IN PRACTICE - SUSAN DAWSON
There's a mug of tea and a fresh set of detailed drawings on the dining room table, ready to be selected and condensed into the weekly AJ Working Details. Yesterday I went through the project with the architect and established which detail to use; this afternoon I will draw up a scale template to establish how it will look on the page. I usually make a freehand (4B pencil) isometric of the key detail which will then be drawn to scale; it helps me - and ultimately the reader - to get ...
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