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Drafting and Design for Architecture & Construction 9th Edition

Dana J. Hepler, Paul Ross Wallach, Donald Hepler

  • Published
  • Previous Editions 2006
  • 800 Pages

Overview

DRAFTING AND DESIGN FOR ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION, 9th edition presents architectural drafting and design concepts as practiced by professional architects. With an emphasis on environmental safety, protective measures, expanded coverage of construction design and drawings and chapter objectives, students are able to hone the necessary skills to create a complete set of drawing plans. Abundant appendices provide important reference material, career information, mathematical calculations, standard abbreviations and synonyms. Exciting new material on design principles and procedures along with new entries on smart homes, smart growth, recreational facilities, building information modeling, site planning, ecology, energy conservation, efficiency and sustainability has been added. In addition, Computer-Aided Design (CAD) coverage in an introductory chapter, along with a series of applications throughout, provide examples of how CAD is used to perform specific architectural drafting functions.

Dana J. Hepler,

Dana J. Hepler received his bachelor's degree from Ohio State University and master's degree in architecture from New York Institute of Technology. He has been associated with several of the largest architectural firms in the world as designer, director of planning, and construction manager. He has received national and international awards for his designs. Presently he is principal of Hepler Associates, Architects and Land Planners, New York City and Massapequa, New York, and adjunct professor of architecture at the New York Institute of Technology, Westbury, New York.

Paul Ross Wallach, Cañada College

Paul Ross Wallach received his undergraduate education at the University of California at Santa Barbara and did his graduate work at California State University, Los Angeles. He has acquired extensive experience in the drafting, designing, and construction phases of architecture and has taught architecture and engineering drawing for many years in Europe and California at the secondary and postsecondary levels. He currently focuses on technical writing and consulting.

Donald Hepler,

Donald E. Hepler completed his undergraduate work at California State College, California, and his graduate work at the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He has been an architectural designer and drafter for several architectural firms, has served as an officer with the United States Army Corps of Engineers, and has taught architecture, design, and drafting at both the secondary and college levels. He is the former publisher of technical education programs and is currently devoting full time to authorship and consulting.
  • Emphasis on environmental safety and protective measures within the realm of architectural design.
  • Expanded coverage of construction systems design and drawings.
  • Added material on design principles and procedures (needed to provide students with the ability to actually design a structure – not just use CAD defaults).
  • NEW coverage of the following "hot topics": Smart Homes, Smart Growth, Recreational facilities, Building information modeling, Site plan ecology, Energy conservation, efficiency and sustainability, Leeds.
  • Introductory CAD chapter, a series of CAD inserts throughout the entire text provides examples of CAD to perform specific architectural drafting functions.
  • Logical structure for understanding architectural drafting and design concepts.
  • Chapter objectives and key terms are listed and defined in the chapter.
  • End of chapter exercises help the reader to hone skills necessary to create a complete set of drawing plans.
  • Abundant appendices provide important reference material.
  • Career information, mathematical calculations, standard abbreviations and synonyms are covered.
PART I: INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE.
1. Architectural History and Styles.
2. Fundamentals of Design.
PART II: ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING FUNDAMENTALS.
3. Scales and Measurements.
4. Conventions and Procedures.
5. Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting Design.
Part III Basic Area Design.
6. Environmental Design Factors.
7. Indoor Living Areas.
8. Outdoor Living Areas.
9. Traffic Areas and Patterns.
10. Kitchens.
11. General Service Areas.
12. Sleeping Areas.
PART IV: BASIC ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS.
13. Site Development Plans.
14. Designing Floor Plans.
15. Drawing Floor Plans.
16. Designing Elevations.
17. Drawing Elevations.
18. Sectional, Detail, and Cabinetry Drawings.
PART V: PRESENTATION METHODS
19. Pictorial Drawings.
20. Architectural Renderings.
21. Architectural Models.
PART VI: FOUNDATIONS AND CONSTRUCTION SYSTEMS.
22. Principles of Construction.
23. Foundations and Fireplace Structures.
24. Wood-Frame Systems.
25. Masonry and Concrete Systems.
26. Steel and Reinforced-Concrete Systems.
27. Disaster Prevention Design.
PART VII: FRAMING SYSTEMS
28. Floor Framing Drawings.
29. Wall Framing Drawings.
30. Roof Framing Drawings.
PART VIII: ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL DESIGN DRAWINGS.
31. Electrical Design and Drawing.
32. Comfort Control Systems (HVAC).
33. Plumbing Drawings.
PART IX: DRAWING MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT SERVICES.
34. Drawing Management.
35. Schedules and Specifications.
36. Building Costs and Financial Planning.
37. Codes and Legal Documents.
APPENDIXES
Appendix A: Careers in Architecture and Related Fields.
Appendix B: Mathematical Calculations.
Appendix C: Architectural Abbreviations and Professional Organizations.
Appendix D: Architectural Synonyms.
Glossary.
Index.

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FOR INSTRUCTORS

Instructor's Resource

ISBN: 9781111128142
The Instructor Resources provides teaching tips or guidelines, essay questions, answers to review and test questions, key objectives, glossary, appendices and exercises for content reinforcement.

Student Solutions Manual

ISBN: 9781111128166
The Solutions Manual contains worked solutions to problems included in the text.

Workbook

ISBN: 9781111128159
The student workbook is design to help the user retain key chapter content. Included within this resource are chapter objective questions, key term definition queries, multiple choice, fill in the blank and true or false problems.

FOR STUDENTS

Workbook

ISBN: 9781111128159
The student workbook is design to help you retain key chapter content. Included within this resource are chapter objective questions, key term definition queries, multiple choice, fill in the blank and true or false problems.