As an Interior Designer, you will require to prepare various different type of drawings. Drawings are important because what’s on the drawings represent an idea, a process, a concept, a potential solution to a problem or a solution to a problem etc. Each type of drawing also represents a purpose within the design process. Drawings can be prepared for clients, for contractors, for consultants such as Engineers, Architects or for other Designers, for the Government, for the community, for presentation and even for the Interior Designer him or herself.
Each type of drawings represents a certain stage of the design process. Some of the different type of drawings can include: concept drawings, freehand sketches, diagrammatic drawings, bubble diagrams, schematic design drawings, design development drawings, development permit drawings, shop drawings, renderings, perspective drawings, construction drawings and many others. Each type of drawing require different type of drawing style and drawing techniques.
Different types of Drawings are require for the different phases of a project. An Interior Designer must know how to prepare them inorder to execute the project efficiently and successfully.
Beginner interior design students must understand the purpose of each type of drawings and learn how to use them efficiently during the entire design process. It is therefore important to ensure your interior design education consist of training in the various type of drawings style and techniques.
We have just discussed the general or class of drawing types for an interior design project. Later on, we will discuss more in details on each class of drawings. For example, the design drawing class can be further broken down into various other types of drawings as well.
Learn Interior Design Lesson 1 Summary:
- different types of drawings are require for different phase of a project
- Interior Designer must learn to prepare the different types of drawings
- these different types of drawings may include: freehand sketches, presentation sketches, concept drawings, diagrammatic drawings, bubble diagrams, presentation drawings, design drawings, shop drawings and construction drawings etc.
- each drawing class can be further broken down into various other drawing types.
- different project team members will require different types or class of drawings.