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14 ARC 1.1: ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN-I
CONTACT PERIODS : 8 (STUDIO) PER WEEK
PROGRESSIVE MARKS : 100
TERM WORK MARKS: 200
To develop the ability to translate abstract principles of design into architectural solutions for simple problems
What architectural education entails? What being an architect involves? and Architecture‟s connection with other forms of knowledge: Science, Mathematics, Philosophy, Religion, etc.
Local stories on architecture.
Listing of important local buildings and explain why they are important.
Listing and Drawing silhouettes of favourite buildings or places.
Observing the built environment around and experiencing enclosures (field trips)
Learning basics of architectural representation. Measured drawing exercise of familiar objects & spaces- a table (object), a classroom and a staircase (static/transition spaces), pavilion, open/ enclosed spaces etc. Collection and documentation of all building materials within 5 km radius. Introduction to basic development of forms: additive form, deductive form, rhythm, contrast, balance and symmetry. Concepts of volume and scale, width to height ratio.
Study models to explore the design principles. Multiple sectional drawings of study models
Introduction to anthropometry; relationship of architecture with human body. Introduction to furniture; relationship of objects with human body. Portfolio of study and design through drawing/representation. Human functions and their implications for space Know More