There are a range of purposes for architectural drawings in the work we do at Oaktree Architectural. It would be to further develop an initial design idea into a more coherent proposal, to communicate our ideas and concepts to our clients, highlighting the advantages of the design, or to ensure a building contractor is able to construct the design. At times it may also be done to show a record of the work completed, or to show the structure of an existing building.
Typical conventions of architectural drawings include particular views such as a floor plan, or a specific section, as well as units of measurement, scales, any necessary annotations and cross-references. Over our 35 years of experience in the construction industry, we have moved from the traditional tools of the hand to CAD-assistant and 3D design modelling. This means we have the perfect combination of a traditional background with modern technological advancement.
You can view examples of our architectural drawings, including some samples of work completed throughout the York area. This includes elevation drawings of a two storey side extension and Orangery snooker room, Elevation & Plan drawings of a two storey rear extension to a house and a full refurbishment & side/rear single storey extension to a dormer bungalow near Selby.
We have also included examples of Building Regulation drawings of a new house in Malton. In addition to this, we can undertake some Commercial work and have included elevation drawings of refurbishments to the Smithy Arms at Swinton.
By viewing these architectural drawing examples, you can get an idea of the way we will work with you on your project, and what you can expect us to deliver.