Architectural measurements or land surveying is the technique, profession, and science of determining the terrestrial or three-dimensional position of points and the distances and the angles between them. An Architecture Survey provides an account of the types, styles, and features of each historic resource present in the study area. The survey is the base on which the architects work shaping buildings and terrain together. The understanding part of the surveying is also useful in the construction process to locate buildings and other features with precision on the site. The attached Architecture Survey Infographic is created using EdrawMax and it shows the architecture of country, town, and urban. These three are distinguishable on the grounds of the locality and the way of the architecture which is feasible in the respective entities. For instance, in the countryside, there will be more wooden houses and the ratio of men, women, and children are illustrated using the charts.