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1 Interior Elevations

2 Interior Elevations Used to describe the finished interior walls of a room Elevation is based on the floor plan and the directional indicator pointing towards a particular wall are keyed from plan to the elevation Common residential interior elevations kitchen walls fireplace bathrooms other cabinet work or built-ins Commercial projects may show every wall in the interior of the building

3 Interior Elevations Common scales, selection depends on amount of detail for the elevation 1/4” = 1’-0” 3/8” = 1’-0” 1/2” = 1’-0” Templates are commonly stamped for various shapes at these scales, available from plumbing vendors

4 Interior Elevations Interior Elevation details usually include
basic structure - cabinets, appliances, window/doors, etc. notes & dimensions, dimensions are usually in inches only (AIA practice) electrical cover plates for outlets and switches base moldings, trims, door/window casings, etc. some hidden lines & section lines some elevations will include sectional portions of cabinets some complex items that cannot be fully shown on the floor plans can be shown in an interior elevation

5 Interior Elevation Directional Indicators and Drawing Notations
Floor plan will be keyed to each interior elevation with notations (keying symbols) shown below The arrow indicates the direction of viewing the elevation Top portion indicates the detail number, lower portion is the sheet the detail is drafted on

6 Example of Keying Symbols on Plans

7 Floor Plan Coordination with Interior Elevations
Notations on the floor plan coordinate direction of viewing and each interior elevation Interior elevations A,B,C,D shown here

8 Standard Cabinet Dimensions
Lower/Base Kitchen Cabinets general dimensions: 36” high (floor to top) 34 1/2” cab height 24” wide cab 25”-26” counter top width 1” to 1 1/2” front lip 4” high x 3” deep toe kick back splash - height size will vary, 4”-6” common

9 Countertop Styles Materials of counter top vary and will be discussed later, some examples shown below: Square Fillet Water-Lip Chamfer

10 Standard Cabinet Dimensions
Upper/Wall Kitchen Cabinet general dimensions: ” high 12” to 13” wide Number of shelves will vary, fixed and adjustable are available Soffit open or closed 13”-14” X 12” Soffit {

11 Pre-Manufactured Cabinet Units
Lots of Manufactures - review their literature for specific unit sizes Each manufacture has a code system to identify each cabinet unit Generally width of Units are greater than 7-1/2” maximum size of 23” for single door opening full unit commonly not to exceed 48”, there are exceptions

12 Standard Cabinet Dimensions
Distance between base and wall cabinet will vary normally 16” to 18” Total cabinet vertical distance (variations) = 84 = 7’-0” = 84 = 7’-0” Open vs closed soffit (area above wall cabinet is 12” from cabinet to ceiling)

13 Interior Elevation Technique #1
Heavy thick outline or profile line to make the elevation standout Omits the lines of the wall and floor behind the cabinets Area behind cabinets are not included in the elevation

14 Interior Elev. Technique #2
Heavy thick outline or profile line to make the elevation standout Shows the sections of the cabinets, etc. Crossing lines to indicate space of cabinets, etc.

15 Kitchen Elevation Example

16 Drafting Guidelines for Interior Elevations
1) Determine true width of interior wall locate all windows, doors, etc. 2) Determine wall height usually 8’ unless vaulted 3) Draw the outlines of all cabinets, shelves, wardrobes, & plumbing fixtures which are to be built locate stove, refrigerator, & other appliances more

17 Drafting Guidelines for Interior Elevations
4) Select basic Technique see handout 5) Draw outlines of varying wall materials 6) Mark off doors, drawers, shelves, toe space, and soffits show hinge sides of all cabinet doors (use dash line pointing to the hinge side like casement windows 7) Draw in all base molding, and door & window trim more

18 Drafting Guidelines for Interior Elevations
10) Place all electrical outlets in elevation 11) Letter all notes & dimensions 12) Letter titles and coordinate elevation with arrow keys on floor plan 13) Draw surface material symbols 14) Profile drawing as per technique

19 Interior Elevations - Pre-fab Cabinets/ Bathroom Elevations

20 Pre-manufactured Cabinets
Literature of manufactures local and nation wide will give specifications and ordering information, such as Manufactures unit identification ( a code unique to each manufacture, such as: code + size in inches examples of general categories of pre-made cabinets wall cabinets = WC, WPT(wall pass thru) base cabinets = BC, D(base drawer unit) sink cabinets = SC, BS (base sink front) appliance cabinets = AC vanity cabinets = VC utility cabinets = UC

21 Pre-manufactured Cabinet Section
Cross section and dimensions for “Marsh” furniture company High Point, North Carolina Most manufactures will supply dimensions so other drawings can be coordinated with cabinets

22 Catalog examples - Wall Cabinets

23 Catalog examples - Base Cabinets
Olympia Cab Manuf, Salt Lake City, Utah

24 Handout Exercise - Restroom and Interior Elevations Plan
Required: ADA restroom plan Draft interior elevations A,B,C,D Use #1 or #2 technique as given in handout Completely dimension Include all needed callouts in plan view Key plan and coordinate elevations with the floor plan All 3/8” = 1’-0” Indicate title and scale under each interior elevation view Read instructions EXAMPLE KITCHEN PLAN more

25 Example of Elevation Technique #2
Profile line end

26 ASSIGNMENT Sheet A-9 Interior Elevation
Generate enlarged restroom plans Elevate all walls Detail counters Dimension ADA Compliance Reference on plan and elevation HINT: Class Architecture

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