By providing more detail about the structure and the enclosure, a cross-section plan aids in constructing projects. More cross-sections with different views are required as the cross-section plan becomes more complicated and has more parts. These allow you to slice through buildings, walls, stair framing, and other details to provide an accurate depiction of materials and structures that would otherwise be difficult to see. Cross-sections can be used to cut through ceilings and floors and molding and trim work. When combined with elevations, which show the sides of a structure without slicing through them, a team can understand both the design concept and the logic that will make it a reality.