Architectural Representation and Detailing
Ar. Rohit Karekar
Ar. Rohit Karekar, Ar. Shivani Mehta, Ar. Anisha Mehta, Ar. Ronak Savla, Ar. Nikita Sharma
Second-semester deals with exploring three-dimensional representation and detailing in terms of architecture. This involves numerous types of drawings, each of which highlights surfaces parallel to one of the three planes. These views were carefully drafted, giving utmost importance to neatness and line intensities. Further detailing can be represented by exploding or cutting through these three-dimensional views. The drawings include isometric views, axonometric views, oblique views and one-point and two-point views.
The said views were explored by representing smaller objects as well as larger contexts to gain a wholesome understanding of what each drawing conveyed the best. These exercises prove to be essential when it comes to decision making regarding what drawing to choose to best explain one’s design.