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Drawing for Interior Design by Drew Plunkett

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Composing the page

It is normal to put more than one image on each page of a presentation – if they all deal with the same area of the project. The order in which pages should be presented is usually self-evident – as is the issue of how images should be located on each sheet. The presentation constitutes the ‘story’ of the development of the project and, usually, it makes sense to start at the beginning and proceed logically to the end.

Images grouped together should complement each other. A perspective view might give an impression of atmosphere, but related plans and sections can contribute hard, practical information that will support and validate the aesthetic ambition of the project. While it is often important to provide physical samples ...

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