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Milli Jain , Residential Design Diploma ,NSQF Level 5

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Milli Jain , Residential Design Diploma ,NSQF Level 5

  1. 1. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio Milli Jain 2016-2017 Today a Reader Tomorrow a Leader
  2. 2. Project Report On Residential Space Planning At Dezyne E͛cole College Ajmer Towards The Partial Fulfillment Of 1 Year Residential Design Diploma, NSQF Level 5 of NSDC By: Milli Jain Today a Reader Tomorrow a Leader Dezyne E͛Cole College 106/10, Civil Lines, Ajmer Tel.: 0145 – 2624679 www.dezynecole.com 2016 – 2017 RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  3. 3. SYNOPSIS This Project Report On Residential Space Planning Has Been Created, Developed And Designed By Me, During My Study Of Residential Spaces Confirming To NSQF Level 5 Of NSDC. In This Project I Have Discussed How Residential Spaces Need To Be Devised As Per Climatology And Bio Climatic Design Of Rajasthan, Green Building Concepts, Using Orientation, Daylight, Ventilation And Landscaping Of Land. Through Landscaping I Learnt That The Micro Climate Can Be Lowered By 6- 8° On The Plot And This Has Been Inculcated In My Design Of Residential Plot. Further I Paid Attention To The Building Bye-laws Of The Plot And Than As Per The Study Of Spaces And How Planning Is Done As Per Louis Kahn Principles, I Devised The Plan Of The Residential Area; Using Concept Of Watcher For A Living Room, Attending To Served And Servant Areas. While Devising The Plan I Even Paid Attention On Different Types Of Approaches And Entrances To The House and Levelling Of Space. I Even Paid Attention In The Planning As To How Shapes Develops Into Forms And Forms Follows Functions. The Way Forms Are Clustered To Make A Cohesive Zone Of Space Planning. Finally I Studied About The Client And Created A Mood Board, Furniture Selections And Accessories Board And Designed The Space. All The Design Development Creation Of Orthographic Projection Has Been Done Using Google Sketch Up. I Request You To Kindly Go Through My Portfolio Pages. As A Novice In This Field I Have Tried My Level Best To Bring Out The Best Of My Knowledge Gained At Dezyne E’cole College. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  4. 4. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I, Milli Jain, Student Of Dezyne E͛cole College, Am Extremely Grateful ToEach And Every Individual Who Has Contributed In Successful Completion Of My Project. I Would Like To Express My Special Thanks Of Gratitude Towards Dezyne E͛cole College And Its Mentors For Their Guidance And Constant Supervision As Well As For Providing Me The Necessary Information And Support Regarding The Completion Of Project. I Also Want To Thank My Parents And My Friends Who Helped Me A Lot In Finalizing This Project Within A Limited Time Frame. Thank You. Due Regards Milli Jain RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  5. 5. This Project Report Of Ms. Milli Jain , A Student 1 Year Residential Design Diploma, NSQF Level 5, NSDC, Has Been Checked And Is Graded As Thank You Principal (Seal & Sign) Today a Reader Tomorrow a Leader RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  6. 6. Interior Designer Milli Jain Bachelor Of Science In Interior Design Dezyne E'cole College, Ajmer (2016-2019) Bachelor Of Commerce Government College, Ajmer (2014-2017) dezyneecole@gmail.com www.dezyneecole.com 01452629679, 9829024839 Skills: • Idea Generation • Good Knowledge Of Colours • Drafting (Metric Projections) • Sketching Activities: • Explained About Primary Elements • Of Design And Universal Design In Identity Exhibition (2016) • Developed A Prototype Of Furniture. • Handled A Residential Project. Interests: • Creating New Designs • Reading Books Of Designing Language: • English • Hindi Residential Design Diploma, NSQF Level 5 Of NSDC, (2016-2017)
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  8. 8. CONTENT INTERIORDESIGN RESIDENTIALDESIGN CASESTUDY RESEARCHANALYSIS PLANNINGPROCESS ARCHITECTURALLAYOUTS CASESTUDY(2) ARCHITECTURALLAYOUTS DESIGNDEVELOPMENT DESIGNINGPAPERS CONCLUSION 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11
  9. 9. INTERIORDESIGN 01
  10. 10. Interior Design Interior Design Is The Art And Science Of Enhancing The Interiors, Sometimes Including The Exterior, Of A Space Or Building, To Achieve A Healthier And More Aesthetically Pleasing Environment For The End User. An Interior Designer Is Someone Who Plans, Researches, Coordinates, And Manages Such Projects. Interior Design Is A Multifaceted Profession That Includes Conceptual Development, Space Planning, Site Inspections, Programming, Research, Communicating With The Stakeholders Of A Project, Construction Management, And Execution Of The Design. Interior Designer Interior Designer Implies That There Is More Of An Emphasis On Planning, Functional Design And The Effective Use Of Space, As Compared To Interior Decorator. An Interior Designer Can Undertake Projects That Include Arranging The Basic Layout Of Spaces Within A Building As Well As Projects That Require An Understanding Of Technical Issues Such As Window And Door Positioning, Acoustics, And Lighting. Although An Interior Designer May Create The Layout Of A Space, They May Not Alter Load-bearing Walls Without Having Their Designs Stamped For Approval By A Structural Engineer. Interior Designers Often Work Directly With Architects, Engineers And Contractors. Interior Designers Must Be Highly Skilled In Order To Create Interior Environments That Are Functional, Safe, And Adhere To Building Codes, Regulations And Ada Requirements. They Go Beyond The Selection Of Colour Palettes And Furnishings And Apply Their Knowledge To The Development Of Construction Documents, Occupancy Loads, Healthcare Regulations And Sustainable Design Principles, As Well As The Management And Coordination Of Professional Services Including Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, And Life Safety—all To Ensure That People Can Live, Learn Or Work In An Innocuous Environment That Is Also Aesthetically Pleasing. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  11. 11. Someone May Wish To Specialize And Develop Technical Knowledge Specific To One Area Or Type Of Interior Design, Such As Residential Design, Commercial Design, Hospitality Design, Healthcare Design, Universal Design, Exhibition Design, Furniture Design, And Spatial Branding. Interior Design Is A Creative Profession That Is Relatively New, Constantly Evolving, And Often Confusing To The Public. It Is Not An Artistic Pursuit And Relies On Research From Many Fields To Provide A Well-trained Understanding Of How People Are Influenced By Their Environments. Let Us Understand The Work Of Interior Designer: 1. Interior Design As A Skill: Building Engineering Was The Pioneer Design Field Out Of Which Many Specialities Like Architecture, Civil Engineering And Interior Designing Has Separated. All These Skills Deals With Buildings Using Many Common Materials And Techniques. Interior Design As A Result Has Certain Affinity To Architecture. In Future Many Other Skills May Also Emerge From Interior Design. 2. Design Studio: A Interior Designer Now Operates From A Design Studio Or Office. The Studio Is Used For Creating Drawings, Sketches, Other Presentations, Models, Prototypes, Dummies, Samples, Etc. It Contains Samples Of ,Materials And Catalogues. A Studio Is A Fixed Location Facility Where Interior Designer Meets His Clients, Suppliers And Craft Persons. 3. Design + Execution Practice: Schematic Documentation Of Design Has Been Very Difficult And The Most Irritating Aspect Of Business. Amateur Interior Designers Lack The Capacity To Document Their Design Intensions, So Prefer To Work On Site, Providing Oral Instructions To Contractors. The Tradition Of Combining Design + Execution Persists Because Interior Components Require Complex Details And Qualities.Materials For Their Sensorial RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  12. 12. 4. Forms Of Interior Design Practices: Today Many Different Forms Of Interior Design Practices Exists, Ranging From Pure Design, Design With Supply, Design Along With Supply And Execution. 5. Interior Design And Other Design Professions: Interior Design Is An Independent Profession. Interior Designer Works In Conjunction With Other Design Professionals Who Need Interior Design Contribution In Their Work. Interior Designers Who Also Use Expertise Of Other Professionals For Their Work, Theses Includes Environmental Engineers, Ecologist, Furnishing Experts, Textile Designers, Painters And An Array Of Craft Persons. 6. Specialization In Interior Design: To Become A Specialist, One Needs To Limit The Work To Projects Of Particular Nature. But It Is Very Difficult To Get Projects To Suit A Predefined Field Of Specialisation. In Reality As And When Opportunity Arise, A Designer Preferences Project That Builds Up The Specific Sphere Of Experience. 7. Opportunities For Interior Designers: Interior Designer Get Different Professional Opportunities. In Each Case, The Style Of Work, Responsibilities, Nature Of Compensation, Job Satisfaction And Scope Of Advancement Are Different. One May Work As An Independent Design Professional As A Free Lancer, Conditional Associate Or A Profit Sharing Employee. Interior Designer Works In Many Parallel Fields, Such As Product Design, Prototypes, Production Of Interior Parte And Components, Maintenance Person, Advisor And As An Administrator. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  13. 13. INTERIOR DESIGN
  14. 14. RESIDENTIALDESIGN 02
