I am trying to draw my first ADA bathroom as I follow some specs I found online. Where can I get a CAD block to help simplify the plan?
The client wants a counter top for which I have specs BUT I can't get a sink to set in the top. Of course, I will have grab bar details, toilet spacing details, wheelchair access details, etc.
The room is 86" x 64" with a recess at the end of the 64" wall of 35" deep x 48" wide which is where the counter top/sink will be placed.
Is there any additional information I can offer you to help solve my problem?
Green new plan.plan
I have been in a wheelchair since 2008. My wife, who is an Occupational Therapist, and I have managed to adapt our present home to accommodate my wheelchair. Even then I only have access to about 40 of our home. I believe we are in a unique position to design a very liveable, accessible home. The one obstacle I have at the moment is my inexperience with the Chief Architect software. I've played around with it but never attempted a real-life projected like the one I am about to undertake. I understand the "space requirements" of wheelchairs related to turning around, hallway and door widths, etc... I've done enough research to know I want to build the house using SIP panels and we have a good idea on the siding, roof, etc...
I would like to find someone more experienced the software who has used it to design and build an accessible home that I can use as a guide. I have my design sketched out, I just am struggling with laying out the foundations, figuring out how to configure the software to reflect SIP panels, etc... If anyone can help give me some guidance I would truly appreciate it. Thank you
Council Bluffs, IA
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Offering Drafting & Design Services using Chief Home Designer Pro 2019 & Chief Architect X2
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Attached is a video I created to show how I use "railing walls" and "panels" to create Screen Porches. This is the first video I've ever created and I used "QuickTime" which is an app that comes with a MAC computer. No editing features with QuickTime (at least that I could find)...so, you get what you get.
Feels good to "give back" to this forum. Hopefully it helps some of you...even if it's not a porch you are creating..."panels" in railing walls can be very powerful.