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By: Arch.

Evelyn Tiquio
Ergonomics (or human
factors) is the scientific
discipline concerned with
the understanding of
interactions among humans
and other elements of a
system
What is the appropriate height of the counter which
still consider the privacy and view of the receptionist.

a. 0.90m
b. 0.80m
c. 1.00m
d. 1.10m
What is the appropriate height of the counter which
still consider the privacy and view of the receptionist.

a. 0.90m
b. 0.80m
c. 1.00m
d. 1.10m
… is the study
of measurable
distances
between people
as they interact
Personal Territory
 Public space - 12-25 ft.
 Social - 4 – 10 ft.
 Personal - 2 – 4 ft.
 Intimate - 1 ft
 Cultural - Arab, Japanese,
Americans,
Filipinos.
Physical Territory

 Orientation

 Space

 Environment
Kinesthetic is the perception of
body position and movement
“ Kinesthethic foundation of spatial concepts and configuration”
by: Hazem Ziada of Schools of polytechnic State University
Anthropometry +
Ergonomics +
Proxemics +
Kinesthetic

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= Interior Space Planning
 Programming

 Schematic

 Design development

By Pena, Parshall & Kelly of writing in Problem


Seeking, identify the actual design process in
Interior design Visual presentation 2nd edition of Maureen Mitton
 Programming

In depth analysis and documentation


of needs, requirements goals and
objectives.
 Programming
 Programming
 Schematic

Preliminary conceptual, spatial,


conceptual, and technical design of
project.
 Schematic

Bubble Diagram

Block Diagram
 Schematic

Conceptual Design
“PARTI”

By Frank Ching in
Visual Dictionary of
Architecture
 Design
Development
Application
 Which of the following provisions should
not be situated close to one another?

a. Security quarters, locker and shower


b. Guest parking slots, cluster street, disabled
ramps, etc.
c. Homeowner’s association office and
generator room
d. Cistern and sewage treatment plant
Application
 Which of the following provisions should
not be situated close to one another?

a. Security quarters, locker and shower


b. Guest parking slots, cluster street, disabled
ramps, etc.
c. Homeowner’s association office and
generator room
d. Cistern and sewage treatment plant
Room A - PROS Projector

 Ample of sitting

Room A – CONS

 Bottle neck going to


exit
 Limited interaction
between instructor
and student
 Cable Management

ROOM A
Projector
Room B - PROS

 Instructor has enough


 access to students
 Free way going to
exit
 Close interactions
 between instructor
 and students
 Cable Management

Room B – CONS
ROOM B
* Less Sitting
Application
 Considering ROOM A as a training room
for software, which item should we use to
ease the glare on the projector screen?

a. Vertical blinds
b. Fabric Curtain
c. PVC blinds
d. Black out fabric
Application
 Considering ROOM A as a training room
for software, which item should we use to
ease the glare on the projector screen?

a. Vertical blinds
b. Fabric Curtain
c. PVC blinds
d. Black out fabric
Application
2. What is the recommended distance from
the outskirt of the table to the perimeter
wall so as to have enough space if
someone leaves ROOM B?

a. 0.65 M
b. 0.75 M
c. 1.50 M
d. 1.20 M
Application
2. What is the recommended distance from
the outskirt of the table to the perimeter
wall so as to have enough space if
someone leaves ROOM B?

a. 0.65 M
b. 0.75 M
c. 1.50 M
d. 1.20 M
Furniture, Fixtures and Accessories
Are movable objects intended to support various
human activities such as seating and sleeping ,to
hold objects at a convenient height for work using
horizontal surfaces above the ground, or to store
things
Something attached as a permanent appendage,
apparatus, or appliance

A thing that can be added to something else in


order to make it more useful, versatile, or
attractive
 What is NOT considered as a furnishing
item?

a. Ceiling Fan with lights


b. 80% Lifesize wall mirror
c. Free standing indoor sculpture
d. Acrylic Painting
 What is NOT considered as a furnishing
item?

a. Ceiling Fan with lights


b. 80% Lifesize wall mirror
c. Free standing indoor sculpture
d. Acrylic Painting
 What is NOT considered as a furniture
item?

a. Sofa
b. Coffee table
c. Wall mounted flat TV
d. Dresser
 What is NOT considered as a furniture
item?

a. Sofa
b. Coffee table
c. Wall mounted flat TV
d. Dresser
Successful play with interrelationship of
interior and exterior is making the space
fuse seamlessly.
 Understand
the psychological effects engaged in a human
being when they experience a space that merges
the exterior elements of nature with the space of a
building
 Investigate
What new architecture the future holds with
this idea if it were to permeate the design world.
 Case Study 1 :

Raddisson Hotel, Berlin


Meeting room lobby and interior courts
 Case Study 2 : Swedish villa of James Bond

By John Robert Nillson


 Case Study 3 :

Japanese Pavillion
by Junya Ishigami
Parc Guell
By Antonio Gaudi

 Case Study 4 :

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