  15. 15. Residential Design Residential Design Is The Design Of The Interior Of Private Residences. As This Type Design Is Very Specific For Individual Situations, The Needs And Wants Of The Individual Are Paramount In This Area Of Interior Design. The Interior Designer May Work On The Project From The Initial Planning Stage Or May Work On The Remodelling Of An Existing Structure. It Is Often A Very Involved Process That Takes Months To Fine-tune And Create A Space With The Vision Of The Client. Residential Interior Design And Liveability Residential Interior Designers Coordinate The Interiors Of Homes, Which Means That Their Job Is Very Different Than Someone Who Designs Something Like A Bank Or A Commercial Center. Interior Design Is Always A Matter Of Balancing Aesthetic And Function, So We Need To Consider The Primary Function Of A Residence: It's A Place Where People Live. Therefore, A Residential Designer's Primary Focus Is Creating A Liveable Space. This Means That Residential Designs Needs To Be Comfortable And Useable. Think Of What You Use Your Home For. It's Where You Relax, Cook, And Eat. It May Be Where You Entertain Close Friends Or Small Groups Of Guests. You May Have A Home Office For Working. Residential Needs Tend To Be Focused On Smaller Groups And Relaxed Atmospheres Than You'd Find In A Commercial Building, And The Interior Designers Needs To Ensure That The Colours, Lighting, Furniture, Appliances, Temperature, And General Layout Meet These Needs. In Other Words, The Interior Needs To Be Liveable. Designers and Architects Since residential interior design is focused on liveability, designers and architects must work closely together. Occasionally, the architect will take charge of interior design (Frank Lloyd Wright was famous for doing this), but more frequently the architect works closely with a designer whose sole job is planning the interior aesthetic. In fact, a single residence may utilize multiple designers who each specialize in one area of living: the kitchen, the bedrooms, home offices, etc. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  16. 16. Division Of Space The Balance Of Private And Public Spaces Means That Interior Designers Need To Know How To Divide Space Within A Residence. This Is Often Done With Architectural Features Like Walls And Windows, But Just As Frequently Is A Matter Of Aesthetic Design. Imagine A House With A Central Kitchen That Opens Into A Dining Room, A Living Room, And A Foyer. Without Adding Additional Architectural Features, We Can Completely Change The Relationship Between These Spaces. In Terms Of Architecture, However, There Are A Few Major Things That The Designer Will Often Add Or Change To The Architect's Plan. Does The Designer Envision A More Open Interior Feel? Then They May Suggest Removing Non- essential Walls And Adding More Windows For Natural Lighting. Does The Designer Want A More Intimate Feel? Lower Ceilings, Fewer Windows, And Tighter Spaces May Do The Trick. The Designer's Job Is To Manage Architectural Features So As To Ensure The Appropriate Balance Of Private Versus Public Space. All Residences Require Both. Public Spaces, Like Dining Rooms Or Living Rooms, Tend To Feel Open And Airy. Private Spaces, Like Bedrooms, Tend To Be More Intimate And Enclosed. Interior Designers Work With Architects To Ensure That The Physical Building Balances Needs Of Living. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  17. 17. RESIDENTIAL
  18. 18. CASESTUDY 03
  19. 19. Case Study You Are Supposed To Make A Plan Of A House For Your Client Mr. Singh On A Land Of Size 52͛ X 62͛. The Plot Is Situated In Ajmer, City Of Rajasthan. There Are Four Members In His Family, He (44 ) His Wife(42) And Two Children(18 And 19). The Family Is Having A Good Lifestyle And Is Upper Class Living. Apart From The Basic Needs Of The House Mr. Singh Had Asked For Certain Areas For The House Which Are As Under: • Family Sit Out • Separate Living Room For Guests • Two Children Bedrooms • Water Body • Mezzanine Floor • Gym • Garden Area RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  20. 20. BUILDING CLIMATOLOGY: Map Of India Map Of Rajasthan Map Of Ajmer Location Of Site Macro Climate Micro Climate Orientation Bio Climatic Design Green Building Design LEED Certification Daylight Ventilation Stack Effect Wind Effect RESEARCHANALYSIS 04
  21. 21. Map Of India Located In The Continent Of Asia, India Covers 2,973,193 Square Kilometres Of Land And 314,070 Square Kilometres Of Water, Making It The 7th Largest Nation In The World With A Total Area Of 3,287,263 Square Kilometres. India Lies On The Indian Plate, The Northern Portion Of The Indo Australian Plate, Whose Continental Crust Forma The Indian Subcontinent. The Country Is Situated North Of The Equator Between 8°4͛ And 37°6͛north Latitude And 68°7͛ And 97°25͛ East Longitude. It Is The Seventh Largest Country In The World. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  22. 22. Map Of Rajasthan India's Largest State In Area, Located In The Western Side Of The Country. Western Rajasthan Is Relatively Dry And Infertile And Southern Part Is Wetter. Hilly And Fertile. On Average Winter Temperature Ranges From 8° – 28° C And Summer Temperature 25°- 46°c. Longitude- 69° E To 78° E Latitude- 23° N To 30° N RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  23. 23. Map Of Ajmer My Site Is Located In Ajmer City Of Rajasthan. Ajmer Has A Typical Desert Climate And Hot And Arid With Maximum Temperature Near 40° C While Minimum Is 28° C Winters Are Chilly With Minimum Temperature Of 10° C Temperature Ranges From 28° C - 40° C. In Ajmer My Site Is Located In Civil Lines. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  24. 24. Location Of Site Main road Savitri College College ResidentialBuildings Khadim Hotel Restaurant Residential Buildings Site Main road Distance From Major Landmarks • Hospital = 350 M • Railway Station= 2.5 Km • Bus Stand= 1 Km • College= Adjoining • Restaurant= 100 M My Site Is Located In Ajmer City Of Rajasthan. Ajmer Has A Typical Desert Climate And Hot And Arid. Temperature Ranges From 28°-48°c. In Ajmer My Site Is Located In Civil Lines. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  25. 25. Macro Climate Macro Climate Is A Climate Of A Larger Geographical Areas Such As Continents And Oceans Or Large Parts Thereof. It Deals With The Climatic Features Of These Areas. If Such A Part Of The Earths Surface Is Sufficiently Uniform In Its Geographic Factors And Conditions Of General Atmospheric Circulation It Will Have A Certain Macroclimate. The Macroclimate Are Being Characterized By The Quantitative Indexes That Refer To The Entire Area Being Considered, I.E. Intervals With Which Particular Climatic Characteristics Change Throughout The Area Or Their Average Value For The Entire Area. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  26. 26. Micro Climate A Microclimate Is A Local Set Of Atmospheric Conditions That Differ From Those In The Surrounding Areas, Often With A Slight Difference But Sometimes With A Substantial One. The Term May Refer To Areas As Small As A Few Square Meters Or Square Feet (For Example A Garden Bed Or A Cave) Or As Large As Many Square Kilometres Or Square Miles. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  27. 27. Orientation Orientation Is The Positioning Of A Building In Relation To Seasonal Variations In The Sun͛s Path As Well As Prevailing Wind Patterns. Good Orientation Can Increase The Energy Efficiency Of Your Home, Making It More Comfortable To Live In And Cheaper To Run. Good Orientation, Combined With Other Energy Efficiency Features, Can Reduce Or Even Eliminate The Need For Auxiliary Heating And Cooling, Resulting In Lower Energy Bills, Reduced Greenhouse Gas Emissions And Improved Comfort. It Takes Account Of Summer And Winter Variations In The Sun͛s Path As Well As The Direction And Type Of Winds, Such As Cooling Breezes. Before Planning Any Space We First Check The Orientation Of The Site. We Check The Orientation By Placing A Compass In The Center Of The Plot And The Directions Are Noted. I Have Taken East West Orientation. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  28. 28. North: 1. Storage 2. Other area 3. Garden area 4. Bed room 5. Library area 6. Short trees South: 1. Living room 2. Kitchen 3. Dining 4. Study room 5. Other area 6. Water body 7. Long trees East: 1. Bed room 2. Guest bed room 3. Bath room 4. Living room 5. Balcony 6. kitchen West: 1. Stair case 2. Corridors 3. Storage West South East Covered Area S e t B a c k Living room Kitchen Dining Set Back North Set Back Storage Other area Garden area S e t Stair case Corridors StorageB a c k Main Entrance Bed room Bath room kitchen RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  29. 29. Bio Climatic Design Environmental Design Aims To Minimize The Negative Environmental Impact Of Buildings By Using Less Energy And Fewer Limited Resources, Eliminating Pollution, Employing Reusable Materials And Efficient Use Of Space. Concepts, Known As Sustainable, Vernacular, Bioclimatic Architecture, Involve Minimizing Heat Gain By The Building, Minimizing Solar Heating Of The Envelope And Solar Penetration Through Windows And So On. In Bioclimatic Architecture, The Building Does Not Serve Only As A Shelter, But Becomes A System Seeking For Beneficial Conditions With Minimal Consumption Of Fossil Energy. From This Aspect, Architecture Is Environmental Architecture, Consuming From The Natural Resources Of The Environment The Necessary Minimum, Without Affecting It All. Moreover, The Amount Of Energy Use In A Building Is A Direct Result Of The Climate, The Building's Use And The Building's Form. One Of The Most Important Things In Building Energy Efficiency Is The Climate You Are Designing. Without Knowing The Temperature, Solar Radiation, Wind Velocity, Etc., It Is Not Possible To Design A Building That Is Energy Efficient Without Being Wasteful Of Resources. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  30. 30. Bioclimatic Design Strategies RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio In Winter, The Objectives Of Bioclimatic Design Are To Resist Loss Of Heat From The Building Envelope And To Promote Gain Of Solar Heat. In Summer (Or Overheated Periods), These Objectives Are The Reverse, To Resist Solar Gain And To Promote Loss Of Heat From The Building Interior. The Strategies Can Be Set Forth As: 1. Minimize Conductive Heat Flow. This Strategy Is Achieved By Using Insulation. It Is Effective When The Outdoor Temperature Is Significantly Different, Either Lower Or Higher Than The Interior Comfort Range. In Summer, This Strategy Should Be Considered Whenever Ambient Temperatures Are Within Or Above The Comfort Range And Where Natural Cooling Strategies Cannot Be Relied Upon To Achieve Comfort. 2. Delay Periodic Heat Flow. While The Insulation Value Of Building Materials Is Well Understood, It Is Not As Widely Appreciated That Building Envelope Materials Also Can Delay Heat Flows That Can Be Used To Improve Comfort And To Lower Energy Costs. Time Lag Through Masonry Walls, For Example, Can Delay The Days Thermal Impact Until Evening And Is A Particularly Valuable Technique In Hot Arid Climates With Wide Day-night Temperature Variations. Techniques Of Earth Sheltering And Berming Also Exploit The Long-lag Effect Of Subsurface Construction. 3. Minimize Infiltration. Infiltration Refers To Uncontrolled Air Leakage Around Doors And Windows And Through Joints, Cracks, And Faulty Seals In The Building Envelope. Infiltration(and The Resulting Exfiltration Of Heated Or Cooled Air) Is Considered The Largest And Potentially The Most Intractable Source Of Energy Loss In A Building, Once Other Practical Insulation Measures Have Been Taken.
