Description:Require Millwork Shop drawings for the reception desk only at this time. Details required to complete other areas. Other areas an extra and not part of this contest.
Wants:plan, elevations, vertical & horizontal sections, details. isometric would be nice but not required
Don't Wants:copying of the architecturals. Drawn in another program and converted to dwg.
- Autocad 2013 or older
#3 Reception desk by Dual2
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