2D Drawings

2D Drawing - What it is and why you need it

A 2D drawing is a scaled drawing that includes technical information, measurements for walls, surfaces, windows, doors, and other elements. In this plan, you can see the dimensions and width of the walls, the position of doors and windows, and the surfaces of the rooms. To set the size of any shape, specific labels for lengths, areas, and angles will be used. Additionally, decorative elements, lighting fixtures, and any other desired details can be added.

The 2D drawing is a useful tool for engineers and architects in the project execution phase, but it is also a valuable tool that accurately shows the building as it was constructed. Additionally, this drawing facilitates communication with clients and prevents the risk of misunderstanding how elements are placed and how they affect mobility between rooms or the concept of open space.

2D drawings are useful for the collaboration between architects and developers, designers and clients, but also for home assessments, real estate marketing, energy assessments, home design and renovation, office renovation, or commercial space. They also provide a good perspective for clients to get the desired design, suitable for their expectations and budget.

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    The 2D plan or the floor plan.

    A 2D plan is a type of diagram that represents the top-down view of a property or space. It shows the walls and layout of rooms in a professional and clean manner, and can be enhanced with additional information such as interior dimensions or room areas.

    Façade Drawings

    These plans are essential for project managers and can greatly impact the profitability of a project. They are drawings that reflect the structure and shape of a building’s facade and require approval from architects.


    Sections are vertical representations of a building, highlighting the relationships between floors and usually there are two or more of them. These 2D drawings also include axonometry, presenting the building from different angles.

    Roof plans

    The roof plan is an overhead view of a roof without any roofing material or a 2D representation of the structural support. It is necessary to specify the dimensions and arrangement of the structural elements within the roof.

    Roofing plan

    The roofing plan depicts a top view of the finished roof. It is necessary to specify the dimensions at this level, the shape of the roof, the lines resulting from the intersection of the inclined planes, as well as the position and dimensions of skylights, roof windows, chimneys or ventilation ducts.

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