  31. 31. 4. Provide Thermal Storage Thermal Mass Inside Of The Insulated Envelope Is Critical To Dampening The Swings In Air Temperature And In Storing Heat In Winter And As A Heatsink In Summer. 5. Promote Solar Gain. The Sun Can Provide A Substantial Portion Of Winter Heating Energy Through Elements Such As Equatorial-facing Windows And Greenhouses, And Other Passive Solar Techniques Which Use Spaces To Collect, Store, And Transfer Solar Heat. 6. Minimize External Air Flow. Winter Winds Increase The Rate Of Heat Loss From A Building By Washing Away Heat And Thus Accelerating The Cooling Of The Exterior Envelope Surfaces By Conduction, And Also By Increasing Infiltration (Or More Properly, Exfiltration)losses. Siting And Shaping A Building To Minimize Wind Exposure Or Providing Wind Breaks Can Reduce The Impact Of Such Winds. 7. Promote Ventilation Cooling By Air Flow Through An Interior May Be Propelled By Two Natural Processes, Cross-ventilation (Wind Driven) And Stack-effect Ventilation (Driven By The Buoyancy Of Heated Air Even In The Absence Of External Wind Pressure). A Fan (Using Photovoltaic For Fan Power) Can Be An Efficient Way To Augment Natural Ventilation Cooling In The Absence Of Sufficient Wind Or Stack-pressure Differential. 8. Minimize Solar Gain The Best Means For Ensuring Comfort From The Heat Of Summer Is To Minimize The Effects Of The Direct Sun By Shading Windows From The Sun, Or Otherwise Minimizing The Building Surfaces Exposed To Summer Sun, By Use Of Radiant Barriers And By Insulation. 9. Promote Radiant Cooling. A Building Can Lose Heat Effectively If The Mean Radiant Temperature Of The Materials At Its Outer Surface Is Greater Than That Of Its Surroundings Principally The Night Sky. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  32. 32. The Mean Radiant Temperature Of The Building Surface Is Determined By The Intensity Of Solar Irradiation, The Material Surface (Film Coefficient) And By The Emissivity Of Its Exterior Surface (Its Ability To Emit Or Re-radiate Heat). This Contributes Only Marginally, If The Building Envelope Is Well Insulated. 10. Promote Evaporative Cooling Sensible Cooling Of A Building Interior Can Be Achieved By Evaporating Moisture Into The Incoming Air Stream (Or, If An Existing Roof Has Little Insulation, By Evaporative Cooling The Exterior Envelope Such As By A Roof Spray.) These Simple And Traditional Techniques Are Most Useful In Hot-dry Climates If Water Is Available For Mechanically Assisted Evaporative Cooling Is Economizer-cycle Evaporative Cooling System, Conjunction With Refrigerant Air Conditioning. Controlled Usage. Achieved With An Instead Of, Or In RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  33. 33. Green Building Design Green Building As A Concept Has Become Popular In Recent Years Arising Out Of Concerns Of Unsustainability And Climate Change. In This Era Of Climate Change Becoming More Evident With Each Year, The Concept Of Green Building Is Premised On Being Energy And Resource Efficient From Its Inception To Manifestation; In Order To Minimize Environmental And Energy Consumption Costs. Although, The Concept Of Green Building May Seem New, But The Practice Has Been Done Since Many Centuries In India In The Form Of White Roofs Of Jaisalmer To Rain Water Harvesting Methods Of Baolis (Step- Wells), Hauz (Water Reservoir) And Tals (Lakes) In Numerous Old Forts And Palaces Of India. Even In Contemporary India, Many Sustainable Techniques Are Being Promoted By The Government Of India In Synchronization With State Governments, For Instance In The Case Of Installing Rain Water Harvesting Systems On Roofs Of Individual Houses In Order To Get House Completion Certificates In Haryana Or Using Solar Water Heaters And Panels To Fulfil Energy Needs And So On. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  34. 34. Energy Efficiency And Use Of Renewable Sources Of Energy Are Also Promoted In Industrial Buildings As Well By Giving Subsidies In The Form Of Tax Relaxations. A Green Building Must Be In Synchronisation With Its Environment And Specifically With Its Local Climatic Regime Because If This Is Not The Case, Then The Added Temperature Controlling Mechanisms Will Render The Building Non- Green And Unsustainable As It Would Consume Energy To Regulate An Adequate Temperature Regime Within The Confines Of The Building. In Such A Scenario, The Important Role Is Played By The Design Of The Building And The Construction Material Because If Either Of Them Is Not In Synchronisation With The Immediate Environment, Then The Building Will Render Itself To Be Unsustainable. Green Buildings Are The Need Of The Hour Because They Will Help Reduce Our Ecological Footprint By Adapting To The Existing Climate And Helping Us To Mitigate The Effects Of Climate Change To A Considerable Level. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  35. 35. LEED Certification Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is one of the most popular green building certification programs used worldwide. Developed by the non-profit U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) it includes a set of rating systems for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of green buildings, homes, and neighbourhoods that aims to help building owners and operators be environmentally responsible and use resources efficiently. Certification level: Buildings can qualify for four levels of certification: Certified: 40–49 points Silver: 50-59 points Gold: 60-79 points Platinum: 80 points and above Goal of the credit system: The LEED 2009 performance credit system aims to allocate points "based on the potential environmental impacts and human benefits of each credit." These are weighed using the environmental impact categories of the United States Environmental Protection Agency͛s Tools for the Reduction and Assessment of Chemical and Other Environmental Impacts (TRACI). and the environmental-impact weighting scheme developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  36. 36. Daylight A House Filled With Sunlight Is Cheery, Warm And Inviting. Throughout The Day, The Sun Marks Time, Subtly Changing The Colour And Shape Of Rooms. Like Water And Fire, Sunlight Is An Elemental Part Of Our Existence—and A Fundamental Component Of Green Design. Buildings With Abundant Daylight Help Keep Us Physically And Emotionally Healthy. They Also Reduce The Need To Turn On Electric Lights During The Day, Cutting Lighting Energy Consumption By 50 To 80 Percent According To The U.S. Green Building Council. Many Factors Are Involved With The Use Of Daylight In Buildings: 1. Aesthetics: The Play Of Light From Windows On The Surfaces And Textures Casting Interesting Shadows; The Endless Variety Of Mood And Appearances Due To The Movement Of The Sun. 2. Psychological Response: The Sense Of Well Being Associated With Daylight And The Sense Of Orientation That Comes With Being Connected With The Exterior. 3. Health: Improved Resistance To Infections, Skin Disorders And Cardiovascular Impairments 4. Energy And Cost: Reduction In Use Of Electricity And Related Use Of Air Conditioning Loads. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  37. 37. Daylight - Exteriors 9 A.M. 8 A.M. 12 NOON 11 A.M. 1 P.M. 2 P.M. 3 P.M. 4 P.M. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  38. 38. Daylight – Interiors 9 A.M. 8 A.M. 12 NOON 11 A.M. 1 P.M. 2 P.M. 3 P.M. 4 P.M. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  39. 39. Ventilation Ventilation Is The Intentional Introduction Of Subaerial Air Into A Space. Ventilation Is Mainly Used To Control Indoor Air Quality By Diluting And Displacing Indoor Pollutants; It Can Also Be Used For Purposes Of Thermal Comfort When The Introduction Of Subaerial Air Will Help To Achieve Desired Indoor Psychrometric Conditions. Importance Of Ventilation: • Ventilation Is Critical To Home Comfort. Proper Ventilation Prevents Air Pollutants From Affecting The Health Of You And Your Family. • Not Only That, Having Airflow In Your Home Can Get Rid Of Any Unwanted Smells, Such As From Cooking Or Pets. • It Is Also Good To Have An Airflow That Is Uninterrupted, As Anything Blocking The Air Flow In Your Home Can Cause Damage To Both Your Home And Your Health. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  40. 40. Stack Effect Stack Effect Is The Movement Of Air Into And Out Of Buildings, Chimneys, Flue Gas Stacks, Or Other Containers, Resulting From Air Buoyancy. Buoyancy Occurs Due To A Difference In Indoor-to-outdoor Air Density Resulting From Temperature And Moisture Differences. The Result Is Either A Positive Or Negative Buoyancy Force. The Greater The Thermal Difference And The Height Of The Structure, The Greater The Buoyancy Force, And Thus The Stack Effect. The Stack Effect Is Also Referred To As The "Chimney Effect", And It Helps Drive Natural Ventilation, Infiltration, And Fires RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  41. 41. Wind Effect It Refers To The Flow Of External Air To An Indoor Space As A Result Of Pressure Differences Arising From Natural Forces. Wind Driven Ventilation Arises From The Different Pressures Created By Wind Around A Building Or Structure, And Openings Being Formed On The Perimeter Which Then Permit Flow Through The Building. Wind Driven Ventilation Can Be Classified As Cross Ventilation And Single- sided Ventilation. Wind Driven Ventilation Depends On Wind Behaviour, On The Interactions With The Building Envelope And On Openings Or Other Air Exchange Devices Such As Inlets Or Chimneys. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  42. 42. Off- Centered window Top Plan Top Plan Elevation Elevation Rendered View Rendered View Centered window Windows RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  43. 43. Top Plan Top Plan Elevation Elevation Rendered View Rendered View Corned window RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio Windows Four corner window
