid Model of a Sofa539
Exercise 18-8Drawing a Solid Model of a Lamp and Inserting It and the Lamp Table into the Sofa Drawing540
Exercise 18-9Drawing a Solid Model of the Tenant Space Reception Seating541
Exercise 18-10Drawing a Solid Model of a Conference Chair542
Exercise 18-11Drawing a Solid Model of a Conference Table and Inserting Chairs Around It543
Glossary546
Index551

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