AutoCAD is the most frequently used 2D drawing program in every field that needs modeling from engineering to architecture. Every design that will turn into beautiful spaces in the future begins with a two-dimensional design. Almost every business expects AutoCAD’s practical knowledge from a newly graduated architect or interior designer. However, AutoCAD lessons given at universities are not always sufficient to meet high expectations in careers.
Students, who want to master the AutoCAD program fully, which is one of the most basic tool to continue their profession, prefer to fill their knowledge gaps with online courses by investing in themselves. If you are one of those, you are in the right place!
As an architect, it would be hard to use Autocad effectively without working on projects. It is not enough just to know the functions of the tools. You must also master the architectural explanation of each tool`s function. Only in this way, you can proceed quickly and without mistakes while drawing your own projects. It’s always better to get this training from an architect or interior designer. You will learn by working on projects and learning by doing strategy with an architect/ interior designer in Backstudio Milan.
AutoCAD is one of the most critical and necessary Autodesk-based computer programs in architecture and interior architecture education. It is one of the most used programs in the field of drawing. Because it is one of the easiest programs to use and learn, you will easily make 2D drawings of your projects when you understand the AutoCAD program and have a base to create a model. Students, who want to master the AutoCAD program fully, which is one of the most basic tool to continue their profession, prefer to fill their knowledge gaps with online courses by investing in themselves.
Almost every business expects AutoCAD’s practical knowledge from a newly graduated architect or interior designer. However, AutoCAD lessons given at universities are not always sufficient to meet high expectations in careers.
The AutoCAD program can be easily transferred into other 3D programs. When it is used correctly and effectively, it shortens the time you spend in 3D programs. Besides, you will need it throughout your university life, and you will be able to add to the skills in your portfolio that you will create for your career’s milestones. AutoCAD program is used in almost all architecture and interior design offices around the world.
It is vital to draw plans in your projects, take cross-sections, draw the project’s perimeter, and map it. If you do not gain these skills quickly and not put them into practice, you may experience possible disruptions in your career and academic life.
When you learn AutoCAD by drawing the plans, sections, views, and contours of a project on BackStudio Milan, you will have the chance to put this skill into practice. You will complete the AutoCAD program as best as you can and learn and use it for interior design and architectural education.
Creating two-dimensional drawings by exploring the AutoCAD interface
Using the mouse practically, keyboard tricks, and enter key to work quickly and efficiently in AutoCAD
Creating lines, polylines, circles, and rectangles, etc.
Organizing your drawing with layers such as layer states, properties, and essential tools
Starting with simple drawings using necessary commands
Polar and Ortho tracking, entering coordinates and angles, object snaps and tracking
Make changes with essential commands such as move, duplicate, twist, reflector, and scale using the reference options
Using template files (.dwt) to make new drawings and exploring what settings and elements saved with templates
Advanced object types such as polyline, arcs, polygons, ellipses, spline
Editing commands such as trim and extend, fillet and chamfer, polyline edit and spline, offset and explode, join, pedit
Finalizing your project with setting up a layout and using layouts and viewpoints, scaling viewpoints
Creating a new project with enough tools or developing an existing project with productivity with measurements
Command tricks and shortcuts
Using blocks and groups effectively
Templates, layouts, annotation, and styles
Using external references
Publishing, plot styles, sheet sets, and collaboration with other programs
Techniques that a person has difficulty using
Developing design skills with AutoCAD
Understanding of scale regarding the work
Understanding a series of different strategies to solve obstacles concerning the brief.
Project 1: House Project (with its topography, environment)
Project 2: Suggestion from the tutor (project design ideas inspired by the famous architects’ buildings)
Project 3: Designing the student’s existing project
Project 4: According to the student`s interest (from some resources such as archdaily and divisare)
Learning the AutoCAD program by drawing the plans, sections, appearances, and perimeter of a house project you choose allows you to use the AutoCAD program in architecture and interior design much more effectively. Instead of teaching the AutoCAD program as a technical drawing lesson, we aim to teach you more qualified and useful tools, shortcuts, and tricks for you to help at your school or in your career. We provide these courses with our qualified architect tutors working within our organization by contributing to your architectural life.
At the same time, while taking this lesson, we aim to make the first three of our project options that you can add to your portfolio at the end of the lesson. In that lesson, you will be able to use tools more effectively, master their tricks and practical ways, and produce a different project for your portfolio that does not belong to your school.
High school students who are planning to study architecture or interior design
Undergraduate students who are currently studying architecture or interior design
Architecture/ interior design students who need a new project for their portfolio
Anyone with a personal interest in AutoCAD.
Lesson 1: Creating drawings by exploring the AutoCAD interface, Using the mouse practically, keyboard tricks, and enter key to work quickly and efficiently in AutoCAD
Lesson 2: Creating lines, polylines, circles, and rectangles, etc. Organizing your drawing with layers such as layer states, properties, and essential tools
Lesson 3-4: Starting with simple drawings using necessary commands, Polar and Ortho tracking, entering coordinates and angles, object snaps, and tracking
Lesson 5: Making changes with crucial commands such as move, duplicate, twist, reflector, and scale using the reference options, using template files (.dwt) to make new drawings, and exploring what settings and elements saved with templates
Lesson 6: Advanced object types such as polyline, arcs, polygons, ellipses, spline
Lesson 7: Editing commands such as trim and extend, fillet and chamfer, polyline edit and spline, offset and explode, join, pedit
Lesson 8: Finalizing your project with setting up a layout and using layouts and viewpoints, scaling viewpoints
Lesson 1-2: Creating a new project with enough tools or developing an existing project with productivity
Lesson 3-4: Command tricks and shortcuts, using blocks effectively
Lesson 5-6: Templates, layouts, and styles using external references
Lesson 7-8: Finalizing the project for presentation
Lesson 1-2: Preparing an architectural project with beginner and intermediate properties, customizing
Lesson 3-4: 3D modeling
Lesson 5-6: Publishing, plot styles, sheet sets, and collaboration with other programs, techniques that a person has difficulty using
Lesson 7-8: Finalizing the project for presentation
Goals and Objective
You have the opportunity to take this course at beginner, intermediate or advanced level, depending on the result of the placement test you will do after registering on our platform. You can adjust and plan your schedule according to the availability of the instructor.
For the students to develop their projects, they should also spend their own efforts after the lesson. Therefore, there should be approximately one week between each lesson. One-on-one lessons are scheduled two days in a week for 4 weeks. Each lesson lasts 2 hours in this course.
Creating two-dimensional designs such as plans, sections, sights, etc.
Developing a house project for more efficient learning in AutoCAD
Designing your own project for more efficient learning in AutoCAD
Finalizing the project with the best ways
Making a house design for your portfolio
Improving your own project design
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