  44. 44. Top Plan Top Plan Elevation Elevation Rendered View Rendered View Windows Sill ϭ’ϲ” Sill 3’ RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  45. 45. PLANNINGPROCESS 05
  46. 46. Bye-laws: A Bye Law Is A Local Law Framed By A Subordinate Authority. The Building Codes Or Bye-laws Are Defined As The Standards And Specifications Designed To Great Minimum Safeguards To The Workers During Construction; To The Health And Comfort Of Users; And To Provide Enough Safety To The Public In General. The Bye-laws Govern The Following Aspects: 1. Set Back Or Building Line. 2. Floor Space Index Or Built Up Area. 3. Open Space Requirements Around The Building. 4. Size Of The Rooms. 5. Height Of The Rooms And Building. 6. Lightning And Ventilation Of Rooms. 7. Water Supply And Sanitary Provisions. 8. Structural Design Or Sizes And Sections. Height of the building Boundary Wall Pillar Interior Entrance Main Entrance 10-ϭϱ’ Front Set Back ϭϬ’ Ramp RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio Building Bye- Laws
  47. 47. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio The Principles Says That Every Human Has A Personality That Consists Of One Or More Characteristics Like Wise, Rooms Also Have Different Personality And They Work Accordingly. Following Are The Principles Laid Down By Louis Kahn: 1. Leader- Living Room 2. Grouping – Living, Kitchen, Dining 3. Loner- Master Bedroom 4. Servant- Powder Room 5. Watcher- Living Room 6. Outreaching- Living Room 7. Worker- Kitchen 1. Leader: Leader Means A Person Who Leads And Forms Any Group Of Followers. While Doing Space Planning, Living Room Can Be Characterized As A Leader. 2. Grouping: The Space Carrying The Same Character With Other Spaces Is Called Grouping. During Space Planning Kitchen. Dining And Living Room Must Be Grouped Together As These Spaces Are Related To Each Other. 3. Loner: Loner Is A Space Which Requires More Privacy Of Sight And Sound And Avoids Social Interactions. This Characteristic Must Be In Master Bedroom, So It Is Kept Isolated. 4. Servant: The Space That Serves Other Spaces In Someway That Needs To Be Adjacent To Them But Prefer Not To Appeal Visually. Servant Is The Powder Room, Which In Space Planning Must Be Situated Near The Kitchen, Living And Dining And Must Not Be Seen. 5. Watcher: This Type Of Character Causes A Space To Locate Beside The Boundary Of The Project For Attractions In The Environment. The Attractions Can Be A Garden, A Water Body Etc. 6. Outreaching: The Space With This Character Is Located Near The Entrance Or Corridor For Meeting. This Type Of Space Represents The Welcoming Space. 7. Worker: The Space That Often Supplies To Other Spaces Is Called As A Worker. It Is Not Necessary That The Space Should Be Adjacent To The Other Space. A Service Area Usually Has A Worker Character. Louis Kahn Principles
  48. 48. Louis Kahn Principles Points To Remember: Living Room (Watcher): Needs To Have Big Window, Must Have View Of Garden And Of Main Entrance, Is An Activity Zone, Must Have Sunlight I.E. The Room Must Remain Lighted Up With Daylight. Kitchen (Worker): Must Be Connected With Living Room, Need To Have A Secondary Entrance, A Connectivity With Dining And With Powder Room. Toilet (Servant): Must Consists Of A Water Closet And A Wash Basin. Must Be Connected With Kitchen, Dining And Living. Master Bedroom (Loner): Isolation Is Required, Privacy Of Sight Must Be There, A View Can Be Given With Private Garden. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio Living room Master bed room Family space Kitchen Dining Mud room PWD PWD Master Closet Master Bath House entrance Stairs Sit out Sit out
  49. 49. Openings In Space Within Planes: An Opening Can Be Located Wholly Within A Wall Or Ceiling Plane And Be Surrounded On All Sides By The Surface Of The Plane. Centered Grouped Deep- set Skylight Off- centered At Corners: An Opening Can Be Located Along One Edge Or At A Corner Of A Wall Or Ceiling Plane. In Either Case, The Opening Will Be At A Corner Of A Space. Turning corner Skylight Along one edgeAlong two edges RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio Grouped
  50. 50. Openings In Space Between Planes: An Opening Can Extend Vertically Between The Floor And Ceiling Planes Or Horizontally Between Two Wall Planes. It Can Grow In Size To Occupy An Entire Wall Of Space. Vertical Horizontal ¾ Opening Window-wall Skylight An Opening Increase In Some Point Within Size, It A Plane Will At Cease To Be A Figure Within An Enclosing Field And Become Instead A Positive Element In Itself, A Transparent Plane Bounded By A Heavy Frame. Multiple Openings May Be Clustered To Form A Unified Composition Within A Plane Or Be Staggered Or Dispersed To Create Visual Movement Along The Surface Of The Plane. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  51. 51. Openings In Space If Located At Corner, A Vertical Opening Will Erode The Definition Of The Space And Allow It To Extend Beyond The Corner Of The Adjacent Space. It Will Also Allow Incoming Light To Wash The Surface Of The Wall Plane Perpendicular To It And Articulate The Primacy Of That Plane In Space. Turning A Corner With A Horizontal Opening Reinforces The Horizontal Layering Of A Space And Broadens The Panoramic View From Within The Space. If The Opening Continuous Around The Space, It Will Visually Lift The Ceiling Plane From The Wall Planes, Isolate It, And Give It A Feeling Of Lightness. Locating A Linear Skylight Along The Edge Where A Wall And Ceiling Plane Meet Allows Incoming Light To Wash The Surface Of The Wall, Illuminate It, And Enhance The Brightness Of The Space. The Form Of The Skylight Can Be Manipulated To Capture Direct Sunlight, Indirect Daylight Or A Combination Of Both. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  52. 52. Wall Planes Vertical Linear Elements: Vertical Linear Elements Define The Perpendicular Edges Of A Volume Of Space. Single Vertical Plane: A Single Vertical Plane Is Articulates The Space On Which It Fronts. L-shaped Plane: An L-shaped Configuration Of Vertical Planes Generates A Field Of Space From Its Corner Outward Along A Diagonal Axis. Isometric view Front View Top Plan Isometric view Front View Isometric view Front View Top Plan Top Plan Parallel Plane: Two Parallel Vertical Planes Define A Volume Of Space Between Them Oriented Axially Both Open Ends Configuration. That Is Towards Of The Top Plan Isometric view Front View RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  53. 53. Wall Planes Isometric view Front View Top Plan Isometric view Front View Isometric view Front View Top Plan Top Plan Top Plan Isometric view Front View U-shaped Plane: A U-shaped Configuration Of Vertical Planes Defines A Volume Of Space That Is Oriented Primarily Towards The Open End Of The Configuration. Four Planes: Closure: Four Vertical Planes Establish The Boundaries Of An Introverted Space And Influence The Field Of Space Around The Enclosure. If A Void Is Introduced To One Side Of The The The Corner Of Configuration, Definition Of The Field Will Be Weakened. The Two Planes Will Be Isolated From Each Other And One Will Appear To Slide By And Visually Dominate The Other. If Neither The Planes Extends To The Corner, The Field Will Become More Dynamic And Organize Itself Along The Diagonal Of The Configuration. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  54. 54. Wall Planes Isometric view Front View Top Plan Parallel Vertical Planes: A Pair Of Parallel Vertical Planes Defines A Field Of Space Between Them. The Open Ends Of The Field Established By The Vertical Edges Of Plane Give The Space A Strong Directional Quality. The Definition Of Spatial Field Along The Open Ends Of The Configuration Can Be Visually Reinforced By Manipulating The Base Plane Or Adding Elements To The Composition. The Spatial Field Can Be Expanded The Base The Open By Extending Plane Ends Beyond Of The ThisConfiguration. Expanded Field Can In Turn Be Terminated By Vertical Plane Whose Width And Height Is Equal To That Of Field. If One Of The Parallel Planes Is Differential From The Other By Change In Form, Color Or Texture, A Secondary Axis, Perpendicular To The Flow Of Space, Will Be Established Within The Field. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  55. 55. Circulation Approach: The distant view. Entrance: From outside to inside. Configuration The distant view. Path space relationship: Edges, nodes and terminations of path. Form of the circulation space: Corridors, halls, galleries, stairways and rooms. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  56. 56. Frontal: A Frontal Approach Leads Directly To The Entrance Of A Building Along A Straight, Axial Path. The Visual Goal That Terminates The Approach Is Clear, It May Be Entire Front Façade Of A Building Or An Elaborated Entrance Within The Plane. Oblique: An Oblique Approach Enhances The Effect Of Perspective On The Front Façade And Form Of A Building. The Path Can Be Redirected One Or More Times To Delay And Prolong The Sequence Of The Approach. If A Building Is Approached At An Extreme Angle, Its Entrance Can Project Beyond Its Façade To Be More Clearly Visible. Spiral: A Spiral Path Prolongs The Sequence Of The Approach And Emphasizes The Three Dimensional Form Of A Building As We Move Around Its Perimeter. The Building Entrance Might Be Viewed Intermittently During The Approach To Clarify Its Position Or It May Be Hidden Until The Point Of Arrival. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio Approach
