Building Plan Bangalore

Building Plan Bangalore-House plan in Bangalore

Building Plan Bangalore-House plan in Bangalore

So What is Building Plan or House Plan or Floor Plan? are all Same?

The Answer is No, let us find out.

According to Wikipedia:

House Plan:

A house plan is a set of construction or working drawings (sometimes called blueprints) that define all the construction specifications of a residential house such as the dimensions, materials, layouts, installation methods and techniques.

And For Floor Plan:

In architecture and building engineering, a floor plan is a drawing to scale, showing a view from above, of the relationships between rooms, spaces, traffic patterns, and other physical features at one level of a structure.

Example for the floor plan:

A set of Drawings Consists of:

1.Working Drawings:

A) Column Marking Plan
B) Footing related Drawings.
C) Isolated Footing/Spread Footing or any other drawings prepared by an Engineer.
D) Column Reinforcement Drawings.
E) Plinth Beam Drawings.
F) Lintel Chejja Drawings.
G) Beam Drawings
H) Slab Drawings of each floor.
I) Any Other special drawings related to elevation or design.

Electrical Drawings:

2.Plumbing Drawing:

3.Elevation Drawing:

4.Structural Drawings:

I think you got the difference between Floor and Building Plan.

Need for Floor Plan:

Let us assume you have a plot size of 30×40 and are planning to construct a house over there, Then, in that case, you should have a rough sketch of all elements viz Living, Dining, Rooms, and Kitchen, etc., Now you divide the spaces according to your requirement, You may like or dislike the plans which are prepared bu you which will help to get a rough idea what is coming in that space.

The need for An Architect/Engineer:

Thinking of building a new house or commercial complex? Will you use an architect or Engineer? Both are involved in the design of buildings, their appearance, layout, structure, and so on. But what’s the difference?


Architects must finish from an accredited establishment with a bachelor’s to start. Architects have a specialized education to go along with the imaginative, creative thinking just not to design the building but also taking the safety factors.


Engineers work alongside architects and they need to be creative in their strategy and approach. Engineers ought to have considerable experience in mathematics, physical science, and computer-aided programming. Engineer’s need to change plans on the go and prepare to modify drafts depending on a client’s requirement.

Key Points Before Approaching an Architect or an Engineer:

  • Ready with basic questions like Area, Site Facing, Site Dimension, Plot Facing and the number of floors required.
  • Floor plans vary with site dimension and their facing.
  • Tell them you need Vastu consideration or not
  • Material Selection like bricks or blocks also matters.
  • Future requirements like additional floors.
  • Decide whether you require each individual floor as a separate unit or a Duplex.

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