STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM<br />This study aims to make a proposed interior environment for St. Ezekiel Homes located at Ero...
What are the Elements and principles of design that would best suit for the required interior of the St. Ezekiel Homes Bui...
What are the specific design concept that is appropriate in designing the interior environment of the St. Ezekiel Homes Bu...
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY<br />	It must be remembered that an interior design must not be taken for granted. Its effective...
This study will benefit the following individuals:<br />THE OCCUPANTS<br />The occupants would greatly benefit from the pr...
THE YOUNG PEOPLE<br />young people who wants to live on their own and be independent often takes a condo or a place that t...
THE RESEARCHER<br />This study is important to the researcher in relation to his/her chosen course, for it challenges him ...
OTHER RESEARCHERS<br />This study could also provide information for the students who will be conducting related study on ...
THE FUTURE RESEARCHERS<br />	This study will provide useful information for the future researchers as reference to their c...
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK<br />In conceiving this study, different theories of learning and knowledge have been used and quote...
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK<br />Eleanor McMillen Brown, in her work <br />“Sixty Years of Interior Design”<br />
“Sixty Years of Interior Design”<br />“Contemporary painting and sculpture are happy with furniture of the past. Fabrics o...
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK<br />Van Day Truex, in his work <br />“The Man who Defined Twentieth- Century Taste”<br />“there is ...
Frank A. Parson, in his work <br />“Interior Decoration : It’s Principle and Practice”<br />It’s Principle and Practice” s...
John Saldino’swork said that <br />“the most successful buildings demonstrate harmonious relationships in scale, whether e...
Albert Hadley, in his work<br />“The story of America’s Pre eminent Interior Designer”<br />THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK<br />
Albert Hadley<br />“a designer must understand that taste is not a standard but the power to discern, to concentrate. Tast...
CONDOMINIUM<br />is a form of home ownership in which individual units of a larger complex are sold not rented. These unit...
PENT HOUSE<br />a special apartment on the top floor of a building.<br />a small apartment usually consisting of one main ...
HOME<br />is a place of residence or refuge and comfort. It is usually a place in which an individual or a family can rest...
RESIDENTIAL<br />is a land use in which housing predominates, as opposed to industrial and commercial areas.<br />a room i...
GAME ROOM<br />a recreation room for noisy activities, especially a room used for table games, such as pool or table tenni...
PATIO<br />a part of a structure having some specific characteristic or function, “ the spacious cooking area provided ple...
BEDROOM<br />is a private room where people usually sleep for the night or relax during the day.<br />a room in the house ...
LIVING ROOM<br />often called as sitting room, lounge room, or lounge. It is a room for entertaining guests, reading, watc...
DINING ROOM<br />is a room for consuming food. In modern times it is usually adjacent to the kitchen for convenience in se...
KITCHEN<br />a room or an area equipped for preparing food. It is usually connected to dining room.<br />the process or dr...
MODERN<br />characteristic of present and recent time ; contemporary ; not ancient or remote. It is pertaining to, or char...
This study is limited to the interior environment of the proposed St. Ezekiel Homes.<br /> <br />Also, it is required to c...
SCOPE AND LIMITATION<br />STUDIO<br />APARTMENT<br />LIVING AND DINING <br />BEDROOM<br />CONDO TYPE UNIT <br /> <br />1- ...
PENTHOUSE<br />LIVING ROOM<br /> DINING/ KITCHEN<br /> GAMEROOM<br /> PARLOR<br /> MASTER’S BEDROOM<br /> LIBRARY<br />SCO...
The research will focus working on the following presentation drawings:<br />SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN<br /> MAPPINGS<br />VIC...
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  2. 2. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM<br />This study aims to make a proposed interior environment for St. Ezekiel Homes located at Eroreco Subdivision, Bacolod City.<br />Specifically, it aims to provide answers to the identified subject matters.<br />
  3. 3. What are the Elements and principles of design that would best suit for the required interior of the St. Ezekiel Homes Building?<br />What are the required areas and utility needed?<br />STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM<br />
  4. 4. What are the specific design concept that is appropriate in designing the interior environment of the St. Ezekiel Homes Building?<br />What are the types of materials to be used in the construction of St. Ezekiel Homes?<br />STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM<br />
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  6. 6. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY<br /> It must be remembered that an interior design must not be taken for granted. Its effectiveness could be easily detected through the convenience it offers. Its quality and design call the attention of the people using the space.<br />
  7. 7. This study will benefit the following individuals:<br />THE OCCUPANTS<br />The occupants would greatly benefit from the proposed project through acquiring residences that will cater to their needs.<br />SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY<br />
  8. 8. THE YOUNG PEOPLE<br />young people who wants to live on their own and be independent often takes a condo or a place that they could call home and the units could cater to their needs as young adults who wants to be independent.<br />SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY<br />
  9. 9. THE RESEARCHER<br />This study is important to the researcher in relation to his/her chosen course, for it challenges him greatly to be able to come up with an effective and ideal solution to the said research. Finally, this study will develop the character of the researcher through the promotion of hard work, dedication and the love of learning.<br />SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY<br />
  10. 10. OTHER RESEARCHERS<br />This study could also provide information for the students who will be conducting related study on the development of residences, and similar fields. This could really help others by providing data and information pertinent to their works.<br />SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY<br />
