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COURSE FILE – THEORY

BATCH: 2016 - 2021

YEAR/SEMESTER: III nd Year / 5TH Semester

SUBJECT: SITE ANALYSIS AND PLANNING

SUBJECT CODE: AR6512

STAFF INCHARGE: ar.


COURSE FILE THEORY
CONTENTS

CONTENTS OF THEORY COURSE FILE

CLASS TIME TABLE : 1

NAME LIST : 2

SYLLABUS : 3

LESSON PLAN : 5

INDUSTRIAL VISIT/CASE STUDY : 6

ASSESSMENT DETAIL : 7

QUESTION BANK : 8

MATERIALS :

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.Annexure 1

CLASS TIMETABLE

CLASS = II nd YEAR SEMESTER = IV

ACADEMIC YEAR = 2018 - 2019 CLASS ADVISOR: Ar.

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NAME LIST

1 713016251001 Aagash Balakumaran N K B


2 713016251002 Abrar P P
3 713016251003 Adersh N
4 713016251004 Aishwarya R
5 713016251005 Akeel Parvesh A M
6 713016251006 Alshid Abdul Shukoor Ibrahim P E
7 713016251007 Arsheen J
8 713016251008 Benjo Thankachan
9 713016251009 Bhavana V
11 713016251011 Elhaunni MU
12 713016251012 Fadhil P K
13 713016251013 Gokula Sudhan G
14 713016251014 Hairul Bashar VT
15 713016251015 Husni Mubarak P
16 713016251016 Janarthanan R S
17 713016251017 Jiyas K K
18 713016251018 Kameshwaran G
19 713016251019 Koushik B B
20 713016251020 Kowsika J
21 713016251021 Mohammed Arshad
22 713016251022 Mohammed Hannan
23 713016251023 Mohammed Muzammil
24 713016251024 Mohammed Sarbas K P
25 713016251025 Mohan S
26 713016251026 Muhammed Sabil K K
27 713016251027 Mukesh S
28 713016251028 Naresh S
29 713016251029 Nihad Kattuparuthi
30 713016251030 Nithya S G
31 713016251031 Nivetha R M K
32 71301251032 Poornima M S
33 713016251033 Prasanna L
34 713016251034 Ranjith D
35 713016251035 Sanjai H
36 713016251036 Shifin Roshan P
37 713016251037 Shri Ram R M
38 713016251038 Sneha K
39 713016251039 Srivelan A
40 713016251040 Suhail Shamsuddeen V

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SYLLABUS:

AR6005 INTERIOR DESIGN L T P/S C


3 0 03

AR6512 SITE ANALYSIS AND PLANNING


L T P/S C

2 0 2 3
OBJECTIVES: Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt

 To introduceteach the vocabularyimportance of interior design.site and its content in Formatted: Indent: Left: 0", Widow/Orphan control
architectural creations Formatted: Font: Bold
 To familiarizeorient the students with an overview of interior and furniture design and design Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt
movements through history.  Formatted: List Paragraph, Left, Bulleted + Level: 1 +
 To informtowards several influencing factors which govern the various components of Aligned at: 0.25" + Indent at: 0.5", Widow/Orphan control,
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interior space and treatment and finishes for the samesiting of a building or group of
buildings in a given site. Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt
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 To teach various techniques of site analysis through exercises and case studies. Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt
 To familiarizeteach the students with the various components of interior design like lighting, Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt
landscaping and furniture
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UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO INTERIOR DESIGN 8 Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt

Definition and processthe methodology of interior design - vocabulary of interior design in terms of Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt

principles and elements - introductionpreparing a site analysis diagram. This will serve as a prelude Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt
to the design of interior spaces as related to typology and function, themes and concepts Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt
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UNIT II HISTORY OF INTERIOR AND FURNITURE DESIGN 8
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 Overview of interior and furniture design in the Western contextany architectural creation through Formatted: List Paragraph, Left, Right: 0", Line spacing:
the ages relating to historical context, design movements and ideas -overview of folk arts and crafts single, Bulleted + Level: 1 + Aligned at: 0.25" + Indent at:
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UNIT III COMPONENTS OF INTERIOR SPACE- INTERIOR TREATMENT AND FINISHES 10 Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt
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Treatment of components such as floors, ceilings, walls, partitions, window treatments, accessories, etc., in Formatted: Line spacing: single, Widow/Orphan control
terms of their choice and design related to materials, methods of construction, colour, texture, etc., based
on functional, aesthetic and psychological criteria

UNIT IV COMPONENTS OF INTERIOR SPACE- LIGHTING AND LANDSCAPING 10


Interior lighting - different types of lighting - types of lighting fixtures- their effects and suitability in different
contexts Interior landscaping elements: rocks, plants, water, flowers, fountains, paving, artifacts, etc., their
physical properties and effects on spaces

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UNIT V COMPONENTS OF INTERIOR SPACE- FURNITURE 9
Furniture design as related to human comfort and function, materials and methods of construction, changing
trends and lifestyles, innovations and design ideas - furniture for specific types of interiors: office furniture,
children’s furniture, residential furniture, display systems, etc.

