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Yash Agarwal , Residential Design Diploma ,NSQF Level 5

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Yash Agarwal , Residential Design Diploma ,NSQF Level 5

  1. 1. Today A Reader Tomorrow A leader
  2. 2. Project Report On Residential Designing At Dezyne E’cole College Ajmer Submitted to Dezyne E’cole College Towards the Partial Fulfillment of B.SC. – Interior Design + 1year Residential Design Diploma By Yash Agarwal Dezyne E’cole College 106/10 Civil Lines, Ajmer Tel- 0145-2624679 www.dezyneecole.com 2016-17 Today A Reader Tomorrow A leader
  3. 3. This Project Report of Mr. Yash Agarwal of Interior Designing Has Been Graded As …………….. Thanking You Principal (seal & signature) Dezyne E’cole College 106/10, Civil Lines Ajmer – 305001, Rajasthan Today A Reader Tomorrow A leader
  4. 4. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I Am Glad That Dezyne E’cole College Has Assigned Me Residential Design Project. It gives me immense pleasure to be associated with this project. The project was a learning process. The project has been made by the contribution of various people. First of all, I would like my gratitude to our principal Mrs. Vinita Mathur to her kind help and encouragement. I am very thankful to her for her advice, assistance and constant support throughout making of Residential Design Portfolio. I would like to thank all my beloved teachers and my parents for their support and to gave confidence in me. Thank You
  5. 5. SYNOPSIS OF PROJECT The Project Assigned To Me During The Study Program Of 1st Year Residential Design Diploma. Before Considering The Project I First Came Across The Following Points: Orientation of Building, Day Lighting ,Ventilation ,Aspect ,Prospect , Anthropometrics ,Ergonomics ,Louis Kahn’s Principle ,Design Elements And Principles ,And The Mood Which Has Been Created In the Design To Design Any Residential Space With Designing And Effective Apace Planning. We Always Need To Pay Attention To Aspect, Prospect, Anthropometrics, And Ergonomics, Ventilation, Day lighting, Orientation And Louis Kahn’s Principle.
  6. 6. YASH AGARWAL INTERIOR DESIGNER PROFILE : To be a successful interior designer we need to focus on all the aspects of human behaviour. I thank Dezyne E’cole to make me an skilled person and make me ready for the industry. Email id – dezyneecole@gmail.com Web – www.dezyneecole.com Phone – 9784575104 01491-224114 Education : B.Sc. Interior Design + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma ( 2016-17) 12th C.B.S.E Board – M.P.S, Ajmer (2015-16) 10th C.B.S.E Board – M.P.S, Ajmer (2013-14) SKILLS : o Google Sketch up o Drafting o Anthropometrics o Good Aesthetics Sense o Good Knowledge about Colours EXPERIENCE : o Year End portfolio Presentation o Residential Design Portfolio o Residential Design Development Project LANGUAGE : o English o Hindi
  7. 7. C O N T E N T S 1. Introduction of Interior Design 2. Introduction of Residential Design 3. Case Study 4. Site Consideration 5. Macro Climate 6. Micro Climate 7. Bioclimatic Designs 8. Green Building (LEED Certification) 9. Building Orientation 10.Daylight Design 11.Ventilation 12.Windows 13.Topography 14.Landscape 15.Universal Design 16.Anthropometrics & Ergonomics 17.Stairs 18.Wall Planes 19.Planning Consideration 20.Louis Kahn Principles 21.Approach Types 22.Building Bye – Laws 23.Space Planning Process 24.Architectural Layouts 25.Design Development Layouts 26.Final Compositions 27.Conclusion 28.Bibliography
  8. 8. INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design Is About So Much More Than ‘What Looks Right’. It Is About Taking A Holistic View Of The Way That Individuals Use And Enjoy The Spaces That They Inhabit. It Is About Finding And Creating A Cohesive Answer To A Set Of Problems And Dressing The Solution So As To Unify And Strengthen Our Experience Of The Space. Good Interior Design Adds A New Dimension To A Space. It Can Increase Our Efficiency In The Way We Go About One Daily Lives And It Adds Depth, Understanding And Meaning To The Built Environment. Why Interior Design : To Be Creative Is A Part Of Human Psyche. As The Time Change The Need And Wants Of The People Increase By Increasing The Money Flow In The Market. Because In INDIA Both Man And Women Starts Working And To Maintain There Class And Status They Chose Interior Designer To Design There House. Secondly, When People Spend Less Time At House They Need More Comfort At Short Amount Of Time. As A Designer We Need To Design Such Space Which Refresh The People And Refresh Them For The Next Day Of Working. As Good Interior Space Increase The Working Efficiency Of The People. Need Of Interior Design: Interior Design Is A Multi-faceted Profession In Which Creativity And Technical Solutions Are Applied Within A Structure To Achieve A Built Interior Environment To Satisfy The Clients Needs And Resources. Interior Design Is A Multifaceted Profession Whereby The Need And Resources Of The Client Are Satisfied To Create An Interior Space That Fulfill The Project Goals. Interior Design Is The Art And Science Of Understanding People’s Behaviour To Create Functional Spaces Within A Building.
  9. 9. INTRODUCTION ABOUT INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design Involves Much More Than Just A Good Knowledge To Décor. The Practice Of Interior Architecture Requires Designers To Consider Pretty Much Everything To Do With The Building Of An Interior Space That Will Affect Human Habitation, Including Materials, Furnishing Materials, Finishes, Plumbing, Lighting, Etc. Interior Designers Can’t Work Without A Plan For Their Project. They Need To Think About Every Single Detail And Plan In Appropriate Time For It. A Good Plan Means That As A Customer You Will Get An Idea On The Cost Involved And As Well As The Deadline For Completion Of Each Stage. Interior Designer Do Research And Analysis Of The Clients Goals And Requirements ; And Development Of Drawing And Diagram That Outline Those Needs. Interior Design Work By Nature, Requires That Those Who Practice It Learn To Temper Their Innate Idealism With The Practical Demands Of Reality. We Design For Real People In The Real World. In Every Design Project We Undertake, We Must Be Willing To Strike A Balance Between What You Envision As “The Ideal” And What we Can Achieve Within The Project Practical Constraints. Interior Design Is About More Than Aesthetics. It Is About Finding Creative Design Solutions For Interior Environment While Supporting The Health, Safety And Well-being Of Occupants And Enhancing Their Quality Of Life. Interior Design Projects Can Take A Lot Of Time And This Usually Happens Because The Whole Process Requires The Attention, Skills And Knowledge Of The Many Other Specialists Who Work With The Interior Designer.
