Analysis of Building Production Drawings

Jan 01, 1972

A completed building is, among other things, the product of a design which has been first expressed by means of drawings. Yet only on completion is it safe to say that no more drawings are needed. It should not be necessary to finish the building in order to establish what drawings are needed for its construction. It was the intent of this research study to predict more accurately the nature and number of drawings for projects before completion - in fact, before construction -that led to these studies of drawings.

Peter Scher, BA (George/Trew/Dunn, Chartered Architects, London, England)
EDRA3/1972 Proceedings
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Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA)

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