UNIT I INTRODUCTION 8

Definition of plot, site, land and region, units of measurements. Introduction to survey, methods of
surveying, where they are used, Surveying Instruments and their application. Need for surveying.
Measuring and drawing out a site plan from the measurements

UNIT II SITE DRAWINGS 12

Computation of area by geometrical figures and other methods. Drawing marking out plan, layout plan
and centerline plan – Importance, procedure for making these drawings and dimensioning. Setting out
the building plan on site – Procedure and Precautions. Exercises on the above.

UNIT III SITE ANALYSIS 16

Importance of site analysis; On site and off site factors; Analysis of natural, cultural and aesthetic factors
– topography, hydrology, soils, vegetation, climate, surface drainage, accessibility, size and shape,
infrastructures available - sources of water supply and means of disposal system, visual aspects;
Preparation of site analysis diagram. Study of microclimate:- vegetation, landforms and water as
modifiers of microclimate. Study of land form;- contours, slope analysis, grading process, grading
criteria, functional and aesthetic considerations – Case studies and exercises on the above.

UNIT IV SITE CONTEXT 16


Context of the site. Introduction to existing master plans land use for cities, development control Rules.
Preparation of maps of matrix analysis & composite analysis. Site selection criteria for\ housing
development, commercial and institutional projects - Case studies.

UNIT V SITE PLANNING AND SITE LAYOUT PRINCIPLES 8

Organization of vehicular and pedestrian circulation, types of roads, hierarchy of roads, networks, road
widths and parking, regulations. Turning radii & street intersections
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OUTCOMES: Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt
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AnThe contextual importance on site analysis can be understood based on the various site factor with respect to
the study area.

A first hand understanding of interior design as an interdisciplinary as well as allied field related to Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt
architecturesite drawings for Landscape Architecture and Urban design is studied.
Various scientific and analytic site analysis techniques is understood.
A methodological approach for preparation of master plans for small scale and large scale projects can Formatted: Indent: Left: 0", Right: 0", Line spacing:
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be understood.
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REQUIRED READING: Formatted: Font: Bold


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1. Francis D.K.Ching, “Interior Design Illustrated”, V.N.R. Pub. NY 1987 Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt
2. Joseph DeChiara, Julius Panero, Martin Zelnik, “Time Saver’s Standards for Interior Design”, McGraw-
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Hill Professional 2001
3. John F.Pile, “Interior Design”, John Wiley and Sons 2004 Formatted: Indent: Left: 0", Widow/Orphan control
Dr.Saranya Doshi, Editor, “The Impulse to adorn - Studies in traditional Indian Architecture”, Marg Formatted: Line spacing: single, Widow/Orphan control
Publications1. Kevin Lynch, “Site planning”, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1984.
2. Edward. T. Q., “Site Analysis”, Architectural Media, 1983.
4. 1982 Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt
5. Steport - De - Van Kness, Logan and Szebely, “Introduction to Interior Design”, Macmillan Publishing Formatted: Left, Right: 0", Line spacing: single, No bullets
Co NY 1980. or numbering, Widow/Orphan control, Allow hanging
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REFERENCES: Formatted: Font: Bold

1. Helen Marie Evans, “An Invitation to design”, Macmillan Pub Co 1982 Formatted: Line spacing: single, Widow/Orphan control
1. B.C.Punmia, Ashok K. Jain, Ashok Kr. Jain, Arun Kr. Jain, “Surveying”, Vol.I, Firewall Media, Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt
2005. Formatted: Font: Bold
2. Julius PeneroP.B.Shahani, “Text of surveying”, Vol. I, Oxford and Martin Zelnik, “ Human Formatted: Indent: Left: 0", Widow/Orphan control
DimensionsIBH Publishing Co, 1980
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3. Joseph De.Chiarra and Interior space”, Whitney Library of Lee Coppleman, “Urban Planning Design NY
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1979Criteria”, Van Nostrand
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Reinhold Co., 1982 single, Widow/Orphan control, Allow hanging punctuation
3. “ Inca-Interior Design Register”, Inca Publications, Chennai 1989
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4. Kathryn B.Hiesinger and George H.Marcus, Landmarks of twentieth Century Design; Abbey Ville Press
1993 Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt
5. Susanne Slesin and Stafford Cliff, Indian Style, Clarkson N. Potter, New york 1990. Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt
4. Storm Steven, “Site engineering for landscape Architects”, John wiley & Sons Inc, 2004.
5. Second Master Plan – Development Regulations – CMDA, 2008

