Elevations in Scale Drawing

Definition: An elevation is a view of an interior space,installation, object or building seen from one side, a flat representation of one wall or façade with no perspective. Elevations are the most common view used to describe the internal wall design of a building as well as the external appearance of a building.

Here I have drawn tetris blocks in plan and front and side elevations.


This is a detailed elevation of the ID studio walls on a scale 1:25. I chose this wall as there was more detail involving the windows and the mac computers.


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