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ARCH / ID - 110 - Architectural Drafting - Lindsey McPhail

Course:Architectural Drafting
Professor:Lindsey McPhail
  • InPerson
Course Length:
  • 16 Week


Hello!  I'm Lindsey McPhail and I'll be your instructor for the ARCH-110 Architectural Drafting course.  I'm an interior designer and have worked on Residential, Commercial, Hospitality and Marine design projects around the world.

Course Description

Provides the student with information concerning current practices in architectural drafting and construction technology sufficient for the student to produce a set of working drawings for a small single family residence. Drafting techniques will emphasize clarity, line weight expression, and accuracy.

What to Expect in this Course

This course involves manually drafting (using pencils and paper) a small set of working drawings for a single story wood frame residence, incorporating current drafting techniques, applying appropriate terminology on call-outs and notes, and submitting the set of drawings in the correct order according to industry standards.  We will use Canvas to support and facilitate information, homework as well as any quizzes. If you are not familiar with Canvas, I'd suggest you review Canvas tutorials to ensure you're familiar with the platform before class begins. 

Types of Assessments

Assessments can be expected in the form of online quizzes / exams as well as written assignments.

Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook

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Additional Resources


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Last updated: 06/07/2021 Sub#: 230