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Dv final project part a

  1. 1. DV.2013 april /sept dmz SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, BUILDING & DESIGN Research Unit for Modern Architecture Studies in Southeast Asia Foundation of Natural and Build Environment (FNBE) Design Visualization [FNBE 0155] Credit hours: 5 Prerequisite: None Lectu re rs : Ms D el l iya Z a i n an d Mis s No rm a Su laim an FINAL PROJECT PART A Introduction to Site Analysis 10% Group Work (site analysis) + 5% Individual Work (idea proposal) Submission and Presentation Date: 20th December 2013 Introduction Part A will introduce students to site investigations, case study and idea proposal. Students will investigate and prepare a presentation report on the site used in Project 1B. Students will also present a case study and idea proposal on substance related to Final Project. Students are then required to present this information to the class. Objectives of Project The objectives of this project are as follows:  To demonstrate observation and visualisation skills in a variety of ways depending on the area of specialisation being pursued with an emphasis on the process of drawing.  To develop confidence to use drawing as a means of communication to express two dimensional and three dimensional ideas. 1
  2. 2. DV.2013 april /sept dmz Learning Outcomes of this Project On successful completion of this assignment, students will be able to demonstrate the following: 3. Demonstrate observation skills and be able to record, organize, interpret and describe a variety of issues via visual communications effectively. 4. Manipulate variety of media and techniques to visualize ideas leading to a finish product Tasks - Methodology Site Analysis – Group Work: In groups students are required to execute and prepare the followings; 1. Students are required to do a further observation of the site used in Project 1B. 2. Students are required to prepare the following information on A3 size paper; Topic How to present a) Location: Location Plan of the site within Taylors University and a Site Plans Plan of the site (30 meter Radius) Pages One page b) Site Context: Site Elevations and/or Site Section of the site and its surroundings. Illustrate through drawings, panoramic pictures, and/or diagrams to show the type of spaces surrounding the area visually Plans, site elevations and site section and panoramic pictures Three page Max c) Size, Zoning and Legal: To show the measurements of the area and the allowed area for the installation, zoning of areas and any legal requirements if applicable. Indicate zoning of spaces. Plans and sections Two max page d) Natural and Man Made Physical Features: To illustrate the vegetation, landscape, soil, typography, site characters, elements, texture, materials and feature around the site. (On plan and by pictures) Plans, section, illustrations and pictures Two max page e) Circulation: To illustrate through diagrams the accessibility, permeability, pedestrian pathway, fire escape, services etc of the site and surroundings. Plans and diagrams Two max page f) Utilities: To indicate any services & utilities within the selected site Plans and pictures g) Sensory Perception: To illustrate human behaviour research and observation of sound, smell, air and visual qualities etc through diagrams, visuals and panoramic pictures.(supported by symbols and diagrams) Plans, diagrams, pictures and panoramic pictures One page ONLY One page ONLY h) Human, Culture and Activities: To illustrate the human, culture, issues, activities etc. Plans and pictures One page ONLY i) Climate: To illustrate micro climate such as sun path, wind, shade etc through diagrams and plans of the site. Plan and/or section and diagram One page ONLY j) SWOT Analysis: To describe the Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threats of the site in relation to the Final Project final outcome. Chart or table with pictures and diagrams Pictures, drawings or video Two Max k) Special observation that the group would like to present that helps with the Final Project design. 2 page One page ONLY
  3. 3. DV.2013 april /sept dmz Case Study & Idea Proposal – INDIVIDUAL: a) Individually, each student should come up with two or more “case study” related to the Final Project requirements to produce a toy display box. Each group member should present a case study on not more than 3 pieces of A3 paper. Students may show other supported documents such as books or video etc. b) Students are then required to propose two or three initial ideas for the Final Project. The ideas should take consideration of the site, the site analysis, the character of the toy, materials and the engaging feature(s) of the proposed display box. Students will need to prepare doodles, sketches and diagram to propose their ideas on min 3 A3 paper. Requirement All drawings, sketches and diagrams must be hand drawn and hand written. Photos allowed (not more than 40%) of the visuals and illustration). The Site Analysis documents should be between 12 – 17 pieces of A3 paper. For the “case study” and idea proposal each group member should only produce maximum 10 A3 paper. In groups students will have to present their Site Analysis on presentation day. Each student must give a verbal presentation. Each group will be given 15 minutes ONLY to present. MARKS WILL BE DEDUCTED TO THOSE WHO DOES NOT ATTEND THE PRESENTATION. Assessment criteria Site Analysis 10% of the final marks  Critical analysis and clarity of information  Application of diagrams and drawings used to explain the site analysis  Presentation techniques and quality on paper and verbally Case Study & Ideas 5% of the final marks  Case Study relevance content and quality of information  Quality of ideas, design process and sketches and visuals 40% 40% 20% (10% Final Marks) Total 100% 40% 60% (5% Final Marks) Total 100% NOTE: PLEASE BE INFORMED THAT INVIDUAL COMPONENTS IN GROUP WORKS IS EVALUATED BASED ON PEER EVALUATION AND INSTRUCTUR’S EVALUATION ON INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE OF A GROUP MEMBER. 3