  57. 57. Entrances Entering A Building, A Room Within A Building Or A Defined Field Of Exterior Space, Involves The Act Of Penetrating A Vertical Plane That Distinguishes One Space From Another And Separates ͚Here͛ From ͚There͛. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  58. 58. Entrances The Act Of Entering Can Be Signified In More Subtle Way Than Punching A Hole In A Wall. It May Be A Passage Through An Implied Plane Established By Two Pillars Or An Overhead Beam. In Situation Where Greater Visuals And Spatial Continuity Between Two Spaces Is Desired, Even A Change In Level Can Established A Threshold And Mark The Passage From One Place To Another. Entrance with two pillars Entrance with pillars and overhead beam Level up entrance RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  59. 59. Entrance May Be Grouped Formally Into The Following Categories: Flush, Projected And Recessed. A Flush Entrance Maintains The Continuity Of The Surface Of A Wall And Can Be, If Desired, Deliberately Obscured. A Projected Entrance Forms A Transitional Space Announces Its The Approach AndFunction To Provides Overhead Shelter. A Recessed Entrance Also Provides Shelter And Receives A Portion Of Exterior Space Into The Realm Of Building. Flush Entrance Projected Entrance Recessed Entrance RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio Entrances
  60. 60. Stairs: A Stair Is Defined As A Sequence Of Steps And It Is Provided To Afford The Means Of Ascent And Descent Between The Floors Or Landings. The Apartment Or Room Of A Building, In Which The Stair Is Located, Is Known As Staircase And The Opening Or Space Occupied By The Stair Is Known As Stairway. The Other Means Of Transportation Between The Floors Of A Building, Apart From Stairs Are Lifts, Ramps And Moving Stairs. Waist Side Elevation Handrail Baluster Tread Newelpost Riser Soffit RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio Stairs Isometric view
  61. 61. Greater Than Twice The Width Of Steps. Top Plan Landing Landing Stairs Open Newel Stairs: Side Elevation Isometric view In Case Of Open Newel Stairs There Is A Well Or Hole Or Opening Between The Flights In Plan. This Well Or Hole May Be Rectangular Or Of Any Geometrical Shape And It Can Be Used For Fixing Lift. These Stairs Are Useful Where Available Space For Staircase Has A Width Lading Openrectangularwell Up Tread Riser Tread Riser RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  62. 62. Stairs Side Elevation Isometric view Top Plan Circular Or Helical Or Spiral Stairs: In This Type Of Stair, The Steps Radiate From The Center And They Do Not Have Either Any Landing Or Any Intermediate Newel Post. The Height Of The Floor And Rise Are Respectively 3.68 M And 160mm. The Steps Radiate At An Angle Of 30 Degrees From The Core. The Handrail Is Not Shown. 2m 2.08m 3.68m Central core Central core Tread Riser RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  63. 63. Stairs Side Elevation Isometric view Top Plan Open Newel Stairs: In Case Of Open Newel Stairs There Is A Well Or Hole Or Opening Between The Flights In Plan. This Well Or Hole May Be Rectangular Or Of Any Geometrical Shape And It Can Be Used For Fixing Lift. These Stairs Are Useful Where Available Space For Staircase Has A Width Greater Than Twice The Width Of Steps. Openrectangularwell Winder Up Riser Tread Winder well Tread Winder Riser RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  64. 64. Anthropometrics Anthropometry Refers To The Measurement Of The Human Individual. An Early Tool Of Physical Anthropology, It Has Been Used For Identification, For The Purposes Of Understanding Human Physical Variation, In Paleo anthropology And In Various Attempts To Correlate Physical With Racial And Psychological Traits. Anthropometry Involves The Systematic Measurement Of The Physical Properties Of The Human Body, Primarily Dimensional Descriptors Of Body Size And Shape. Today, Anthropometry Plays An Important Role In Industrial Design, Clothing Design, Ergonomics And Architecture Where Statistical Data About The Distribution Of Body Dimensions In The Population Are Used To Optimize Products. Changes In Lifestyles, Nutrition, And Ethnic Composition Of Populations Lead To Changes In The Distribution Of Body Dimensions (E.G. The Rise In Obesity), And Require Regular Updating Of Anthropometric Data Collections RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  65. 65. This top diagram shows dimensions for a general purpose chair intended for brief periods of use. The bottom diagram shows the dimensions for an executive chair, a type intended for a longer duration of use. The buttock popliteal length governs the seat depth. The very large person, however, would find that such a depth might leave a substantial portion of his thigh unsupported. Executive Chair Inch cm. A 31-33 78.7-83.8 B 15.5-16 39.4-40.6 C 16-17 40.6-43.2 C SeatHeight A B 15 14 Seat reference point Backrest Reference point The easy chair, is a difficult chair type to design or establish guidelines for, since it is primarily indented for relaxation and comfort qualities which are highly personal. Design should allow the user to change posture. The drawing in the bottom provides basic dimensional information for the design of a drafting stool, which is similar in many respects to the secretarial chair Inch cm. A 16-17 40.6-43.2 B 8.5-9 21.6-22.9 C 10-12 25.4-30.5 D 16.5-17.5 41.9-44.5 E 18-24 45.7-61 E A Seatheight Seat reference point Easy Chair RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  66. 66. The top drawing deals with the male dimensions based on 95th percentile data, the maximum body breadth dimension is 22.8 in. or 57.9 in., with a nude subject. Inch Cm A 42-48 106.7-121.9 B 6-9 15.2-22.9 C 3-6 7.6-15.2 D 28 71.1 E 62-68 157.2-172.7 F 90-96 228.6-243.8 G 40-46 101.6-116.8 H 26 66 I 58-64 147.3-162.6 J 84-90 213.4-228.6 Sofa Seating/ Males D 15B 24 DD A C C F The drawing examines the relationship of the female and male body dimensions to arm chair seating in order to determine the amount of space the seated body requires. Corner Lounge Chair Seating (Male And Female) Inch Cm A 34-40 86.4-101.6 B 28 71.1 C 42-48 106.7-121.9 D 6-9 15.2-22.9 E 3 7.6 F 32-38 81.3-96.5 G 26 66 H 40-46 101.6-116.8 I 48-60 121.9-152.4 J 3-6 7.6-15.2 H 15 10 D B A D 15 C F G 10 E RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  67. 67. This drawing shows the clearance suggested for wheelchair access to dining table and the space required by A person standing, arranging or otherwise preparing food to be served. code Inches cm D 18-24 45.9-61 E 12 30.5 F 24 61 G 50-54 127-137 H 50-60 127-152 I 54 137.2 J 86-102 218-259 k 90-96 228-243 D I B H G D J K Dining Table Buffet Overall table to wall dimension Sitting zone Circulation zone Standing activity zone Min. clearance Clearance Requirements Between Dining Table And Buffet: In cm A 54 137.2 B 12 30.5 C 30 76.2 D 48 121.9 E 18 45.7 B C B EE E D EC A OPTIMUM SHARED ACCESS ZONE OPTIMUM PLACE- SITTING ZONE Units arranged around the end of table is illustrated. ,room size also dictates the size of the table. Much depends on the level of comfort and Convenience desired, which, within limits ,becomes a matter of personal decision. Optimum Table Width RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  68. 68. The drawing shows the horizontal clearances involved in the vicinity of the dish washing area. While loading or unloading the dishwasher , a clearance of at least 40 inch or 101.6 cm is recommended to accommodate the human body . cod e inch cm A 70-76 177.8-193.0 B 40 min. 101.6 min. C 30-36 76.2-91.4 D 18 45.7 E 24 min. 61.0 min. F 28-42 71.1-106.7 work zone A Si nk Line of Cabin ets E F G Dishwash er B C Circulati on Zone Min. Clearances between counter and wall or other obstruction Min. Clearances between edge of sink and corner counter Min. Counter space Req. for either side of sink Min. Counter space Req. for either side of sink 2 4 SINK CENTER The drawing shows the vertical clearances necessary to accommodate an adult of large body sizes . The most essential body measurement anthropometrically is sitting height . cod e inch cm A 108- 114 274.3- 289.6 B 36-39 91.4-99.1 C 36 91.4 D 18-22 45.7-55.9 E 30 76.2 F 82-131 208.3- 332.7 ADULT BULK BEDS/FRONT ELEVATION A UNDER SLEEPING AREA REQUIREDMINCEILING HEIGHT STORAGE UNDER BED LOWER BUNK BED TOP OF MATTRESS LOWER SLEEPING AREA TOP OF MATTRESS UPPER BUNK BED VARIES CCDB FE IH J RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  69. 