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Annexure 4
LESSON PLAN (THEORY/TUTORIALS)

DATE: FROM: 02.07.18.12.17 TO: 27.04.18

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SUBJECT CODE: AR 6512 FACULTY NAME: AR...K.V.BHARAT ADITHYAA
SEMESTER:5th SEMESTER CLASS/BATCH: 3rd YEAR

UNIT TEXT/REF. WEEK PERIO NO OF HRS CUM


MAIN TOPIC/SUB TOPIC
NO BOOKS NO D NO ALLOTTED HRS

Definition and process of interior 1 3


design 3
1
Theme, concept, type, function 2 3 6
Assignment/Test 3 3 9
Interior and furniture design in
the Western context, Design 4 3 12
2 Movements
3. A History of Interior Design in India_ Muktirajsinhji Chauhan, Kamalika Bose

Folk arts and crafts of India


5
2. The Fundamentals of Interior Architecture_John Coles & Naomi House

Assignment/Test 3 15

Treatments of floors, ceilings,


walls, partitions, window 6 3 18
treatments, accessories
Materials, methods of 7 3 21
3 construction, colour, texture
Functional, aesthetic and
8 3 24
psychological criteria of Interior
1. Francis D.K.Ching, “Interior Design Illustrated”

4. Materials and Components of Interior Design.

design
Assignment/Test/ Site visit 9 3 27
Interior lighting, Lighting Fixtures 3 30
10
4
Plastics in Construction 11/12 6 36
Interior landscaping 13 3 39
Assignment/Test
14 3 42

Furniture design-Ergonomics 15 3 45
5
furniture for specific types of
16 3 48
interiors
Assignment/Test
17 3 51

Model Exam 18 3 54

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS(GUEST LECTURES/INDUSTRIAL VISTS/SEMINARS)

PROGRAM NAME DATE &TIME DETAILS

INTERIOR SITE VISTS 1. 22 – 23 January 2018 Site visit to one Interior design site

5. 29,30 January 2018 Flooring, Ceiling and Partition wall


MATERIAL VISIT material selection.
3. 19,20 February 2018 Lighting material visit.

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ASSESSMENT DETAIL

RANGANATHAN ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE - II Year - WEB PORTAL ENTRY INTERNAL ASSESSMENT


( AR6403 - ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE)
Attendance (%) Mark (Out of 100)
S. No Register Number Name
I st II nd III rd IV th Total % II nd III rd IV th Ava 100 % 20 marks
Total Present % Total Present % Total Present % Total Present % Total Present %
1 713016251001 Aagash balakumaran N K B
2 713016251002 Abrar P P
3 713016251003 Adersh N
4 713016251004 Aishwarya R
5 713016251005 Akeel parvesh A M
6 713016251006 Alshid abdul shukoor ibrahim P E
7 713016251007 Arsheen J
8 713016251008 Benjo thankachan
9 713016251009 Bhavana V
10 713016251010 Dharun kumar R
11 713016251011 Elhaunni MU
12 713016251012 Fadhil P K
13 713016251013 Gokula sudhan G
14 713016251014 Hairul bashar VT
15 713016251015 Husni mubarak P
16 713016251016 Janarthanan R S
17 713016251017 Jiyas K K
18 713016251018 Kameshwaran G
19 713016251019 Koushik B B
20 713016251020 Kowsika J
21 713016251021 Mohammed arshad
22 713016251022 Mohammed hannan
23 713016251023 Mohammed muzammil
24 713016251024 Mohammed sarbas K P
25 713016251025 Mohan S
26 713016251026 Muhammed sabil K K
27 713016251027 Mukesh S
28 713016251028 Naresh S
29 713016251029 Nihad kattuparuthi
30 713016251030 Nithya S G
31 713016251031 Nivetha R M K
32 713016251032 Poornima M S
33 713016251033 Prasanna L
34 713016251034 Ranjith D
35 713016251035 Sanjai H
36 713016251036 Shifin roshan P
37 713016251037 Shri ram R M
38 713016251038 Sneha K
39 713016251039 Srivelan A
40 713016251040 Suhail shamsuddeen V

Signature of the Staff Signature of the Principal

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QUESTION BANK:

UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO INTERIOR DESIGN


2 MARKS:

1. What are the elements of interior design?


2. What is “Law of Closure”?
3. Define Interior Design.
4. Briefly explain about any two principles of interior design.
5. Brief theme and concept in Interior Design.

