ACD PROGRAMS/SOFTWARES

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VECTORWORKS

Vectorworks Drawing numbering system

Use this as a guide for numbering and naming your drawings in Vectorworks. The drawings listed are examples and will vary depending on the scope of the project, how many floors etc. Set up these drawings as “Sheets” and use “Viewports” to place the drawing on the page. Double click on the viewport and select “Annotations” to add written information to the drawing including dimensions and annotations. 

 

 

Plans of the overall site (scale 1:100 or 1:200)

0.00    Survey 

0.01    Existing Site plan

0.02    Proposed Site Plan

0.03     Landscaping Plan

External Elevations and Sections (scale 1:100)

2.00    Existing North Elevation

2.01    Existing East Elevation

2.02    Existing West Elevation

2.03    Existing South Elevation

2.04     Proposed North Elevation

2.05    Proposed East Elevation

2.06    Proposed West Elevation

2.07     Proposed South Elevation

2.08     Proposed Section A

2.09    Proposed Section B

 

Internal Elevations (scale 1:50)

These elevations at 1:50 scale show the overall space or relationships between rooms that are connected.  

3.00    Kitchen and Living Room Elevations

3.02     Dining Room Elevations

3.03     Master Bedroom and WIR Elevations

3.04    Master Ensuite Elevations

Internal Elevations (scale 1:50)

These elevations at 1:50 scale show the overall space or relationships between rooms that are connected.  

3.00    Kitchen and Living Room Elevations

3.02     Dining Room Elevations

3.03     Master Bedroom and WIR Elevations

3.04    Master Ensuite Elevations

 

Joinery Drawings (scale 1:25 details 1:5) 

These drawings are a viewport taken from the internal elevations. They show the room in a larger scale and more information is added in the “Annotations”. These drawings need to provide as much information as possible for the Joiner to use the to quote and later construct the joinery. 

Include: existing dimensions (critical dimensions of the existing space e.g. sill heights/door position as well as the overall size of the room) dimensions of the new joinery (e.g. kickboard height, bench height, cupboard door widths) specifications of materials and finishes. Also include what handles are being used – is it pull grip/cutout/recessed/fixed handles? 

4.00    J1 Kitchen Joinery

4.01     J2 Living Room TV unit

4.02     J3 Dining Room Bookcase

4.03    J4 Master Bedroom WIR joinery

4.04    J5 Master Ensuite Vanity and Mirror Cabinet

Plans (scale 1:50 or 1:100)

1.00    Existing Ground Floor Plan

1.01    Existing First Floor Plan

1.02    Existing Second Floor Plan

1.03    Proposed Ground Floor Plan

1.04     Proposed First Floor Plan

1.05    Proposed Second Floor Plan

1.06    RCP Ground Floor

1.07    RCP First Floor 

1.08    RCP Second Floor 

1.09     Electrical Plan Ground Floor

1.10    Electrical Plan First Floor

1.11    Electrical Plan Second Floor


Joinery standards

Wardrobe

Depth for shoe shelves 350mm

 

Joinery Resources

Blum Services for Architects and Designers section please see the link below: 

http://www.blum.com/au/en/02/#7 

General

Joinery carcass and internal shelves thickness 18mm

Open shelves 18mm or 25mm

Other thicknesses 32mm

Kitchen

Kitchen bench height 920-940mm depending on height of user

Kitchen bench depth 600-700mm Deeper if there is a back ledge

Kitchen island depth 1000-1100mm if there are going to be stools on one side 

Bathroom

Vanity height 820-860mm 

Vanity depth 490-550mm depending on basin size and if there are taps on the bench or wall


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SKETCH UP

SketchUp Layer naming system

 

Building structure

STR_EXTERNAL WALLS

STR_FLOOR 

STR_INTERNAL WALLS

STR_ROOF

STR_SLAB

STR_WINDOWS

 

Furniture, fixtures, appliances and lighting

FFE_APPLIANCES

FFE_FURNITURE

FFE_FIXTURES

FFE_LIGHTING

IMPORTED DWG FILES

Plans

DWG_PL_FIRST FLOOR

DWG_PL_GROUND FLOOR

Sections

DWG_SE_LONG

DWG_SE_SHORT

Elevations

DWG_EL_EAST

DWG_EL_NORTH

DWG_EL_SOUTH

DWG_EL_WEST

 

 

 

site

Location layers (created when you set the Geo-Location)

SITE_LOC_SNAPSHOT

SITE_LOC_TERRAIN

Landscaping

SITE_LAN_HARD i.e. paving, garden beds, retaining walls

SITE_LAN_SOFT i.e. plants, shrubs, trees, grass


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Adobe

Indesign

Photoshop

Acrobat

 

Ask Lauren, what we do with these, updates ect


Dropbox

Dropbox is purely used when we share big documents with media, clients or real estate agents. Otherwise are we storing everything on our server or Google Drive.  

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ZOHO

CRM

We use Zoho CRM for tracking leads and opportunities for future projects. 

The CRM can only be accessed through the main Zoho account witch is 

acm@annacarindesign.com.au

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Projects

Create your own zoho account, do NOT sign up for trials. 

Access the ACD projects through the annacarin portal where all the projects are collected and available for everyone at the office. 

 

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