  10. 10. INTRODUCTION ABOUT RESIDENTAIL DESIGN Residential Design Refers To The Designing Of People’s Homes As Opposed To Commercial Property. The Object Of These Designers Is To Create Interior That Fit The Functioning Of Clients’ Homes, But Also Reflect Each Client’s Personal Taste. A Home Is A Personal Space And Excellent Residential Interior Design Personalizes The Designs Of Homes. For Example, An Interior Designer Could Have Several Homeowner Clients That Live In The Same Complex Of Cookie Cutter Condominiums. Effective Residential Design Would Ensure That Each Condo Uniquely Fits The Homeowner As Much As Possible. The Colour Scheme Is Likely To Be Different In Each Home As Is The Function And Look At The Rooms. Home Designs For Parents Of Young Children Are Different From Residential Interior Design For Childless Layout Needs To Be Used Quite Differently In Terms Of Function. Furniture In A Child’s Bedroom Needs To Be Easily Person May Use The Extra Bedroom Space As An Office Or Guest Bedroom. Interior Designers Have Architectural Knowledge And Understand The Construction Details Of Rooms. For Instance, If A Homeowner Wants To Remove Walls To Create Large, More Open Living Spaces, A Designer With Experience In Interior Residential Design Can Draw Up A Plan For Completing The Project As Well As Make Suggestions For Which Materials To Use. Residential Interior Designers Are Familiar With Working Within Floor Plans And Building Codes. The Understand Not Only The Architectural Details Of Windows, Doors And Walls, But How These Affect A Home’s Overall Design. An Interior Designer May Also Be An Architect. Both Architect And Residential Interior Design Career Require A Good Understanding Of Both Art And Science Since Building Design Must Be Efficient Usable As Well As Stylish Attractive.
  11. 11. CASE STUDY You are supposed to make a plan of a house. The land area is 52’ X 62’ for a client Mr. Gupta who has four members in his family. He is 44 yrs. old and his wife is 40 yrs. And two children's both are boys. Apart from the basic need of house they asked for certain areas of their house which are follows : o Drawing Room o Water body o Children’s Bed Room o Terrace Garden
  12. 12. SITE CONSIDERATION • Location of India : India is located in ‘North-East’ direction Longitude – 68⁰E to 98⁰E Latitude – 8⁰N to 37⁰N • Climate of India : The whole India has Tropical Monsoon Climate, since the greater part of the country lies within the tropics and the climate is influenced by the monsoon. Map of India
  13. 13. • Location of Rajasthan: Rajasthan is located in ‘North-West’ direction Longitude – 69.5⁰E to 78⁰E Latitude – 23⁰N to 30⁰N. • Climate of Rajasthan : Rajasthan is one of the hottest states of India. In Rajasthan, climatic conditions vary throughout the year. Rajasthan weather is usually hot and dry, yet one can see four distinct seasons in this state. These can be classified as Summers, Monsoons, Autumn (Post-monsoon) and Winters. Map of Rajasthan
  14. 14. • Connectivity of the site to he main roads and sub-roads, to the major landmarks like Railway Station, Bus Stop, Shopping Complex, Hospital, etc. must be checked. Distance from the major landmark such as : 1. Shopping Complex – 1.2 Km 2. Railway Station – 2.5Km 3. Hospital – 350m 4. Bus Stand – 1Km. 1. Savitri College 2. R.T.D.C 3. Main Road 6. Residential Zone 5. Ajmer Hospital 3. MainRoad6. Residential Zone 4. Site SITE PLAN SPECIFICATION 1.Savitri College 2.R.T.D.C 3.Main Road 4.Site 5.Ajmer Hospital 6.Residential Zone Site
  15. 15. MACROCLIMATE It is the climate of a larger area such as region or a country. The macroclimate around a building cannot be affected by any design changes, however the building design can be developed with a knowledge of the macroclimate in which the building is located. After studying the climatic conditions and temperature of Ajmer, it is found that: • Ajmer has a typical desert climate which is hot and arid. • Summers are hot with maximum temperature near 40⁰C whereas the minimum temperature is nearly 23⁰C. • Winters are cool with minimum temperature of 5⁰C. • The region lies in the zone nearby to the Tropic of Cancer. Map of Rajasthan With Longitude & Latitude
  16. 16. MICROCLIMATE The variations in localized climate around a building. The site of a building may have many microclimates caused by the presence of hills, valleys, slopes, streams and other buildings. Dealing with the micro elements of the site, it is found that: • Summers are very hot and winters are quite cool. • Low or less amount of rainfall. • Apart from this, microclimate is in our control which we can change according to the place. Rajasthan Map Highlighting Ajmer Map of Ajmer
  17. 17. BIOCLIMATIC DESIGN Bioclimatic Design is an attempt to create comfortable conditions in a building by understanding the microclimate used with ventilation, day lighting, passive heating and cooling. Later bioclimatic design was enlarged to include landscape, water and waste nutrients recovery. Bioclimatic Design Strategies: In winters the objectives of bioclimatic design are to resist loss of heat from the building envelope and to promote gain of solar heat. In summers these objectives are reversed to resist solar gain and to promote loss of heat from the building interior. The strategies can be set forth as: 1. Place more windows in the south-west direction (windward direction as per orientation). 2. Minimize the use of concrete flooring, instead use grass for groundcover and landscape. 3. Construct a rainwater harvesting tank on the plot and collect the rainwater of the whole site through drainage system. 4. Plant deciduous trees in south direction to act as wind break. 5. Construct a water body in south direction (wind entering the house will be cold as it flows over the water body). 6. Construct cavity walls in place of exterior walls of the building envelope (it prolongs the heating process of the house).
