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difference between structural plan and architectural plan.

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  1. Guest28111017

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  2. Guest11265888
    Take it from somebody who reads prints every single day The architectural details contain the floor layouts, exterior wall details, elevator shafts, etc....the basic look of the building...the artsiness of the building. The structural details show what holds the building up. The nitty gritty. The stuff that gets hidden by dry wall, floor tile, ceiling tile, paint, etc. Where the architectural drawings will show a floor plan, the structural drawings will have the overall concrete slab plan. Where the architectural drawings will show you how the building will look like on the outside, the structural details will show you what the wall is comprised of.
  3. Arslan Masaud
    hello a Structure Plan is an old-style development plan, which sets out strategic planning policies and forms the basis for detailed policies in Local Plans. Although no longer prepared, these plans continue to operate in many areas following the commencement of the new development plan system introduced by the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004, due to transitional provisions. An architectural plan is a plan for architecture, and the documentation of written and graphic descriptions of the architectural elements of a building project including sketches, drawings and details. hope it helps

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