Design III-

ASSIGNMENT V

  • The Review went really great and i learn a lot from the critics, which are not only the mistakes i did but also the those my classmate had made. Timing is always a great key when accomplishing a goal, Having the ability to work and accomplish work on top of work in this matter, helped me a lot to get to that finish line.
  • there are severals goal on my list but the most important for me will be to be able to explain my design through out any section.

ASSIGNMENT U

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ASSIGNMENT T

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ASSIGNMENT S

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ASSIGNMENT R

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APPROACH

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WATERSIDE VIEW

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INTERIEUR VIEW

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ASSIGNMENT Q

APPROACH

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CIRCULATION

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VIEWSviews f

PROGRAMS

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ASSIGNMENT P

FIRST CONFIGURATION

APPROACH

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OUTDOOR

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PROGRAMS

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WEATHER

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2 ND CONFIGURATION

APPROACH

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PROGRAMS

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OUTDOORoutdoor 2 diagram

WEATHER

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ASSIGNMENT O

1 ST CONFIGURATION

( WITH SOUTH EAST SUN)

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(WITH SOUTH WEST SUN)

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2ND CONFIGURATION

(WITH SOUTH EAST SUN)

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(WITH SOUTH WEST SUN)

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ASSIGNMENT N

IND MADUL

ASSIGNMENT M

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 ASSIGNMENT L     

SITE ANALYSIS PROJECT 3_Page_1 SITE ANALYSIS PROJECT 3_Page_2  LIBRUARY IMAGES

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THE OPENING ON TOP IN THE KIDS SECTION  lib 3

HOW NATURAL LIGHT ENTER THE BUILDING ( THE STAIRS) WHERE IS NEEDED ONLY

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THE DIVISION OF SPACES.

BOOKSHELVES DIVIDE THE SPACE INSTEAD OF WALLS.

               ASSIGNMENT K

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  • The predation went really great. One important thing that i was pointed was the way i lay out my floor plans because they didn’t coordination with the way the plans and top view was set up. ( north arrow). Also avoid ¬†having¬† lot of spaces that aren’t use in ¬†a module
  • Goal for next project: better time management, finish my section drawings,

               ASSIGNMENT J

SECTION

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               ASSIGNMENT I

PLANS

ROOF

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SECOND FLOOR PLAN

MY HOME sECOND FLOOR PLAN (1)

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FIRST FLOOR PLAN

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            ASSIGNMENT H

TOP VIEW WITH TOPO

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AXON VIEWS

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APP 1

APPROACH VIEW

APPROCH

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WATER VIEW

WATER VIEW

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INTERIEUR VIEWS

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INT 2

INT 2 INT 1

VIEW AT STAIRHALL

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               ASSIGNMENT G

APPROACH

approach copy

CLIMATE

climate response diagram

PROGRAMS.

program diagram

OUTDOOR

 outdoor 2 diagram

               ASSIGNMENT F

  • Most¬†of these parti graphs are selected due to weather conditions by the way they were built . This helps the interior temperature or also views

                ASSIGNMENT E

DIAGRAM FOR CON 1

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DIAGRAM FOR CON 2

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DIAGRAM FOR CON 3

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DIAGRAM FOR CON 4

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DIAGRAM FOR CON 5

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                  ASSIGNMENT D

CONCEPT OF THIS DESIGN:

  • to separate PRIVATE and Public spaces in different levels.
  • the lower floor modules frame most on the east to¬†get a great view during sun rise and upper level on the west for the sunset.

               1st Configurationconf 1st pers1 ( 2perspectives, 1 plan)

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PHOTOS

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CONCEPT OF THIS DESIGN:

  • To separate private (more intimate) and public by different levels.
  • the upper level modules is facing the east to get a great view during sun rise and lower level on the west for the sunset.

       2nd Configuration (2 perspectives, 1 plan)

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PHOTOS

CONCEPT OF THIS DESIGN:

  • one level for all the modules
  • the modules are placed from public( the porch) to private (living room and bathroom)

       3rd Configuration(2 perspectives, 1 plan)

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PHOTOS

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CONCEPT OF THIS DESIGN:

  • Enclose courtyard spaces due to the temperature of the zone
  • the position of the modules plays a significant¬†role on regulating the climate in the house.

4th configuration (2persectives, 1 plan)

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PHOTOS

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CONCEPT OF THIS DESIGN:

  • the core ( relaxation ) divide the house from private ( north ) and public ( south)

5th confifuration (2 perspectives, 1 plan)

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PHOTOS

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                  ASSIGNMENT C  

CLIMATE ZONE

HOT DRY

  • Closer to the equator. (hot dry)
  • Every 400′, the Temperature decreases approximately 1 degree F
  • Small bodies of water are desirable both psychologically and physically, for their evaporative cooling effect.
  • daytime breezes, which replace updrafts of warm air overland, can have a cooling effect of up to 10 degree F ( 5.6 degree C)
  • Air temperature can be reduce by grass and other ground covers by absorbing solar radiation and encouraging cooling by evaporation
  • Building forms should enclose courtyard spaces (reduces solar and conductive heat gain, promote cooling by evaporation using water features and plantings, provide solar shading for windows and outdoor spaces.)
  • Hot and dry climatic zones generally happens¬†between 15 degrees to 30 degrees at latitude on both the hemispheres. During¬†summer time, temperature goes as high as 45 degree centigrade and relative humidity as low up to 20 % in areas far from sea coasts and it barely has heavy rainfall. ¬†The humidity is very low therefore,¬†¬†the buildings in this climatic zone should be orientated based on solar point of view so that the building receives maximum solar radiation during winter season and minimum radiation during summer season.

   ****SITE; http://theconstructor.org/building/buildings/building-orientation-for-hot-dry-climate/9008/ 

               ASSIGNMENT B

IMAGES

BEDROOM

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RELAXATION

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BATHROOM

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PORCH

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EATING AREA

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KITCHEN

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                ASSIGNMENT A

RELAXATION

THE VIEW PLACE A VERY IMPORTANT PLACE IN A RELAXATION AREA. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE INTERIOR AND THE EXTERIOR SHOULD MAKE THE PERSON FEEL LIKE THEY ARE BOTH IN AND OUT BY TAKING THE BEST OF BOTH.

 

RELaxation R

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BEDROOM

WHEN DESIGNING A BEDROOM,  CONSIDER IT AS ALSO A RELAXATION SPACE. THERE SHOULD BE ENOUGH SPACE TO ,MAKE THE PERSON VERY CONF TABLE  AND ALSO INCLUDE A PERFECT VIEW OF THE EXTERIOR.

BEDROOM

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BATHROOM

A PERSON SPEND LESS HOURS IN A BATHROOM THAN ANY OTHER PLACES IN HOUSE. THE LESS SPACE , THE BEST!  TAKE THE ADVANTAGE TO USE THE EXTRA SPACE TO OTHER ROOMS.

BATHROOM

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PORCH

MORE OF AN OUTDOOR AREA THAN INTERIOR SPACE, THE PORCH IS SOMEHOW JUST LIKE A RELAXATION AREA.

PORCH

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DINNING ROOM

DINNING ROOM IS A PLACE OF GATHERING, AND BONDING DURING MEALS. THE OCCUPANTS SHOULD FEEL LIKE THE SPACE IS SOMEHOW CROWDED  AND  CONF TABLE AT ONCE.

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KITCHEN

THE KITCHEN IS WHERE MAGIC AND ART HAPPENS. THE MORE HELP YOU GET THE BETTER IT WILL BE.KITCHEN

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