  18. 18. GREEN BUILDING DESIGN [L.E.E.D. CERTIFICATION] The term Green Building and Sustainable Design are used interchangeably to describe any building designed in an environmentally sensitive manner. Green Building is governed by standards such as Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (L.E.E.D.). This provided a set of measurable criteria that promotes environmentally sustainable construction and design. This system was developed by United States Green Building Council (USGBC). The LEED Rating System • Sustainable Sites: Deals with reducing pollution associated with constructional activities. • Water Efficiency: Capturing rainwater and grey water for conveying sewage and treating waste water. • Energy and Atmosphere: Encourages efficiency of using energy. Application of SMART GRID. • Materials and Resources: We should maximize locally available materials, recycled materials and reduce wastage. • Indoor Environmental Quality: The design should promote enhanced comfort productivity and wellbeing of building occupants by improving indoor air quality, maximizing day lighting of interior space and proper ventilation of space. • Innovation and Design Process: When any design has been made as per the requirements set by LEED and demonstrate innovative performance is acceptable. If any designer comes up with the design which exceeds the requirements of LEED is called Innovation in Design Process.
  19. 19. BUILDING ORIENTATION It is mandatory for a designer to understand the effects of sun and wind over a building, in other words Orientation is positioning of a building in relation to climatic variations in the sun’s paths well as prevailing wind patterns. A good orientation can increase the energy efficiency of a building making it more comfortable to live in and cheaper to run. The best orientation of a building from solar heat consideration requires that the plan of the building is so laid that the building as a whole receives maximum sun during the winter months, and avoid excessive heat during the summer months. At the same time the setting of the building should be such that the full advantage of the wind can be taken to achieve the desirable air flow indoors. E North South East West.
  20. 20. NORTH 1.Storage 2.Other Area 3.Garden Area 4.Bed Room 5.Library Area 6.Short Trees EAST 1.Bed Room 2.Guest Bed Room 3.Bath Room 4.Living Room 5.Balcony 6.Kitchen ORIENTATION OF THE SITE WEST EAST SOUTH NORTH Covered Area Set Back Set Back Main Entrance Storage Garden Area Bed Room Short Trees Stair case Corridors Storage Bath Room Guest Bed Room Balcony Kitchen Living Room Study Room Water Body Long Trees TOP PLAN S e t B a c k S e t B a c k SOUTH 1.Living Room 2.Kitchen 3.Dining 4.Study Room 5.Other Area 6.Water Body 7.Long Trees WEST 1.Stair Case 2.Corridors 3.Storage
  21. 21. DAY LIGHT DESIGN People like daylight. The variety and range of light and colour that we experience in a forest grove engages all of our senses. Daylight design could aspire to the same inspirational effect inside the house. Daylight can also be employed inside the house to conserve energy and can enhance the visibility, the principle values of day lighting are more intangible. Many factors are involved with the use of day lighting in building: 1. Aesthetics: The play of light from windows to surface and textures casting intersecting shadows, the endless variety of mod and appearances due to the movement of the sun. 2. Psychological Response: The sense of wellbeing associated with daylight and sense of orientation that comes with being connected with the exterior. 3. Health: Improves resistance to infections, skin disorders and cardiovascular impairments. 4. Energy/Cost: Reduction in electricity use and related air conditioning load from electric lighting. Physiological Benefits of Day Lighting 1. Full Spectrum Lighting: It prevents rickets, helps keep the skin in a healthy condition, is responsible for the production of Vitamin D in the body and destroys germs. 2. Orientation: People inside the building who lose contact with the exteriors may feel insecure about possible escape from fire. People are frustrated and distracted when not able to sense what the weather is outside and to have some sense of nature’s time. Psychological Benefits of Day Lighting 1. Sunshine: The presence of direct sunshine in interior environment is one of the strongest psychological benefits, as the evidence of a desire by most people for some direct sun is strong. 2. View: In the techniques of admitting daylight into the building often go together with windows, daylight and view. The best views are those that include some sky, horizon and foreground. Broad horizontal windows are more satisfying than narrow vertical windows, an optimal size being 20 to 30 percent of the exterior wall. Narrow and tall windows are good for sunlight and broad windows for the view.
  22. 22. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments 20th october,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma DayLighting Concept Day Lighting In A Room of South Facing Orientation In The Month Of October. 8 A.M. 9 A.M. 10 A.M. 11 A.M. 12 NOON 1 P.M. 2 P.M. 3 P.M. 4 P.M.
  23. 23. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma DayLighting Concept Day Lighting Shown In Interiors Of The House In The Month Of October. 5 P.M. 7 A.M. 9 A.M. 11 A.M. 1 P.M. 3 P.M. 24th october,2016
  24. 24. VENTILATION Ventilation may be defined as supply of fresh outside air into an enclosed space or the removal of inside air from the enclosed space. In other words, ventilation is the removal of all vitiated air from the building and its replacement with fresh air, ventilation may be achieved either by natural or by artificial means. Ventilation is necessary for the following reasons: 1. Creation of air movement. 2. Prevention of undue accumulation of carbon dioxide. 3. Prevention of flammable concentration of gas vapour. 4. Prevention of accumulation of dust and bacteria carrying particles. 5. Prevention of odour caused by decomposition of building material. 6. Removal of heat generated/liberated by the occupants. Functional Requirements of Ventilation System From the point of view of human comfort, ventilation systems should meet the following requirements: 1. Air Changes: In an enclosed space, where people are working or living, air has to be moved or changed to cause proper ventilation. The minimum rate of air change is one per hour and maximum is sixty per hour. 2. Humidity: Air contains certain amount of water vapour in it. Relative Humidity is defined as the ratio of water vapour present in the air to the amount of water vapour if the air were saturated at the same temperature. 3. Quality of Air: The ventilating air should be free from impurities, odours, organic matter and inorganic dust or gases. 4. Effective Temperature: It is desirable that the incoming ventilation air should be cool in summer and warm in winter, before it enters the room.
  25. 25. Systems of Ventilation Systems of ventilation can be divided into two categories: 1.Natural Ventilation: It is the one in which ventilation is effected by the elaborated use of doors, windows, ventilators and skylights. It is usually considered suitable for residential buildings and small houses. The rate of ventilation depends on two effects: a) Wind Effect b) Stack Effect ventilation 2. Mechanical Ventilation: It is the one in which some mechanical arrangements are made to increase the air flow. The system is preferred for large buildings, assembly halls, factories, theatres etc.