  11. 11. THE FUTURE RESEARCHERS<br /> This study will provide useful information for the future researchers as reference to their conducted proposals for building design and enhancement.<br />SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY<br />
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  13. 13. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK<br />In conceiving this study, different theories of learning and knowledge have been used and quoted. The following are the main concepts and constructs upon this study is based.<br />
  14. 14. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK<br />Eleanor McMillen Brown, in her work <br />“Sixty Years of Interior Design”<br />
  15. 15. “Sixty Years of Interior Design”<br />“Contemporary painting and sculpture are happy with furniture of the past. Fabrics of contemporary colors and textures and suitable and appealing on old chairs. Old patterns seem excitingly fresh when rejuvenated by a contemporary palette. Modern Lighting and ventilation enhance otherwise traditional rooms.”<br />
  16. 16. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK<br />Van Day Truex, in his work <br />“The Man who Defined Twentieth- Century Taste”<br />“there is nothing more trite than a period room imposed on a contemporary setting.”<br />
  17. 17. Frank A. Parson, in his work <br />“Interior Decoration : It’s Principle and Practice”<br />It’s Principle and Practice” said that “a house is but the normal expression of one’s intellectual concept of fitness and his aesthetic ideal of what is beautiful.”<br />THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK<br />
  18. 18. John Saldino’swork said that <br />“the most successful buildings demonstrate harmonious relationships in scale, whether extremely to their surroundings, or internally to their occupants.”<br />THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK<br />
  19. 19. Albert Hadley, in his work<br />“The story of America’s Pre eminent Interior Designer”<br />THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK<br />
  20. 20. Albert Hadley<br />“a designer must understand that taste is not a standard but the power to discern, to concentrate. Taste is an appreciation of order and a sure knowledge of what constitute of fitness. These concepts can be learned through education, travel, experience, and living. In learning these principles, the person will come to understand that a room-any-room is simply an enclosure of space and time for a specific purpose. The challenge is to know what is suitable in these defined space.<br />
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  22. 22. CONDOMINIUM<br />is a form of home ownership in which individual units of a larger complex are sold not rented. These units maybe renovated apartments, townhouses or even commercial warehouses.<br />
  23. 23. PENT HOUSE<br />a special apartment on the top floor of a building.<br />a small apartment usually consisting of one main living space, a small kitchen, and a bathroom.<br />STUDIO TYPE APARTMENT<br />
  24. 24. HOME<br />is a place of residence or refuge and comfort. It is usually a place in which an individual or a family can rest and be able to store personal property.<br />
  25. 25. RESIDENTIAL<br />is a land use in which housing predominates, as opposed to industrial and commercial areas.<br />a room in a private home set apart for the entertainment of visitors. It is a small lounge or sitting room affording limited privacy, as at an inn or tavern.<br />PARLOR ROOM<br />
  26. 26. GAME ROOM<br />a recreation room for noisy activities, especially a room used for table games, such as pool or table tennis. ( rumpus room, playroom )<br />an outer room that leads to another room and that is often used as waiting room<br />ANTE ROOM<br />
  27. 27. PATIO<br />a part of a structure having some specific characteristic or function, “ the spacious cooking area provided plenty of room for servants”.<br />a space enclosed by walls, adjoining or in a castle or other large building.<br />COURTYARD<br />
  28. 28. BEDROOM<br />is a private room where people usually sleep for the night or relax during the day.<br />a room in the house in which the head of the house sleeps. Sometimes it is dedicated to a bathroom, often called as ensuite.<br />MASTER BEDROOM<br />
  29. 29. LIVING ROOM<br />often called as sitting room, lounge room, or lounge. It is a room for entertaining guests, reading, watching TV or other activities.<br />
  30. 30. DINING ROOM<br />is a room for consuming food. In modern times it is usually adjacent to the kitchen for convenience in serving. It is the principal rooms used for meals, in which the family in a private house, or guests in a hotel, come together at mealtimes.<br />
  31. 31. KITCHEN<br />a room or an area equipped for preparing food. It is usually connected to dining room.<br />the process or dressing or grooming one’s self. It is a room or shelter in which to defecate or urinate.<br />TOILET AND BATH<br />
  32. 32. MODERN<br />characteristic of present and recent time ; contemporary ; not ancient or remote. It is pertaining to, or characteristic of contemporary styles of art, literature, music, etc.<br />often also used as synonym for “modern”. It also means present time<br />CONTEMPORARY<br />
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  34. 34. This study is limited to the interior environment of the proposed St. Ezekiel Homes.<br /> <br />Also, it is required to comply with the requirements of the following areas:<br />
  35. 35. SCOPE AND LIMITATION<br />STUDIO<br />APARTMENT<br />LIVING AND DINING <br />BEDROOM<br />CONDO TYPE UNIT <br /> <br />1- BEDROOM<br />LIVING/ DINING/ KITCHEN<br /> BEDROOM<br /> 2- BEDROOM<br /> LIVING/ DINING/ KITCHEN<br /> BEDROOM<br />
  36. 36. PENTHOUSE<br />LIVING ROOM<br /> DINING/ KITCHEN<br /> GAMEROOM<br /> PARLOR<br /> MASTER’S BEDROOM<br /> LIBRARY<br />SCOPE AND LIMITATION<br />
  37. 37. The research will focus working on the following presentation drawings:<br />SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN<br /> MAPPINGS<br />VICINITY MAP<br />FLOOR PLANS<br />FUNCTIONAL AREAS<br />FURNITURE LAY-OUT<br />SECTIONAL ELEVATION<br /> REFLECTED CEILING PLAN<br />FLOOR TREATMENT PLAN<br /> INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE DRAWINGS<br /> FURNITURE DESIGNS<br />SWATCHES AND SAMPLES<br /> SCALE MODEL<br />COST ESTIMATES<br />EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE<br />
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