69. code inch A 59 B 76 C 62 D 36 E 66 Drawing illustrates the arrangements of laundry equipment. Space needed by the single worker in front of equipment or between equipment placed opposite is indicated. Overall dimensions of areas will vary with type and size of equipment selected. ANGLE ARRANGEMENT CONVENTIONAL ARRANGEMENT A B Work area Dryer Wash er C D cod e Key Inch A Storage Closet 24 B Sorting Shelf 24 C Laundry Tray 20 D Washing Machine 24 E Dryer 24 F Ironer 36 G Ironing Board 42 The sequence of laundering operations determines the planning of space and facilities and the placing of equipment. In addition, storage closet or cabinets will be necessary for soaps, powders, bling, bleaches, starch, basket, cloths pins, iron, etc. To dining room Snack bar Laun dry Des k Shelf 4 Omi t E.P 3 1 5 6 Vent 7 Kitch en Closet To hall KITCHEN AND LAUNDRY LAYOUT RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  70. 70. Ergonomics Human Factors And Ergonomics, Also Known As Comfort Design, Functional Design, And Systems, Is The Practice Of Designing Products, Systems, Or Processes To Take Proper Account Of The Interaction Between Them And The People Who Use Them. The Field Has Seen Some Contributions From Numerous Disciplines, Such As Psychology, Engineering, Biomechanics, Industrial Design, Physiology, And Anthropometry. In Essence, It Is The Study Of Designing Equipment, Devices And Processes That Fit The Human Body And Its Cognitive Abilities. The Two Terms "Human Factors" And "Ergonomics" Are Essentially Synonymous. Ergonomics (Or Human Factors) Is The Scientific Discipline Concerned With The Understanding Of Interactions Among Humans And Other Elements Of A System, And The Profession That Applies Theory, Principles, Data And Methods To Design In Order To Optimize Human Well-being And Overall System Performance RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  71. 71. Universal Design Universal Design Refers To Ideas Meant To Produce Buildings, Products And Environments That Are Inherently Accessible To Older People, People Without Disabilities, And People With Disabilities. Universal Design Emerged From Slightly Earlier Barrier-free Concepts, The Broader Accessibility Movement, And Adaptive And Assistive Technology And Also Seeks To Blend Aesthetics Into These Core Considerations. As Life Expectancy Rises And Modern Medicine Increases The Survival Rate Of Those With Significant Injuries, Illnesses, And Birth Defects, There Is A Growing Interest In Universal Design. There Are Many Industries In Which Universal Design Is Having Strong Market Penetration But There Are Many Others In Which It Has Not Yet Been Adopted To Any Great Extent. Universal Design Is Also Being Applied To The Design Of Technology, Instruction, Services, And Other Products And Environments. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  72. 72. PLANNINGPAPERS 05
  73. 73. Brain Storming Papers RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  74. 74. ArchitecturalLayouts 06
  75. 75. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Colour coding layout (ground floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. COLOUR CODING LAYOUT 4.Bedroom 3.Kitchen 2.Dining 1.Family room 6.Powder room 5.Sit out 7.Living room 10.Water body 11.Garden 12.Bathroom 13.Closet 14.Corridor 15.Guard room 16.Stairs 8.Mud room Colour Coding Legend Colour Coding Ground Floor Top Plan 17.Parking area 9. Vestibule 1 2 3 4 5 5 6 6 7 8 10 10 11 11 14 15 17 16 16 16 13 12 9 This layout shows different spaces of residential plot in different colours. Similar spaces are being coloured with similar colour.
  76. 76. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Colour coding layout (first floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. COLOUR CODING LAYOUT Colour Coding First Floor Top Plan 4.Bedroom 1.Family room 10.Garden 11.Bathroom 12.Gym 14.Corridor 15.Stairs Colour Coding Legend 13.Closet 1 4 4 12 15 14 13 11 11 10 This layout shows different spaces of residential plot in different colours. Similar spaces are being coloured with similar colour.
  77. 77. c Site Location Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Circulation layout (ground floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Ground Floor Circulation Plan Living room Master bed room Family space Kitchen Dining Mud room PWD PWD Master Closet Master Bath House entrance Stairs Sit out Sit out CIRCULATION LAYOUT Circulation Layout Depicts The Connectivity Between All The Areas Of A House. Connectivity Could Be Best Understood After Studying The Louis Kahn Principles, Which Are As Follows: 1. Leader- Living Room 2. Loner- Master Bedroom 3. Servant- Powder Room 4. Watcher- Living Room 5. Outreaching- Living Room 6. Worker- Kitchen Bubble Diagram Living room 14’x16’ Master bedroom 15’x14’ Master bath & closet 14’x12’ Kitchen 12’5”x8’ Dining Mud room 10’x7’ Sit out 13’ x11’4” Sit out 9’x7’ Vestibule 10’x7’ Main entrance Guards room 6’x6’ Family space 14’x12’
  78. 78. c Project Report Residential Planning Project Site Location Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Circulation layout (first floor) Project Detail Plot size 52’X62’ Area= 3224 sq. ft. Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 CIRCULATION LAYOUT Circulation Layout Depicts The Connectivity Between All The Areas Of A House. Connectivity Could Be Best Understood After Studying The Louis Kahn Principles, Which Are As Follows: 1. Leader- Living Room 2. Loner- Master Bedroom 3. Servant- Powder Room 4. Watcher- Living Room 5. Outreaching- Living Room 6. Worker- Kitchen First Floor Circulation Plan Bubble Diagram Children bed room 2 Children bed room 1 Open cut out Family lounge Terrace Gym Stairs Closet Bath Bath Family lounge 13’x11’ Bedroom 1 16’x12’ Bedroom 2 15’x12’ Gym 11’x18’6 Open cut out 11’4”x 23’ Terrace 19’6”x6’6” Closet & bath 5’6”x12’ Bath 9’6”x6’6”
  79. 79. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Detailed layout (ground floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Covered Area Furniture Stairs Window Wall Colour Coding Legend Water Body Secondary Living Room Of 224 Sq. Ft. Is East Facing. I Have Provided Here A L Shaped Three Seated Sofa , A Square Coffee Table And Two Chairs. Its Main Focusing Point Is L Shaped Corner Window Which Gives The Outside View Of Waterbody With Garden. Living Room I.E. The Family Space Is South-East Facing Of 168 Sq. Ft. The Living Fully Performs Its Role Of Watcher In This Plan. It Is Situated In At Such A Place Where It Is Fully Connected With The Main Entrance, Kitchen, Powder Room And With Dining. The Living Is Informal Yet Simple Space With Comfortable Seating And Ample Natural Light Streaming In From The Bifold Door Provided. Main Focusing Point Is The Bifold Doors Which Opens At A Family Sit Out Provided In The East. I have provided two powder room one for guest and the other one is for family. Both Powder room are of 25 sq. ft. Family Sit Out Of 81 Sq. Ft. Is North Facing. I Have Given This Space So That Family Could Sit Here And Feel The Freshness Of The Nature. Here I Have Provided A Love Seat With Garden View With Waterbody. Kitchen And Mud Room Are Being Taken Connected So That A Woman Working In Mud Room Can Look After The Kitchen. A 6’ Sliding Window In Kitchen Facing Entrance Will Help To Keep An Eye On The Main Entrance. A Secondary Entrance For The Kitchen Will Assist In Easy Dumping Of Sullage Waste. DETAIL LAYOUT
  80. 80. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Detailed layout (first floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Family lounge 13’x11’ Bedroom 1 16’x12’ Bedroom 2 15’x12’ Gym 11’x18’6” Open cut out 11’4”x 23’ Terrace 19’6”x6’6” Closet & bath 5’6”x12’ Bath 9’6”x6’6” Colour Coding Legend DETAIL LAYOUT On The First Floor I Have Given A Open Cut Out So As To Connect First Floor From The Ground Floor. And On The South Side I Have Given A Large Fixed Window, Allowing Sunlight To Light Up The House. Children bedroom 2 is north-west facing, is of 180 sq. ft. with attached walk in closet and bathroom. Because this room is for a teenager boy so I have also given here a study table. Children bedroom 1 is north of 192 sq. ft. with attached bathroom and an open closet. It is for a teenager boy I have given here a study table. East Facing Family Lounge Of 143 Sq. Ft. I Have Given Here A Three Seated Sofa With Resting Unit, A Bean Bag , A Rectangular Center Table With. Its Main Focusing Point Is The Bi-fold Doors Which Opens At The Balcony, Having A Love Seat And Garden. Fulfilling The Requirement Of My Client, I Have Given A South-west Facing Gym Of 204 Sq. Ft. On First Floor. It Has A Large L Shaped Corner Window, Providing The Look Of The Garden On The Ground Floor. Covered Area Furniture Stairs Window Wall