  26. 26. WINDOWS A window may be defined as an opening made in a wall for the purpose of providing daylight, vision and ventilation. Window consists of window frame and shutter. The selection of size, shape, location and number of windows to be provided in a room depends upon the following considerations: 1. Size of room to be lighted 2. Location of the room and its utility 3. Architectural treatment is to be given to the building 4. Direction of wind and its speed 5. Climatic conditions of the site such as humidity, temperature variation etc. Design of Windows The points to be kept in view while making provision for window in a room are: 1. The size and number of windows should be sufficient to provide adequate light and ventilation in the room. 2. Windows should be located opposite to each other wherever possible 3. The window sill should be placed at 75 to 100cm above the floor level. 4. Buildings in humid region need special attention for adequate ventilation of the room. 5. The shutter of windows in external wall should open outside. 6. All external windows, especially the ones on ground floor, should be provided with mild steel round or square bars or steel grills to safeguard against theft. 7. windows in external wall should be provided with Chajja projections to prevent the entry of the rainwater in the room
  27. 27. Sill Rail Style Frame Head Hold fast Panel Horn Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.comWindows TECHNICAL TERMS WINDOW DETAILING SASH: this is a special type of frame, made of light sections designed to carry glass. MULLION: this is a vertical member which is employed to sub-divide a window or a door opening vertically. TRANSOM: this is a horizontal member which is employed to sub-divide a window opening horizontally. LOUVER: this is a piece of timber which is fixed in an inclined position within a frame. JAMB: the vertical wall face of an opening which supports the frame of door and window. REVEAL: the external jamb of a door or a window opening at right angle to the wall face. REBATE: the depression or recess made inside the door frame to receive the door shutter. PUTTY: this is a mixture of linseed oil and whiting chalk. It is used for fixing glass panels. ARCHITRAVE: this is a strip of wood usually moulded or splayed, which is fixed around the sides and head of openings. It thus helps in giving a decent appearance to the joint of frame with masonry. It is used only when doors and windows are placed flush with the face of masonry. 22nd March, 2017 Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Residential Design Basic Assignments
  28. 28. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Windows 4’ Sill level 3’ 10’ Centered window 3D Image Top PlanIsometric view 4th April, 2017
  29. 29. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Windows 3D Image Top Plan 2 corner window Sill level 1’6” 6’ Isometric view 10’ 4th April, 2017
  30. 30. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Windows 3D Image Top Plan 4 corner window Sill level 6” 6’ Isometric view 10’ 4th April, 2017
  31. 31. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments 24th November,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Windows 3D Image Top Plan Box window ( Sill Level 18”) Isometric view Sill level 1’6” 10’ 6’
  32. 32. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Windows 3D Image Top Plan Box window ( Sill Level 3‘) Isometric view Sill level 3’ 10’ 6’ 4th April, 2017
  33. 33. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.comWindows PIVOTED WINDOW The shutters are allowed to swing round the pivots. The frame of a pivoted window is just similar to casement window except that no rebates are provided. The windows may be vertically or horizontally pivoted. FRONT ELEVATION OF VERTICALLY PIVOTED WINDOWS FRONT ELEVATION HORIZONTALLY PIVOTED WINDOWS TOP PLAN TOP PLAN Frame Pivot Pivot Pivot Shutter Pivot Shutter Frame Pivot Shutter Frame Pivot 30th March, 2017 Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Residential Design Basic Assignments
  34. 34. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com LANTERNS OR LANTERN LIGHTS These are the windows which are fixed on flat roofs to provide light to the inner portion of the building where light coming from the windows in the external walls is insufficient. They may be square or rectangular or curved. The glass panels are generally fixed, but if ventilation is also required in addition o lights, the pivoted windows may be provided. SKYLIGHTS These are the windows provided on the sloping roofs of the pitched roof meant for light, they are usually provided with the fixed glass panels. The common rafters are suitable trimmed and the skylight is erected on a curb frame. FRONT ELEVATION OF LANTERNS OR LANTERN LIGHTS FRONT ELEVATION OF SKYLIGHTS PLAN OF LANTERNS OR LANTERN LIGHTS Flat roof Lantern light Curbing Lead gutter Top rail Putty Copper clip Curb frame Common rafter Trimming piece 1st April, 2017 Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Residential Design Basic Assignments Windows
  35. 35. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Mosquito-proofing Windows FRONT ELEVATION OF MOSQUITO- PROOF PIVOT-HUNG VENTILATOR FRONT ELEVATION OF MOSQUITO- PROOF TOP-HUNG VENTILATOR VENTILATORS In case of ventilators, the mosquito-proofing is achieved by providing wire gauge on a steel frame in the area under the command of a ventilator. Inside Wire gauge Outside Inside Wall Pivot Wall Outside Wire gauge Pivot 4th April, 2017 Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Residential Design Basic Assignments
  36. 36. TOPOGRAPHY Topography refers to the configuration surface features of a plot of land, which influences where and how to build and develop a site. The microclimate of a site is influenced by the ground elevation, the nature and orientation of landforms, and the presence of bodies of water. •Solar radiations warms southern slopes, creating a temperate zone. •Daytime breezes, which replace updrafts of warm air overland can have a cooling effect of up to 10⁰F (5.6⁰C). •Grass and other groundcovers tend to lower ground temperatures by absorbing solar radiation and encouraging cooling by evaporation. •Hard surfaces tend to elevate ground temperatures. •Light colour surfaces reflect solar radiation, dark surfaces absorb and retain the radiation. Large bodies of water: •Act as heat reservoirs and moderate variations in local temperature. •Are generally cooler than land during the day and warmer at night, generating offshore breezes. •Are generally warmer than land in winter and cooler in summer. •In hot-dry climates, even small bodies of water are desirable, both psychologically and physically, for their evaporative cooling effect.
