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Which part of a church is often made of stained glass?
What is the minimum width for the area that the toilet is in?
In a set of house plans, which plan will tell you the location of the house on the site?
What is not the purpose of a green home design?
To grow green plants
Environmentally friendly and sustainable
Efficient use of energy, water, and building materials
Produce less waste
What is the name for an architectural drawing of a building's exterior?
In a set of house plans, which plan will show you all of the doors, windows, walls, and patios?
What term is described as usually near the house but not structurally connected to it ordinarily located at ground level and constructed for durability?
Which New York building was the tallest building in the world in 1940?
Empire State building
The function and efficiency of the rooms will be enhanced by using a(n) _______________ where the dining room and living rooms are not closed off from each other.
Open floor plan
Straightedges that have a short crosspiece at one end.
Semicircular instrument for measuring and plotting angles.
The quintessential element of architectural drawing.
Rules equipped with system of cables and pulleys that allow their straightedges to move across the drawing board only in a parallel manner.
A tool with graduations along its edges so that scale drawings can be measured directly in feet and inches.
A tool with cutouts of various shapes and sizes to confine the area of a drawing to be erased.
What guides the drawing of irregular curves through a series of points.
Symbol number 6 shown on the floor plan represents
When dimensioning architectural plans, which is the symbol for a "foot" measurement?
What is a term used in building codes to describe access?
Dashed lines that follow the counters in a kitchen floor plan most likely represent,
Upper (wall hung) cabinets
A "half bath" would include,
Water closet and lavatory
Shower, water closet, and lavatory
Tub, water closet, and lavatory
Any of the above
What is the accepted method of writing a measurement of "six inches" on an architectural drawing?
Which symbol below represents a dishwasher?
Symbol number 7 shown on the floor plan represents...
Which is an accepted symbol for a brick veneer wall?
Architectural dimensioning is usually done in ________.
Feet and Inches
The building construction industry relies on sets of ________ drawings to construct homes and commercial buildings.
The site plan illustrates ________.
the floor plan
where the house sits on the property
the roof plan
where the garage and driveway are located
Who is responsible for the accuracy of the working drawings set?
What is the dimensions of an A0 sheet?
594mm x 841mm
23.4 x 33.1 in
900mm x 600mm
841 x 1189 mm
10 inches is equivalent to
What is the angle between the hour hand and the minute hand of a clock at 3.30?
Architectural drawings are used mainly for,
to communicate ideas and concepts
to assist a building contractor to construct it based on design intent
as a record of the design and planned development
all of the above
none of the above
What is this?
Drawing in a black sheet
Hand drafted working drawing
Which of these are true about Architectural Drawings?
may include tones or hatches to emphasise different materials
are intended to appear realistic.
intended to explain a scheme
to promote its merits
Which one of the following type is NOT a part of Working drawing set?
What is the Cross in the drawing denote?
What is this?
In perspective projection, all lines of sight start at a ________point.
These are points at which the edges of the object appear to be converging.