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What Are CADD Drawings?
CADD, or Computer Aided Design and Drafting, is a computerized form of drafting.
It is an awkward and cumbersome tool for design, and very few architects use it for their initial schematic and preliminary studies.
It can be used for drafting floor and house plans after the design and concepts of the building(s) has been set, but it has nothing to do with the architecture itself.
Further, CADD drawings take a longer time to produce and thus can cost more for the client, in terms of money and time.
We much prefer the look of beautifully crafted, hand-drawn sheets.
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