  81. 81. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Orthographic projection of house Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Front elevation Right elevation Left elevationBack elevation Orthographic Projection LAYOUT
  82. 82. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Orthographic projection of house Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Orthographic Projection LAYOUT Top plan Isometric View Terrace First floor Ceiling Ground floor Layers Of House
  83. 83. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Layers of house Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Living Room I.E. The Family Space Is South-East Facing Of 168 Sq. Ft. The Living Fully Performs Its Role Of Watcher In This Plan. It Is Situated In At Such A Place Where It Is Fully Connected With The Main Entrance, Kitchen, Powder Room And With Dining. The Living Is Informal Yet Simple Space With Comfortable Seating And Ample Natural Light Streaming In From The Bifold Door Provided. Main Focusing Point Is The Bifold Doors Which Opens At A Family Sit Out Provided In The East. Family Sit Out Of 81 Sq. Ft. Is North Facing. I Have Given This Space So That Family Could Sit Here And Feel The Freshness Of The Nature. Here I Have Provided A Love Seat With Garden View With Waterbody. Secondary Living Room Of 224 Sq. Ft. Is East Facing. I Have Provided Here A L Shaped Three Seated Sofa , A Square Coffee Table And Two Chairs. Its Main Focusing Point Is L Shaped Corner Window Which Gives The Outside View Of Waterbody With Garden. On The First Floor I Have Given A Open Cut Out So As To Connect First Floor From The Ground Floor. And On The South Side I Have Given A Large Fixed Window, Allowing Sunlight To Light Up The House. Children bedroom 1 is north of 192 sq. ft. with attached bathroom and an open closet. It is for a teenager boy I have given here a study table. Attach bath of 9’6”x6’6” is also provided. East Facing Family Lounge Of 143 Sq. Ft. I Have Given Here A Three Seated Sofa With Resting Unit, A Bean Bag , A Rectangular Center Table With. Its Main Focusing Point Is The Bi-fold Doors Which Opens At The Balcony, Having A Love Seat And Garden. Children bedroom 2 is north-west facing, is of 180 sq. ft. with attached walk in closet and bathroom. Because this room is for a teenager boy so I have also given here a study table. Terrace First floor Ceiling Ground floor
  84. 84. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Sectional views of house Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Sectional LAYOUT Family lounge Children Bath 2 Family sit out Living room Family sit out Family space Children room1 Children room1 Children Bath 1 Master bedroom Master closet & bath PWD room Mud room Gym B’B A A’ Top plan Top plan Section A- A’ Section b- b’ Isometric View Isometric View
  85. 85. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Sectional views of house Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. PWD Room Family space Kitchen Dining Guard room Gym Sectional LAYOUT Guard room Master Bedroom children Bedroom 1 children Bedroom 2 Family lounge Dining Family space DD’ CC’ Top plan Top plan Section C- C’ Section D- D’ Isometric View Isometric View
  86. 86. Key plan Number 1. L Shape Sofa With Resting Unit 2. Center Table 3. T.V. Unit 4. L Shaped Sofa 5. Center Table 6. Chairs 7. Dining Table 8. Kitchen Sink 9. Range Hood 10. Refrigerator 11. Washing Machine 12. Laundry Sink Code Company Co. Code Product Size Area 1 Bo Concept Indivi2- KB40 Sofa With Resting Unit 9’x3’x2’5” Family Space 2 Minotti Ritter Tavolino Center Table 3’x3’ Family Space 3 Bo Concept Lugano-qc00 T.V. Unit 6’ X 7’ Family Space 4 Bo Concept Osaka- CS29 Sofa 9’x4’x2’5” Living Room 5 Minotti Calder Bronze Tavolino Center Table 3’x3’ Living Room 6 Minotti Creed Wood Armchair Chairs 2’x2’ Living Room 7 Minotti Catlin dining Tables Leslie Dining Chairs Dining Table 10’x7’ Dining Area 12 Bo Concept Lugano-ph00 T.V. Unit 5’x1’5”x7’ Master Bed Room 20 Loom Craft Lcod-300 Loveseat 4’x3’5” Sit Outs 15 Tabloid Salone Softly Cs/6054- Master Bed 6’,6’ Master Bed Room 14 Round love chair Love seat 4’x3’5” Master Bed Room Ground Floor Furniture Legend Site Location Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Furniture layout (ground floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 13. T.V. Unit 14. Love Seat 15. Master Bed 16. Master Closet 17. Wash Basin (Master Bath) 18. Water Closet (Master Bath) 19. Master Shower Cubical 20. Deck Love Seat 21. Family Sit Out Love Seat 22. Wash Basin (Powder Room) 23. Water Closet (Powder Room) 24. Water Body Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Ground Floor Furniture Plan This layout Shows The Arrangement Of Furniture On Ground Floor As Per Anthropometrics. Family space 14’x12’ Living room 14’x16’ Master bedroom 15’x14’ Master bath & closet 14’x12’ Kitchen 12’5”x8’ Dining Mud room 10’x7’ Sit out 13’ x11’4” Sit out 9’x7’ Gardenarea 24 24 4 5 6 22 23 20 19 16 18 17 15 14 13 7 10 9 8 21 2 1 3 11 12 Vestibule 10’x7’ Main entrance Guards room 6’x6’
  87. 87. 25. sofa with resting unit 26. bed 27. Study table 28. Study chair 29. Center table 30. Bean bag 31. Love seat 32. Shower cubical 33. Closets 34.Water closet CODE Company CO. Code Product Size Area 25 Ligneroset KORA CS/3386 sofa with resting unit 6’x3’x2’5” Family lounge 26 Minotti Creed Bed Letto bed 6’x6’ Bedroom 1 26 Minotti Creed Bed Letto bed 6’x6’ Bedroom 2 27 Bo concept Cupertino-T035 Study table 4’x2’ Bedroom 1 & 2 28 Bo concept Ottawa- D034 Study chair 2’x2’ Bedroom 1 & 2 29 Minotti Calder Bronze Tavolino Center table 3’x3’ Family lounge 30 Fusion fusion - L042 Bean bag R=1’6” Family lounge First Floor Furniture Legend Site Location Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Furniture layout (first floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Key plan Number First Floor Furniture Plan This layout Shows The Arrangement Of Furniture On First Floor As Per Anthropometrics. Family lounge 13’x11’ Bedroom 1 16’x12’ Bedroom 2 15’x12’ Gym 11’x18’6 Open cut out 11’4”x 23’ Terrace 19’6”x6’6” 26 31 32 34 25 29 30 Closet & bath 5’6”x12’ Bath 9’6”x6’6” 27 28 33 33 34 32 26 27 28
  88. 88. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Furniture layout (ground floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Family space 14’x12’ Living room 14’x16’ Master bedroom 15’x14’ Master bath & closet 14’x12’ Kitchen 12’5”x8’ Dining Mud room 10’x7’ Sit out 13’ x11’4” Sit out 9’x7’ Gardenarea Vestibule 10’x7’ Main entrance Guards room 6’x6’ Leslie Dining Chairs Indivi2- KB40 Osaka- CS29 Calder Bronze Tavolino Lugano-ph00 Lcod-300 Softly Cs/6054- Round love chair Creed Wood Armchair Catlin dining Tables
  89. 89. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Furniture layout (first floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Family lounge 13’x11’ Bedroom 1 16’x12’ Bedroom 2 15’x12’ Gym 11’x18’6 Open cut out 11’4”x 23’ Terrace 19’6”x6’6” Closet & bath 5’6”x12’ Bath 9’6”x6’6” Lcod-300 Ritter Tavolino Calder Bronze Tavolino Cupertino-T035 Cupertino-T035 Creed Bed Letto KORA CS/3386
  90. 90. S.No Code Type Size Area 1 D1 Main Gate 12’ Wide Main Entrance 2 D2 Single Door 2’6” X 7’ Guards Room 3 D3 Double Door 4’ X 7’ House Entrance 4 D4 Single Door 3’ X 7’ Living Room 5 D5 Single Door 3’ X 7’ Living Room 6 D6 Single Door 2’6” X 7’ Powder Room 7 D7 Bifold Door 6’ X 7’ Sit Out 8 D8 Single Door 3’ X 7’ Master Bedroom 9 D9 Bifold Door 8’ X 7’ Family Sit Out 10 D10 Single Door 2’6” X 7’ Secondary Entrance 11 D11 Single Door 2’6” X 7’ Mud Room 12 D12 Single Door 2’6” X 7’ Master Bath 13 W1 Sliding Window 3’ X 4’ Guards Room 14 W2 Corner Window (one side) 4’ X 7’ Living Room 15 W3 Fixed Windows 1’ X 10’ Family Space 16 W4 Sliding Window 3’ X 4’ Kitchen 17 W5 Leeward sliding window 3’ X 4’ Mud Room 18 W6 Corner Window (one side) 4’ X 4’ Mud Room 19 W7 Sliding Window 6’ X 7’ Master Bed Room 20 V1 Louvered vent 2’ X2’ Master Bath 21 V2 Louvered vent 2’ X2’ Powder Room 22 V3 Louvered vent 2’ X2’ Powder Room Ground Floor Door Window Legend Site Location CIVIL LINES Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Doors & windows layout (ground floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 D1 Family space 14’x12’ Living room 14’x16’ Master bedroom 15’x14’ Master bath & closet 14’x12’ Kitchen 12’5”x8’ Dining Mud room 10’x7’ Sit out 13’ x11’4” Sit out 9’x7’ Vestibule 10’x7’ Main entrance Guards room 6’x6’ D2 D3 D4 D9 D5 D6 D8 D10 D7 D11 D12 W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6 V1 V2 W7 V3 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Ground Floor door and window Plan Double Door Louvered Ventilator Sliding WindowSingle Door Corner Window Bi-fold door These Are Not The Actual Images Of Doors, Windows And Ventilators. These Images Are Of The Types Of Doors, Windows And Ventilation That I Have Used In My Plan.
