This is a practical guide aimed at helping budding interior designers learn how to draw professional looking interior designs.
Introduction Representing an Interior Space 1. Preparation for Drawing Materials The Line Proportions 2. Plans and Layouts Drawing the Plan Conventions and Symbols Changing Around the Furniture Elevation and Section Making a Layout Layout of a Flat 3. Perspective Isometric Projection Drawing Three-dimensional Objects and Furniture Playing about with space Swapping around kitchen and bathroom Visualising a kitchen corner Creating an open partition Transforming a flat Creating a dressing room and a bathroom Seeing things in perspective The view from the front To move a partition wall Creating an extension to block off a corner Planning the space Converting a space under the eaves A Few Simple Construction Tricks Taking Down a Partition Wall The Oblique View Designing a room by Eye Different Oblique Views A View from Above . . . ...And a High-Angle View Drawing on the Computer Grids for Isometric Projections Grids for Frontal Views Grids for Oblique Views
Gilles Ronin is an architect and teaches at the Ecole d'Architecture des Beaux Arts in Paris. He is the author of Drawing for Interior Designers and Drawing Perspective.