  37. 37. LANDSCAPE Landscape design is the art of arranging or modifying the features of a landscape, an urban area etc. for aesthetic or practical purpose. It is divided into: Hardscape design and Softscape design. Elements of Landscape Design 1.Line: Line in landscape is created by the edge between two materials. Lines are a powerful tool for the designer because they can be used to create an infinite shapes and forms and they control movement of the eye and the body. Types of Lines: I. Straight Lines a)Vertical Line b) Horizontal Line II. Curved Lines a)Deep Curves b) Soft Curves landscape 2.Shape & Form: Form Shape is created by an outline that encloses a space, and form is the three dimensional mass of that shape. Formal geometry forms include circles, squares and polygons. Informal naturalistic forms include meandering lines, organic edges and fragmented edges. Types of Forms: I. Geometric Forms a)Circular Forms b) Square Forms c) Irregular Forms II. Naturalistic Forms a)Meandering Lines b) Organic Edges
  38. 38. 3.Texture: Texture refers to how coarse of fine the surface of the plant or hardscape material feels or looks. Texture is used to provide variety, interest and contrast. Types of Textures: a)Coarse Texture b) Fine Texture c) Medium Texture d) Color 4.Color: Color in plant, material and hardscape adds interest and variety to the landscape. The use of color is guided by color theory to create color schemes. The basic color schemes are: a) Monochromatic Scheme b) Analogous Scheme c)Complementary Scheme 5.Visual Weight: Visual Weight is the concept that combinations of certain features have more importance in the composition based on mass and contrast.
  39. 39. Principles of Landscape: 1. Balance: Balance is the design principle that creates a layout that is visually pleasing I. Symmetrical Balance II. Asymmetrical Balance III. Radial Balance 2. Transition: Transition or sequence gradually changes patterns in the element to assist in easy visual movement across the landscape. 3. Proportion: Proportion means carefully selecting materials that are appropriately sized for the landscape and its purpose. 4. Rhythm: Rhythm gives a landscape design a feeling of natural movement through the use of natural elements and careful repetition. Group of plants can create rhythm within the environment. 5. Focalization: The most important aspect of landscape design is creating and emphasizing a point of focalization which sets the tone and arrangement for the rest of the outdoor area. 6. Repetition: Careful repetition is an essential principle of landscape design. Too much repetition can destroy the atmosphere of an outdoor area by creating a dull appearance but appropriate repetition of similar plants, color and textures bring a uniform, blended look to the landscape.
  40. 40. UNIVERSAL DESIGN The goal of universal design could be said as create buildings, places and details that provide A supportive environment to the largest number of individuals throughout life’s variety of changing circumstances. Accessible design is the design that meets standards that allow people with disabilities to enjoy a minimum level of access to environments and products. By understanding the physical implications of these board groups of disabling conditions designers can understand the criteria in the building codes and standards. • Sensory impairments: design of information systems. This includes vision, hearing and speech impairments including total and partial loss of function and leads us to the design recommendation for redundancy of communication media so that everyone can express themselves over communication systems. For example- reinforcing both lighting and circulation cues. • Dexterity impairments: design of operating controls and hardware This includes people with limitations in the use of their hands and fingers I.E., The “closed fist rule”. This addresses the location of equipment and controls so that they are within the range of people on wheelchairs and those who are short stature. • Mobility impairments: space and circulation systems This includes people who use walkers, crutches, canes and wheelchairs and also for those who have difficulty in climbing stairs or going long distances. The t-turn and 5 ft. (1.52m) diameter turning area is provided for evaluating the criteria
  41. 41. CONCEPT OF UNIVERSAL DESIGN A designer must listen to and hear from perceptive spokespeople who can articulate the needs and responses of : • People of all stages of life who have difficulty with mobility, lighting distractions and disorientation at transition points in A building. • People on wheel-chairs and other physical differences. • People with visual and aural impairments. • People under the conditions of emergency. • Persons who maintain and service our buildings, carrying heavy loads or their potential impediments to safe travel. Universal; design reviews may require alternative media including three dimensional models, virtual reality simulations and full scale mock up prototypes.
  42. 42. ANTHROPOMETRICS Interior design is all about space and people. To make a building architecturally successful, the link between the space and inhabitant of that space is very important. No space can be designed without the information oh human dimensions. The link has to be established in many ways– Physical, Psychological, emotional and much more. Physical link related to physical comfort and the need of the inhabitants to Fulfill various activities in a certain space. If we take various units in residential buildings we can start applying those anthropometric data and find out the space required for various units like sofa seating, wall unit access, dining, kitchen, beds and powder room etc. Ergonomics: Ergonomics is the scientific discipline concerned with the understanding of interactions among human and other elements of system & profession that applies theory, principles, data & methods to design in order to optimize well being and overall system performance.
  43. 43. SOFA SEATING MALES A A F D D DC C B B C E C DD OVERALL SOFA LENGTH/SEATING FOR TWO MEN OVERALL SOFA LENGTH/SEATING FOR THREE MEN Dimensions for males in order to determine how much space the seated body requires. Here it deals with the, 95 percentile data. Allowing clothing and some body movement as well as change in posture and position. In spaces where seating is to be used by both sexes, the larger dimensions should apply. Code In cm A 42-48 106.7-121.9 B 6-9 15.6-22.9 C 3-6 7.6-15.2 D 28 71.1 E 62-68 157.5-172.7 F 90-96 228.6-243.8 G 40-46 101.6-116.8 H 26 66.0 I 58-64 147.3-162.6 J 84-90 213.4-228.6 LIVING SPACES
  44. 44. Code In cm A 42-48 106.7-121.9 B 6-9 15.6-22.9 C 3-6 7.6-15.2 D 28 71.1 E 62-68 157.5-172.7 F 90-96 228.6-243.8 G 40-46 101.6-116.8 COOKING SPACES G F A B B C D Wall oven Minimum clearance between appliances Minimumspace requiredforeitherside ofRange Minimum counterspace requiredtoone sideofoven Range Work zone WallovenWorkzone To often in calculating the no. of people to be accommodate around the table, the designer relies exclusively on plastic furniture templates or on the application of a 24” to center chair spacing, instead of considering the maximum body breadth of the person of larger body size, the fact hat the elbows may be extended, and finally, the size of place setting itself. To ensure a proper interface between the human body and the table during the dining process, not only the anthropometric considerations
  45. 45. SLEEPING SPACES C O N P R J Single bed Eye level seated position Eye level standing position Window sill Code In cm A 2.5 6.4 B 7.5 19.1 C 84 213.4 D 78 198.1 E 6 15.2 F 7-8 17.8-20.3 G 44-46 111.8-116.8 H 4-5 10.2-12.7 I 1-2 2.5-5.1 J 36 91.4 K 48 121.9 L 39 99.1 M 54 137.2 N 60 152.4 O 70 177.8 P 16 40.6 Q 22 55.9 R 30 76.2 To converse space,underbed storage may be used in many instances. In such situations, it is essential that adequate clearance be provided between the bed and the wall or the nearest physical obstruction to ensure comfortable access. As indicated in the bottom drawing, a clearance of 46 to 62 in should be adequate to accommodate the human body in a kneeling position as well as the projection of a partially extended drawer.
