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Provides architects, builders, drafting officers and others in the building industry with a common method for the representation of buildings and their components to enable the preparation and unambiguous interpretation of architectural drawings.
This Standard sets out requirements and recommendations for architectural drawing practice. It is complementary to AS 1100.101.
This Standard indicates methods of presenting drawings of architectural work, before, during and after the construction period.
The Standard includes information on abbreviations (additional to those in AS 1100.101), the layout of drawing sheets, line conventions and conventions for the cross-referencing of drawings, coordinates and grids.
NOTE: Examples of drawings are given in Appendix C.
The principles given in this Standard are intended for adoption by architects, engineers, drafters and builders in both Government agencies and private enterprise throughout Australia.
The Standard is intended as a basis for common practice and consistency of application, upon which technical organizations can base their own detailed rules or manuals for the preparation and presentation of drafting work.
The application of this Standard may require reference to AS 1100.201, AS 1100.401 AS 1101.501 and AS/NZS 1102.111.
First published as AS 1100.13-1978 and AS 1100.301 Supp 1-1986.
AS 1100.13-1978 revised and redesignated AS 1100.301-1985.
AS 1100.301-1985 and AS 1100.301 Supp 1-1986, amalgamated, revised and redesignated AS 1100.301-2008.