Typical 22 x 34 Detail Sheet Layout

This is an example of the sample sheet you should have plotted for the next class on a 22 x 34 sheet.  Your layout may require more than one 22 x 34 sheet.  You should repeat this layout for each material in your facade, for example one for Curtain Wall and a second for Precast Concrete.

The goal is to explain typical facade construction by showing the following:

  • Facade Elevation at 3/4″ or 1/2″ and Wall Section at 3/4″ or 1/2″   – these two drawing should align.  If you need to crop the wall section to fit you should do the same for the exterior elevation.
  • A Set of Plan Details for typical conditions at 1 1/2″ = 1′-0″.  You will need a minimum of two views for this – a corner and a middle condition.
  • Enlarge callouts from the wall section at 1 1/2″ to match and align with the plan details.  Consider showing both a grade condition, typical floor and roof condition.


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