List of Drawings in a Typical Design Portfolio





A Typical Design Portfolio | Architectural Drawing

In this article, we will list out all the drawings required for a complete portfolio. Design Portfolio does not only refer to the project work submitted by students but also Architects. Architects have to take care that they provide all the below mentioned drawings to their client. Preparation of drawings in order of their priority will give the right direction for the steps to be taken by the Architect for the execution of the Project.

List of Drawings in order of Priority

Conceptual Drawings

Plans

Elevations

Sections

Views

Site Plans

Site Analysis

Architectural Drawings

Plans

Sections

Elevations

Working Drawings

Structural Drawings

Pits

Footings

Columns

Beams

Slabs

Electrical Drawings

Electrical Layout

Fire Alarms

Mechanical Drawings

Mechanical layout

HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air conditioning) Layout

Fire Sprinklers Layout

Power Generation Layout

Plumbing Drawings
Plumbing gas line repairs

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Water Supply Layout (Hot and Cold Water supply)

Water Sprinklers

Utility Drawings

Drainage Layout

Toilets

Kitchen

Landscape Drawings

Landscape Plans

Type of Trees

Shrubs

Bushes

Size of Canopy, seasons etc.

Interior Drawings

Interior Design/Decoration

Floor Plans

Wall Elevations

Ceiling Plan

Electrical Layout

Mechanical Layout

Plumbing Layout with the best plumbing company

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  1. #1 by dapson on May 16, 2012 - 7:05 am

    as an architect who study in UK,can i practice in NIGERIA?

    • #2 by BenzuJK on June 29, 2012 - 5:38 am

      Hello Dapson,

      Every country has their own rules and regulations. If you are an Architect from UK, then you would probably be required to give some exams in Nigeria in order to qualify as an Architectural designer in that particular country. You cannot practice in a country if you do not have an Architect’s license to practice in that country.

      BenzuJK

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