  46. 46. E F C D B A G Shoe shelf High shelf High shelf Shoe shelf E C D F G H I Code In 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 G 46-62 116.8-157.2 CLOSETS SPACES Closet space is designed according to human needs, preferences. Vertical clearance related to male and female closet and storage facilities is considered. The closet shelf should be within human reach wherever is possible. The height of the high shelf has been established based on fifth percentile male and female data order to place it within reach of individuals of smaller body size. The location of the shelf just above the rod is essentially a function of rod height. The clearance between the bottom of the shelf and the top of the rod should allow for easy removal of the hanger.
  47. 47. PLANNING CONSIDERATION To design any living area, proper planning and brain storming needs to be done. The planning phase of any residence is the most important phase because this leads to the development of the structure of the house based on the shape and form. The design must B planned based on the needs of the person. Being an interior designer, one has to see that our design has to be functional so that the person can feel and enjoy to live in the space. In India, we have a climate which is hot and dry throughout the year and the sun shines brightly the whole year with winter months being less. To devise A proper design one must see the outside building envelope along with the interior space to meet the client requirements, now, according to this, I have to devise A plan for living area. While planning anything for living areas one must consider the size and the location of the plot. At time the area of the plot is given, we need to fond (length X width) (here I am assuming A rectangular living room). It is always advisable to visit the location of the plot. Firstly, we have to put the magnetic compass at the centre of the plot. Then, check with the four directions (I.E., North-south-east-west) of the plot. While designing we have to take care of utilizing maximum sunlight in the house and then locate the activities which requires energy and happiness between the four direction.
  48. 48. LOUIS KAHN PRINCIPLES Every human being has a different personality that consist of one or more characteristics. Their personalities react differently in different environment or with different people. Every space has its own personality with several spatial characters that differ by projects. These characters cause the space to interact with other spaces in a certain manner. These characteristics can be categorized as seven expressions oh human behaviour. 1.LEADER: Leader means a person who leads and forms group of following. In planning living room can be characterized as leader. 2. GROUPING: The space which carry the same character with other spaces is called grouping. In planning living room, kitchen and dining are grouped together as they have the same character. 3. LONER: Loner is a place which requires more privacy of sound and site & avoids social interactions. This character is preferred by the master bedroom. So it needs to be distanced from living, kitchen and dining.
  49. 49. 4. SERVANT: A space which serves other spaces in someway needs to be adjacent to them. Servant needs to be near the master. Rest room plays a servant character. 5. WORKER: A space that often supplies other spaces is called as worker. It is not necessary that the space should be adjacent to the other spaces. A service area usually has a worker character as a janitor room. 6. WATCHER: This space needs to be located beside the boundary of project for environmental attraction. The attractions can be different types of environmental conditions like view, park etc. 7. OUTREACHING: This space character is located near the entrance or corridor for meeting or activities that relate to outreaching. This type of space represent as a welcome space.
  50. 50. TYPES OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS
  51. 51. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments 03rd November,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Residential Buildings Top Plan Of Detached House Isometric View Of Detached House Detached House-It is usual tendency of any family to have a house surrounded by its own land. This had led to the formation of detached houses. The design of a detached house can be made considering the individual requirements of the family to be accommodated in that house. Sufficient margins are left on sides, front and rear. It may also include amenities such as private garden, swimming pool, etc. Plot Road Detached House
  52. 52. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments 03rd November,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Residential Buildings Top Plan Of Semi-Detached House Isometric View Of Semi-Detached House Semi-Detached House-A common boundary Wall In the form of structural barriers divides an independent plot into two units. Such a construction helps in securing many advantages of the detached type of houses and in addition, economy may be achieved by sharing expenses of common amenities such as waterlines, drainage lines, electric cables, etc. Road Plot Plot Semi-Detached House Semi-Detached House
  53. 53. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments 03rd November,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Residential Buildings Top Plan Of Row Houses Isometric View Of Row Houses Row Of Houses-For providing reasonable accommodation to the laborers or workers, a row of houses with minimum requirements such as living room and kitchen, may be constructed. It may be single storeyed or two- storeyed. The row-housing yields more net residential density and it is preferred for the low – income group of families Road Plot Plot 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 4 Common Wall Road
  54. 54. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments 4th November,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Residential Buildings Top Plan Of Apartments / Flats Isometric View Of Apartments/Flats Apartments/Flats-Due to tendency of migration by village population to cities, there is considerable rise in the price of city land and hence, it has become practically impossible even for the higher class of the society to have a detached house in a thickly populated city area. This has led to the conception of apartments or flats. An apartment or a flat consist of three to ten storeys and each floor or storey may accommodate two or six flats or apartments. Road Plot Common Wall Lift Lift Flat 1 Flat 2 Flat 3 Flat 4 UP UP DW DW
  55. 55. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments 05thNovember,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Residential Buildings Top Plan Of Duplex Type Apartments Isometric View Of Duplex Type Apartment Duplex Type Apartments-Duple is an Apartment having rooms on two adjoining floors connected by an internal staircase. In mutli- storeyed buildings, these can be so arranged that corridors fall on alternate floor or even beyond. Along with good elevation split level has advantage of privacy, more air and light and more internal space with the vertical movement from adjacent levels of only half the height of floor to ceiling. Road Ground floor Road 1st floor UP
  56. 56. PLANE : o HORIZONTAL ELEMENTS DEFINING SPACE o VERTICAL ELEMENTS DEFING SPACE o OPENING WITHIN &BETWEEN PLANES
  57. 57. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments Types of Plans 26th August, 2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Overhead Plane- The overhead plane cab be either the roof plane that spans and shelters the interior spaces of a building from the climatic elements, or the ceiling plane that forms the upper enclosing surface of a room. Wall Plane- The wall plane, because of its vertical orientation, is active in our normal field of vision and vital to the shaping and enclosure of architectural space. Base Plane- The base plane can be either the ground plane that serves as the physical foundation and a visual base for building forms, or the floor plane that forms the lower enclosing surface of a room upon which we walk PLAN
