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Interior Elevations

By Barbara King,2014-07-01 01:42
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1. The finished trim where the wall and floor intersect is the baseboard 2. Components that are built away from the job site and transported ready to use are prefabricated 3. Section drawings show an object as if it had been cut through to show the interior 4. Modular cabinets are the kind of cabinets are prefabricated constructed in specific sizes called modules 5. Moldi..

1. The finished trim where the wall and floor intersect is the baseboard

    2. Components that are built away from the job site and transported ready to use are

    prefabricated

    3. Section drawings show an object as if it had been cut through to show the interior 4. Modular cabinets are the kind of cabinets are prefabricated constructed in

    specific sizes called modules

    5. Molding are the decorative strips used to conceal the seam in other finishing

    materials

    6. The standard height for an eating bar base cabinet is 36”

    7. The standard height of BASE CABINETS (including the countertop) is 36”

    8. Standard kitchen wall cabinets have a depth of 12”

    9. The minimum distance between the countertop and the bottom of wall cabinets in

    a kitchen is 18”

    10. The standard counter depth is 25”

    11. The typical depth of the “toe space” for a kitchen cabinet is 2”

    12. The typical height of a “backsplash” above a kitchen countertop is 4”

    13. The width increment for modular kitchen base cabinets is 3”

    14. A “Lazy Susan” is designed to utilize the space on an inside corner cabinet

    15. The garbage disposal would most likely not be shown on an interior elevation as

    opposed to a stove, fridge or dishwasher

    16. Grab bars are used for assisting movement for handicapped persons

    17. Overall dimensions are taken from the floor plan as opposed to the foundation

    plan, wall section and front elevation

    18. The “key” symbols are used for correlating drawings

    19. The space between the top of wall cabinets and the ceiling may be left open or

    may be enclosed with a fascia/soffit

    20. Kitchen cabinet plans consist of large-scale floor plan

    21. An interior elevation drawing is a detail drawing

    22. The correct annotation for a 36” x 30” modular wall cabinet is W3630

    23. The proper way to label a 36” Lazy Susan base cabinet is B36LS

    24. Standard kitchen wall cabinets have a depth of 12” or 13”

    25. When viewing kitchen cabinet plans, the note “W4230BC”, most likely indicates

    Wall cabinet, 42” x 30”, blind corner

    26. Interior elevations are most often prepared for the kitchen cabinets

    27. The minimum distance3 between the countertop and the bottom of wall cabinets

    in a kitchen is 18”

    28. When drawing modular kitchen cabinets, the letter “W” in the note “W4830”

    means Wall

    29. When drawing modular kitchen cabinets, the letter “B” in the note “B36” means

    Base

    30. When drawing modular kitchen cabinets, the letter “S” in the note “SB48” means

    Sink

Drawings Needed to Know

    ; Location of toe space, backsplash, countertop, cabinet door for base and wall

    cabinets, drawer for base cabinets, handles, ceiling, dimensions of wall and

    base cabinets

    ; Location of Lazy Susan

    TASK (only one) TO BE COMPLETED:

    Provide the student with (1) a floor plan showing available space, wall locations, door and window locations, (2) kitchen cabinet manufacturer’s literature for cabinet styles and sizes, (3) floor to ceiling height, (4) kitchen appliance sizes and styles and (5) any design/layout requirements such as U-shaped, L-shaped, Island, soffit/fascia, etc. are specified. Explain that window(s) (if present) may be moved to accommodate cabinet layout, but must remain along the same wall. Only pre-manufactured cabinets are to be used in the design, custom cabinets are not allowed for this exercise. Rubric assumes that the drawing is done using CAD.

Kitchen Design and Cabinet Selection (25 points)

     Cabinet sizes and styles selected by the student are available in cabinet

    manufacturer’s literature

     Overall measurements coincided with individual cabinet modular measurements

    available from cabinet manufacturer

     Individual design choices reflect an understanding of available cabinet units

    (Examples: (1) a sink base is selected for the sink, (2) a blind corner or Lazy

    Susan unit is used where cabinets intersect, or (3) a drawer unit is located where

    drawers can be opened)

     Layout reflects accepted standards for kitchen design (Examples: (1) work

    triangle has an approximate maximum of 22’, (2) adequate, but not excessive

    space is provided for movement, (3) sufficient counter space is provided for

    kitchen operations)

     Drawings Show All Needed Cabinet Elements (35 Points)

     Drawings include a plan view with identifying elevation indicators

     Elevations include section views of intersecting cabinets

     Needed cabinet details are included in drawings

    ; Back splash

    ; Toe space

    ; Counter top

    ; Shelves

    ; Rails and stiles

    ; Floor and ceiling lines

     Fascia/Soffit details (if required or used) are shown

     When scaled, drawings agree with stated dimensions

     Cabinet sizes agree with industry standards and manufacturer’s specs for height,

    width, and depth

     Adjacent walls are shown on the elevation drawings

     Windows and doors that would be visible are shown on the elevation drawings as

    specified of the floor plan

     Approximate locations of handles/knobs (if required) are indicated Appliances are shown or “X”ed

    Dimensions and Annotations (35 points)

     Annotation and dimensional figures are of a size and style that is easily read Dimensions are drawn to industry standards

     Drawings are provided with descriptive titles and the drawing scale is stated Interior elevation identifiers on the floor plan are correctly oriented and agree

    with identifiers shown on elevation drawings

     Each individual cabinet unit is identified on the plan view or elevations with a

    coded description (Example: W1830 = “Wall Cabinet, 18” tall by 30” wide)

     Needed dimensions are provided

    ; Widths of individual base and wall units

    ; Overall widths

    ; Vertical distances for base and wall units

    ; Vertical distance(s) between base and wall units

    ; Height of backsplash

    ; Counter top thickness

    ; Overall floor to ceiling height

    ; Depths of base and wall units

    ; Depth and height of toe space

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