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A projection system can be used to produce an individualistic drawing for a specific object or space (Figure 4-18). Or a preconstructed perspective grid can be made and overlay sheets placed over it to draw a perspective. One method for constructing a grid is shown in Figure 4-19. Perspective grids can be drawn for each project, or preprinted grids can be made with the lines already drawn in true perspective. These grids can be generated by hand or computer, or one can purchase preprinted grids.
Since metric scales are based on the There are several different types of scales, but the interior metric system, using the base 10, it is possible to use single-ratio designer will mainly use the architect’s scale, engineer’s scale, and scales for other ratios. For example, a 1:1 scale with 1-mm mark- metric scale. ings could also be used to represent 1 mm, 10 mm, 100 mm, or The architect’s scale is the one most frequently used by an interior designer. It is used for laying out accurate design and con- 1000 mm.
This ments for the construction and installation of a product must be type of specification can be more difficult to write, because the specified. However, when a tremendous number of similar products designer must know all the criteria expected as well as methods for are on the market, descriptive specifications allow the designer to testing (if required). Also, there is a risk that the designer could lose prescribe the exact standards he or she wants for a project without his or her original design concept along with control over the prod- selecting a particular manufacturer.