  58. 58. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments 27th August, 2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc.- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Base plan- A horizontal plane laying as a figure on a contrasting background defines a simple field of space. This field can be visually reinforced in the following ways Elevated Base plan- A horizontal plane elevated above the ground plane establishes vertical surfaces along its edges that reinforce the visual separation between its field and the surrounding ground. Examples of Base plan Examples of Elevated Base plan Horizontal elements defining space
  59. 59. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments Horizontal elements defining space 27th August, 2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc.- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Depressed Base plan- A horizontal plane depressed into the ground plane utilizes the vertical surfaces of the lowered area to define a volume of space. Overhead plan- A horizontal plane located overhead defines a volume of space between itself and the ground plane. Examples of Depressed Base plan Examples of Overhead plan
  60. 60. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments Vertical Elements Defining Space 30th August ,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Vertical linear elements- Vertical linear elements define the perpendicular edges of a volume of space. Single Vertical Plane- A single vertical plane 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. Top plan Top plan Top plan Front ViewIsometric View Isometric View Isometric View Front View Front View
  61. 61. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments Vertical Elements Defining Space 30th August,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Parallel Planes- Two parallel vertical planes define a volume of space between them that is oriented toward both open ends of the configuration U-shaped Plane- A u- shaped configuration of vertical planes define a volume of space that is oriented primarily toward the open end of configuration. Four Planes- Four verticals planes establish the boundaries of an introverted space and influence the field of space around the enclosure. Top plan Top plan Top plan Isometric View Isometric View Isometric View Front View Front View Front View
  62. 62. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments Openings in space- defining elements 5th september,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma BETWEEN PLANES An opening can be extended vertically between the floor and ceiling planes or horizontally between two wall planes. It can grow in size to occupy an entire wall of a space. Skylight¾ opening Window-Wall Vertical Horizontal
  63. 63. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments Openings with in planes 6th September ,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma 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. As an opening within a plane increases in size, it will at some point cease to be a figure within an enclosing field and became instead a positive element in itself, a transparent plane bounded by a heavy frame. Openings within planes naturally appear brighter than their adjacent surfaces. If the contrast in brightness along becomes excessive, the surfaces can be illuminated by a second light source from within the space.
  64. 64. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments Openings between Planes 6th September ,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma 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 continues around the space, it will visually lift the ceiling plane from the wall planes, isolate it, and gave 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 from of the skylight can be manipulated to capture direct sunlight, indirect daylight, or a combination of both.
  65. 65. STAIRS
  66. 66. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Building constructions 4 march, 2017 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Stairs In case of turning stairs, the flights take turn. Diagram is showing one of type of turning stairs named quarter- turn stairs. This type of stairs turn through right angle. TURNING STAIRS Landing TOP PLAN STAIRS ELEVATION OF STAIRS ISOMETRIC VIEW OF STAIRS ELEVATION OF STAIRS Riser Up First floor Ground level Down Riser Landing Riser Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma
  67. 67. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Building constructions Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Stairs In case of turning stairs, the flights take turn. Diagram is showing one of type of turning stairs named bifurcated stair. It is branched into two flights at a landing. This type of stair is commonly used in the public buildings near their entrance hall. The stair has a wider flight at the bottom which bifurcates into the narrower flights at the landing- one turning to the left and the other to the right. BIFURCATED STAIRS Landing TOP PLAN STAIRS ELEVATION OF STAIRS ISOMETRIC VIEW OF STAIRS ELEVATION OF STAIRS Down Down Tread First floor Ground level Tread Riser Landing Riser Landing Landing Tread Riser Up 4th March, 2017 Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma
  68. 68. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Building constructions Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Stairs A stair turning through two right angles is known as a half-turn stair. A half-turn stair may be of dog- legged type or open newel type. In case of an open newel stair, there is well or hole or opening between the flights in plan. This well may be rectangular or of any geometrical shape and it can be used for fixing lift. These stairs useful where available space for staircase has a width greater than the width of steps. HALF-TURN STAIRS Winders Open geometrical well TOP PLAN STAIRS ELEVATION OF STAIRS ISOMETRIC VIEW OF STAIRS ELEVATION OF STAIRSUp Down Tread Riser First floor Ground level Tread Riser Landing Tread Riser 4th March, 2017 Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma
  69. 69. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Building constructions Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Stairs A stair turning through two right angles is known as a half-turn stair. A half-turn stair may be of dog- legged type or open newel type. In case of an open newel stair, there is well or hole or opening between the flights in plan. This well may be rectangular or of any geometrical shape and it can be used for fixing lift. These stairs useful where available space for staircase has a width greater than the width of steps. HALF-TURN STAIRS Landing Landing Opengeometricalwell TOP PLAN STAIRS ELEVATION OF STAIRS ISOMETRIC VIEW OF STAIRS ELEVATION OF STAIRS Up Down Tread Riser First floor Ground level Landing Landing Landing Tread Riser Tread Riser 6th March, 2017 Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma
  70. 70. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Building constructions Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Stairs Circular or helical or spiral stairs is a type of stair where steps radiate from the centre and they do not have either any landing or any intermediate newel post. In diagram the height of the floor and rise respectively 3.68m and 160mm. The steps radiate at an angle of 30 degree from the core. The headroom is 2.08m and the width of stair is 2m. CIRCULAR OR HELICAL OR SPIRAL STAIRS Central core Floor 30 TOP PLAN STAIRS ELEVATION OF STAIRS ISOMETRIC VIEW OF STAIRS Riser Central core Tread Riser Central core Tread 6th March, 2017 Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma
