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Architectural drawings

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    • Architectural drawings
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    • Architectural designs
    • Architectural plans
    • Designs, Architectural
    • Plans, Architectural
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  • Sources

    • found: LCSH, August 2, 2016(Architectural drawing; UF Drawing, Architectural; Plans; BT Architectural design; Communication in architectural design; Drawing; Mechanical drawing)
    • found: LCSH, December 12, 2016(Designs and plans: see subdivision Designs and plans under architectural headings, including types of buildings or rooms, for works containing architectural drawings, e.g. Church architecture--Designs and plans; Theaters--Designs and plans)
    • found: Art & architecture thesaurus online, August 2, 2016(architectural drawings (visual works); UF drawings, architectural (visual works); Note: Drawings of architecture and drawings for architectural projects, whether the project was executed or not. The term may also refer to any image in a two-dimensional medium that serves this same purpose, including prints and computer images.)
    • found: Thesaurus for graphic materials, August 2, 2016(Architectural drawings; UF Drawings, Architectural; BT Design drawings; Scope Note: Graphic delineations made for the design and construction (or documentation of design and construction) of sites, structures, details, fixtures, furnishings, and decorations, as well as other objects designed by an architect or architectural office.)
  • Change Notes

    • 2017-11-13: new
    • 2018-02-20: revised
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