I’ve been a user of AutoCAD over 10 years now and I’m certified by AutoDesk (the people who make it).
CAD is a fantastic tool and has so many applications. Primarily I do space planning, which involves taking an area of space, say an office, and fitting in the required amount of staff in there, so many factors have to be considered: health and safety requirements, disability access, electricity, phones, networks etc.
Above all, the space has to be usable by the people in it! Space planning doesn’t have to be limited to office spaces, it can be applied to hospitality, exhibitions, or even in your own home!
In the time I’ve used CAD I’ve worked on Hospitals, Schools, Local Authority Offices, Conference Centres, and so on.
The beauty of CAD is that it allows you to plan everything to the nearest millimetre and also see in 3D just what it will look like; if you’re not happy, it can be changed over and over until you are happy, creating perfection on screen before it is translated into reality.
Some examples of my CAD work are below, for more, have a look in the Portfolio section.
[image title=”Bespoke Desk”]https://www.kcjhdesign.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/desk1.jpg[/image]
[image title=”Post Room Furniture”]https://www.kcjhdesign.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/postroom.jpg[/image]
[image title=”Broomfield Hospital”]https://www.kcjhdesign.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Broomfield-Hospital.jpg[/image]