  91. 91. S.no Code Type Size Area 1 D13 Single door 3’ X 7’ Bedroom 1 2 D14 Single door 3’ X 7’ Bedroom 2 3 D15 Single door 3’ X 7’ Family lounge 4 D16 Bifold door 8’ X 7’ Balcony 5 D17 Single door 2’6” X 7’ Bathroom 6 D18 Single door 2’6” X 7’ Bathroom 7 D19 Single door 3’ X 7’ Gym 8 W8 Corner window 6’ X 7’ gym 9 W9 Fixed window 4’ X 10’ Staircase 10 W10 Sliding window 6’ X 7’ Bedroom 1 11 W11 Leeward casement window 3’ X 4’ Gym 12 W12 Fixed window 8’ X 10’ Open cut out 13 W13 Fixed windows 1’ X 10’ Open cut out 14 W14 Sliding window 6’ X 7’ Bedroom 2 15 V4 Louvered vent 2’ X 2’ Powder room 16 V5 Louvered vent 2’ X 2’ Powder room First Floor Door Window Legend Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Doors & windows layout (first floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 D13 W8 V5 D14 D15 W9 D16 W10 V4 W11 W12 W13 W14 D19 D18 D17 Family lounge 13’x11’ Bedroom 1 16’x12’ Bedroom 2 15’x12’Gym 11’x18’6 Open cut out 11’4”x 23’ Terrace 19’6”x6’6” Closet & bath 5’6”x12’ Bath 9’6”x6’6” Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. First Floor door and window Plan Louvered Ventilator Sliding WindowSingle Door Corner Window These Are Not The Actual Images Of Doors, Windows And Ventilators. These Images Are Of The Types Of Doors, Windows And Ventilation That I Have Used In My Plan. Bi-fold door
  92. 92. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Flooring layout (ground floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Flooring Legend S.n o Company Code Size Area 1 Kajaria DUNA GRIS STRATO 30 X 30 CM Uncovered area 2 Kajaria OSLO GRIS 30 x 60 CM Stairs 3 Kajaria OSLO GRIS 30 x 60 CM Sit Out 1 4 Kajaria QUARTZ OCRE 80 x 80 CM Rooms + corridor 5 Kajaria VILLAGE WOOD 40 x 40 CM Sit Out 2 6 Kajaria QUARTZ GRIS 40 X 40 CM Powder Room 7 Kajaria QUARTZ GRIS 40 X 40 CM Master Bath QUARTZ OCREDUNA GRIS STRATO QUARTZ GRISOSLO GRIS VILLAGE WOOD Floorings Family space 14’x12’ Living room 14’x16’ Master bedroom 15’x14’ Master bath & closet 14’x12’ Kitchen 12’5”x8’ Dining Mud room 10’x7’ Sit out 13’ x11’4” Sit out 9’x7’ Vestibule 10’x7’ Main entrance Guards room 6’x6’ PWD room 5’ x 5’ PWD room 5’ x 5’ 1 6 2 3 4 5 7 FLOORING LAYOUT This layout shows the different types of flooring which is being used in the plan, flooring is being applied keeping in mind the style taken.
  93. 93. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Flooring layout (first floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Floorings QUARTZ OCREQUARTZ GRIS OSLO GRIS VILLAGE WOOD S.n o Company Code Size Area 1 30 X 30 CM Gym 2 Kajaria OSLO GRIS 30 x 60 CM Stairs 3 Kajaria QUARTZ OCRE 80 x 80 CM Rooms + corridor 4 Kajaria VILLAGE WOOD 40 x 40 CM Family lounge + terrace 5 Kajaria QUARTZ GRIS 40 X 40 CM Bathroom Flooring Legend FLOORING LAYOUT This layout shows the different types of flooring which is being used in the plan, flooring is being applied keeping in mind the style taken. Family lounge 13’x11’ Bedroom 1 16’x12’ Bedroom 2 15’x12’Gym 11’x18’6 Open cut out 11’4”x 23’ Terrace 19’6”x6’6” Closet & bath 5’6”x12’ Bath 9’6”x6’6” 1 2 3 4 5 5
  94. 94. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Flooring layout (first floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Front Elevation (3D Rendering)
  95. 95. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Flooring layout (first floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Isometric View (3D Rendering)
  96. 96. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Flooring layout (first floor) Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Isometric View (3D Rendering)
  97. 97. Casestudy(2) 07
  98. 98. Case Study (2) From case study 1, As It Was Not Possible To Design The Whole House So you are suppose to take Family Space And A Vestibule For Design Development using the elements and principles of design. Keeping in mind the style and mood taken. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  99. 99. ArchitecturalLayouts 08
  100. 100. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Design development layouts Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. For Design Development I Have Chosen Family Space Which Is South-east Facing And Is Of 168 Sq. Ft. The Living Fully Performs Its Role Of Watcher In This Plan. It Is Situated At Such A Place Where It Is Fully Connected With The Main Entrance, Kitchen, Powder Room And With Dining. The Living Is Informal Yet Simple Space With Comfortable Seating And Ample Natural Light Streaming In From The Bi-fold Door Provided. Main Focusing Point Is The Bi-fold Doors Which Opens At A Family Sit Out Provided In South- East. Design Development LAYOUT Main entrance Connectivity with Main entrance Garden view Conversation Diameter 10’ Connectivity With Dining Living Room Space Planning & Connectivity Ground Floor Top Plan Living Room Top Plan Living Room
  101. 101. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Orthographic projection of living room Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Connectivity with Main entrance Garden view Connectivity With Dining Orthographic Projection LAYOUT Living Room Front ElevationLiving Room Top Plan Living Room Back Elevation Living Room Left ElevationLiving Room Right Elevation Living Room Isometric View C C C
  102. 102. Site Location Civil lines Ajmer, Rajasthan Drawing Title Design development layouts Design By Milli Jain B.Sc. interior designing + 1 yr. residential diploma NSQF level 5 Date 23rd May’2017 Project Report Residential Planning Project Project Detail Plot size = 52’X62’ Area = 3224 sq. ft. Living Room Isometric View The Partition Wall To The Left Of The Living Room Is Connected With Vestibule. It Is 7’ In Height. The Height Of The Wall Is Kept 7’ So That The Vestibule Does Not Appear Like An Enclosed Space. This Wall Is In The Front Of The Living Room. It Consists Of A T.V. Unit With Book Shelves And A Lamp. The Wall Has Three Fixed Windows of 1’ X 10’ Allowing Early Morning Sun Rays To Enter Into The Room And Also Helps The Living Room To Play Its Role Of A Watcher As Main Entrance Of The House Can Easily Be Seen From The Room Itself. The Wall To The Right Of The Room Has A Bi- Fold Door Which Opens To A Family Sit Out Having Attached Garden. On The Ceiling Above The Vestibule And Living I Have Given A Open Cut Out So As To Connect First Floor From The Ground Floor. And On The South Side I Have Given A Large Fixed Window, Allowing Sunlight To Light Up The House.
  103. 103. DesignDevelopment 09
  104. 104. Design Process Design Means To Create. Before Designing Anything We Are Required To Follow A Design Process, Which Goes Like: Evaluation Implementation Define Collect Brainstorm And Analyse Development RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  105. 105. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio Elements of Design
  106. 106. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio Elements of Design
  107. 107. Principles of Design HarmonyUnity Dominance Radiation RepetitionGradation RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  108. 108. Proportion Contrast Rhythm Balance Principles of Design RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  109. 109. DesigningPapers 10Designing Boards: Mood Board Style And Colour Board Furniture Board Accessories Board Final Composition
  110. 110. Colours Are Taken From Asian Paint Colour World
  111. 111. Wall scone vestibule
  112. 112. Final composition (living room) • This Wall Is In The Front Of The Living Room. • It Consists Of A T.V. Unit With Book Shelves, artifacts and indoor plant. • The Wall Has Three Fixed Windows Of 1’ X 10’ Allowing Early Morning Sun Rays To Enter Into The Room And Also Helps The Living Room To Play Its Role Of A Watcher As Main Entrance Of The House Can Easily Be Seen From The Room Itself.
  113. 113. Final composition Designing Principles • Emphasis is on console table because of its unique design. • Whole composition is united using neutral colours. • Irregular shape of mirror making the composition interesting. • Wall scones on both the sides of the mirror symbolises symmetrical balance. (Vestibule)
  114. 114. Conclusion 11
  115. 115. Conclusion During My One Year Tenure Of Residential Design Diploma Programme I Have Come Across Many New Things And Have Learnt Many Things. I Have Gained Knowledge Theoretically As Well As Practically. From Site Location To Construction Till Designing, I Have Learnt A Lot. These Are The Topics That I Have Learnt : • Elements Of Design • Space Planning • Principles Of Design • Anthropometrics • Ergonomics • Building Bye Laws • Louis Kahn Principles My Residential Plan Features All The Above Points, These Helped Me In Improving My Skills. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  116. 116. Bibliography • Colour Harmony • Inside Outside (2017 Collection) • Building Construction (Rangwala) • Google • Society Interiors RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio
  117. 117. Milli Jain, 1Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF Level-5 (NSDC) Dezyne E’cole College, www.dezyneecole.com Thank you RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Portfolio

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