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ADVANCE STUDY RESEARCH : SYNOPSIS

Advance Study 2016-2017 CONTENT

Introduction

Aim

Objective

Scope

Limitations

Study will include

Methodology

TOPIC
HARD LANDSCAPE

BY
Hasnen chouhan
B. ARCH
X SEMESTER V
YEAR
BATCH-1
2012-2017

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, APEX GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS, JAIPUR


HASNEN CHOUHAN
THESIS PROPOSED RESORT ACHROL JAIPUR B. ARCH X SEMESTER V
YEAR
ADVANCE STUDY RESEARCH : SYNOPSIS
AIM
LIMITATIONS
To study the relevance of light and shadow in architecture.
Shade/shadow is seen as absence or relative deficiency of
Without Light and Shadow, there is no architecture. light. Hence, a direct quantification is not possible.
OBJECTIVE The study has been limited to use of natural light in buildings
To study, in brief, the role of shadows in spatial design throughout to streamline the topic of study due to time and text
the history of architecture in a chronological way. limitations.

To study the role of shadows in the design of contemporary spaces, THE STUDY WILL INCLUDE
taking up examples and case-studies Visual perception of the spaces
Attempt to formulate/arrive at generalities to assist the Basic understanding of tones, intensity etc.
incorporation of 'shadow-design' in the basic design of spaces and
Understanding the role of light and shadow based on the data
building.
collection. Live examples.
Study does light and shadow have power to give form to
How shadow react with different objects, colour, texture.
architecture.

Detailed study of parameters of different types of shadows affect


the building.

To analyse how the light and shadow became the matter if interest
in architecture.

Study of light and shadows through translucent barriers

SCOPE

The study will analyse the role of self-shadows and cast-shadows


(formed under natural light) in spatial design.

Understand and analyse the effects of the two different types of


shadows (with a visual boundary and without a visual boundary)

Study changes in the use of light and shadow throughout the


history of architecture ABDUL SAKUR
THESIS PROPOSED SOCIO CULTURAL CENTRE, DWARKA SECTOR 11, NEW B. ARCH X SEMESTER V
YEAR
By studding how the light and shadow reacts with the building and
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ADVANCE STUDY RESEARCH : SYNOPSIS
INTRODUCTION
AIM
Hard Landscaping The main aim of this guidance is to promote higher standards in landscape
From paving to pergolas, fountains to fencing, hard landscape features are design in planning applications submitted to the London Borough of
what gives the landscape form and structure on which the softer elements Croydon. The guidance can also be applied to schemes that do not require
can perform. planning permission.
The SPG advises on aspects to consider when planning a development or
Norris & Gardiner can provide the complete landscape service from designing an improvement scheme. It is not intended to be a short
conception to completion, carried out with the care and professionalism course in landscape design and on some schemes it may be advisable to
youve come to expect from our dedicated, skilled and friendly teams. employ a qualified landscape architect.
The main design aspects and practicalities of hard and soft landscape
Typical projects include: elements that should be considered when producing landscape proposals
Paved Areas are listed in the following three sections. Checklists of items to include in
Bound Aggregate Paths landscape proposals submitted as part of a planning application are
Timber, Concrete or Brick Edging detailed in Appendices 1 and 2.
Rock & Stone Features and Sculpture
Pergolas & Shelters
Ponds & Water Features
Sand Pits & Jump Pits
Play Equipment
Bollards, Barriers & Entry Control
Car Parks & Playgrounds

The definition of landscape


this guidance hard landscape refers to paving, walls, railings,
fences, retaining structures and street furniture such as lighting,
seats, bollards, adverts and signs. The soft landscape includes
trees, plants, grass, water and earth modelling. Hard and soft
landscape should be considered together and as an integral
part of any proposal to create or improve external spaces.

The importance of landscape:


A well conceived landscape can help integrate a development into
an area, make a positive contribution to the street scene and
add to the market value of the site. The character of the place
can be significantly affected by the quality of the landscape and
the way it is maintained. Sensitively designed landscape can
enrich and reinforce existing wildlife habitats and improve the
ecological value of sites and their surroundings.
Landscape should not be relied upon to mask design weaknesses
in other aspects of a scheme.

HASNEN CHOUHAN
THESIS PROPOSED RESORT ACHROL JAIPUR B. ARCH X SEMESTER V
YEAR