16 MARKS:

1. Explain in detail Gestalt Theory and its six common design principles with examples.
2. Elaborate with suitable examples, the various principles of interior design.
3. Explain with the example vocabulary of interior design with respect to principles and elements of
design.
4. Explain with illustration design of interior spaces as related to different themes and concepts.

UNIT II HISTORY OF INTERIOR AND FURNITURE DESIGN


2MARKS:

1. Mention any four characteristics of first Human shelters.


2. Name any four different styles of tribal and folk paintings of India?
3. Elaborate any two folk arts of Tamil Nadu used in Interior Design.
4. Sketch any two vernacular design elements used in Interior Design.
5. Brief on Design Moments with respect to the Interior Design History.

16 MARKS:

1. Explain modernist style of interiors through works of the following master architects citing examples
relevant to interiors.

(i) Alvar Aalto.

(ii) Le Corbusier.

2. Elaborate the following Interior styles and furniture:

(i) Victorian

(ii) Art Nouveau.

3. Explain the evolution of history of furniture Design with sketches.

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4. Explain in detail about the arts and crafts of North-east India with illustrative sketches.

UNIT III COMPONENTS OF INTERIOR SPACE- INTERIOR TREATMENT AND FINISHES


2 MARKS

1. What are paints? Mention any four different types of paint finishes?
2. Mention two materials that impacted interior spaces during the Industrial revolution?
3. What is “DADO”?
4. List any two treatments for false ceiling
5. Name few commonly used Interior wall panels in India.

16 MARKS

1. Explain different types of interior flooring citing the advantages and disadvantages of each. Mention the
factors affecting selection of flooring materials for a project.
2. Explain the various types of wall paneling, partition and window finishes used in interior spaces.
3. Sketch and explain the different treatments and the details for wall and floor finishes for a children’s
bedroom.
4. Sketch and illustrate the different types of false ceiling treatments for a Restaurant interiors.
5. Discuss the history and evolution of ceiling styles from the ancient era to the current era citing
examples.
6. What are the different materials that the modern partitions being used to divide interior space are
made of?

UNIT IV COMPONENTS OF INTERIOR SPACE- LIGHTING AND LANDSCAPING


2 MARKS

1. What are the elements of interior landscaping?


2. Write any four types of Artificial lighting fixtures available for use in bed room.
3. What are the benefits of Interior Landscaping?
4. What is cove lighting?
5. What do you mean by task lighting?
6. Name few interior flower plants.
7. What are the different types of lighting fixtures used for a bar?

16 MARKS

1. Elaborate the various types of light sources and fixtures used for interior spaces.
2. (i) Elucidate the design guidelines for interior landscaping.
(ii) Mention four varieties of interior plants. What are the benefits of having interior landscaping.

3. Explain different types of lighting effects that can be created for interior spaces.
4. Explain with sketches the design goals which can be achieved through interior landscaping.
5. (i) What are the different types of lighting fixtures available for use in interior spaces? Explain their
suitability for different uses.
(ii) Write a short note on different types of artificial light sources.

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6. What are the design guidelines for interior Landscaping?
7. Mention four varieties of interior plants. What are the benefits of having interior landscaping?

UNIT V COMPONENTS OF INTERIOR SPACE- FURNITURE


2 MARKS

1. Define Ergonomics.
2. Draw any two furniture designed by Mies Van Der Rohe.
3. Sketch a chair designed by Mies Van Der Rohe.
4. Describe briefly the open office planning.
5. What is knock down furniture?
6. Define Ergonomics and its application in furniture designing.

16 MARKS

1. Explain the following in detail.


(i) Office furniture.
(ii) Knock down furniture.
(iii) Display furniture.
2. Explain in detail the philosophies and furniture works of architect FL Wright and Mies Vander Rohe.
3. Explain in detail different types of office planning.
4. sketch with details a room divider between a living room and a dining room which can be used as a
TV curio unit on the living side and a crockery storage unit n the dining side.
5. (i) What are the general consideration will you keep in mind while design the furniture layout of a
space?
(ii) What are the types of furniture grouping available for you to choose from while designing the
layout of living room?
6. Describe in brief the philosophy and furniture works of Alvar Aalto and Le Corbusier.
7. (i) What are the general consideration will you keep in mind while design the furniture layout of a
space?
(ii) What are the types of furniture grouping available for you to choose from while designing the
layout of living room?
8. Describe in brief the philosophy and furniture works of Alvar Aalto and Le Corbusier.

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