  71. 71. APPROACH TYPES
  72. 72. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments 10th october,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Approach Types Approach Types 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 the entire front facade of a building o an elaborated entrance within the plane Top Plan 3 view
  73. 73. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments 10th october,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Approach Types 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 facade to be more clearly visible. Top Plan 3D view
  74. 74. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments 10th october,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Approach Types Spiral A spiral path prolongs the sequence 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. Top Plan 3D view
  75. 75. BUILDING BYE – LAWS
  76. 76. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments 15th November,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Building Bye-laws Bye laws- A bye-law is a local law framed by a subordinate authority. The buildings codes is bye laws as the standards and specification 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. An order prescribed is known as the regulation, while the law of a local authority is known as bye-law. Bye law is supplementary law or regulation Top Plan Isometric View SET BACK GARDENPARKING S E T B A C K BUILT-UP AREA S E T B A C K 10’
  77. 77. Project Report Drawing Title Date of Submission Submitted to Submitted by Residential Design Basic Assignments 15th November,2016 Dezyne E’cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yash Agarwal B.Sc- ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma Building Bye-laws The bye-laws and regulations govern the following building 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 room. 5) Height of room and building. 6) Lightings and ventilation of room 7) Water supply and sanitary provisions 8) Structural design or sizes and sections Set Back Open space Lightings & ventilation Height
  78. 78. BRAIN STROMING Need’s chart Bubble Diagram Final Plan
  79. 79. Living Room 17’ X 14’ Drawing Room 14’ X 11’ Powder Room 7’ x 5’ Kitchen 13’ x 9’ Dining Area 12’ x 8’ Vestibule 7’ x 6’ Garden Area 44’ X 11’ Parking Area 21’ x 18’ Verandah 14’ X 5’ UP UP DN South facing Garden area of 484 sq. ft., Garden is in south side so I have given here a water body , which will give cool air and also work as a welcoming point on the pedestal entrance. And the main role of landscape here is to absorb the heat and make inside house cool. East facing Drawing room of 154 sq. ft.; its entrance is near the vestibule. I have given here a simple three seated sofa, a couch , a square coffee table with bench like ottoman. Its main focusing point is the full wall bi-fold doors which is connected with the outside verandah. South facing living room of 238 sq. ft.; the living fully performs its role of watcher in this plan. It is situated in middle of the house connected with the outside greenery, with kitchen dining and with powder room. The living is informal yet simple space with comfortable seating and ample natural light streaming in from large window. South facing kitchen of 117 sq. ft. and informal Dining table of 96 sq. ft.; The dining area is adjacent to kitchen. Near the dining, a sliding door open up to the garden so that there is a view of greenery and a corner window in the kitchen through which it will be lighted up all day with breeze, and outdoor views. Powder room of 35 sq. ft.; which is connected to all the space areas of the ground floor. I have given a lavish wash basin. On the left side of it there is a bamboo’s partition and on right side I have given the powder room. This compact wash basin is near to the dining area . Covered Area Uncovered Area Furniture Stairs WindowWall Colour Coding Legend Key plan Number 1. 2. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 3. 4. 1. Parking 2. Outside sitting area 3. Water body 4. Garden 5. Vestibule 6. Drawing room 7. Living room 8. Powder room 9. Kitchen & Dining DETAIL LAYOUT Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Detail Layout (Ground Floor) Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF level 5 GROUND FLOOR DETAIL TOP PLAN N
  80. 80. Covered Area Furniture Stairs Window Wall Colour Coding Legend Key plan Number 1. Children Bed room (Boy) 2. Walk-In Closet & Bathroom 3. Balcony 4. Master Bed room 5. Walk-in closet & Bathroom 6. Terrace Garden 7. Children Bed Room 8. Walk-in Closet 9. Cut out DETAIL LAYOUTChildren bedroom of 401 sq. ft. with attached walk in closet with bathroom and a balcony which is having view of ground floor garden. Because this room is for a teenager boy so I also have given here a study table too. Bathroom 11’ x 9’ Terrace Garden 14’ x 10’ Master Bed Room 21’ x 18’ Bathroom 11’ x 6’ Bathroom 8’ X 7’ Children Bed Room 14’ x 13’ Balcony 14’ x 5’ Walk-In Closet 9’ x 5’ Walk-In Closet 7’ x 5’ Walk-In Closet 7’ x 6’ Children Bed Room 16’ x 14’ Master bedroom of 522 sq. ft.; as the role of the master room is loner so I have placed the room in the corner but having the connectivity with the children's bedrooms. The spacious master bed room is fully filled with natural light from large windows and an adjoining terrace garden. I have placed furniture items like love seat near the sliding doors of terrace garden, a computer table in the room. The room is attached with the walk in closet and the bathroom. Children bedroom of 401 sq. ft. with attached walk in closet and bathroom. Because it is for an teenager boy I have given here a study table with the view of terrace garden and the room is having connectivity with the terrace garden too. On the first floor there is a cut out so that there is a connection between ground and first floor. And on the sides of stairs I have given large fixed windows so that sunlight enters on the floors. 1. 2. 5. 6. 7. 8. 3. 4. Terrace Garden 9. Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Detail Layout (First Floor) Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma FIRST FLOOR DETAIL TOP PLAN N
  81. 81. Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Circulation Layout (Ground Floor) Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF level 5 UP Entrance CIRCULATION LAYOUT Garden Parking Vestibule Drawing room Verandah Powder room Living room Kitchen Dining Garden Stairs Main EntranceSecondary Entrance Living Room 17’ X 14’ Drawing Room 14’ X 11’ Powder Room 7’ x 5’ Kitchen 13’ x 9’ Dining Area 12’ x 8’ Vestibule 7’ x 6’ Garden Area 44’ X 11’ Parking Area 21’ x 18’ Verandah 14’ X 5’ GROUND FLOOR CIRCULATION TOP PLAN Ground Floor Circulation Bubble Diagram This Layout follows the principles of Louis Kahn
  82. 82. Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Circulation Layout (First Floor) Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF level 5 UP CIRCULATION LAYOUT First Floor Circulation Bubble Diagram Stairs Child Bedroom Walk-in closet + Bathroom Walk-in closet + Bathroom Walk-in closet + Bathroom balcony Child Bedroom Master Bedroom Garden Bathroom 11’ x 9’ Terrace Garden 14’ x 10’ Master Bed Room 21’ x 18’ Bathroom 11’ x 6’ Bathroom 8’ X 7’ Children Bed Room 14’ x 13’ Balcony 14’ x 5’ Walk-In Closet 9’ x 5’ Walk-In Closet 7’ x 5’ Walk-In Closet 7’ x 6’ Children Bed Room 16’ x 14’ FIRST FLOOR CIRCULATION TOP PLAN This Layout follows the principles of Louis Kahn
  83. 83. Main EntranceSecondary Entrance D1 Living Room 17’ X 14’ Drawing Room 14’ X 11’ Powder Room 7’ x 5’ Kitchen 13’ x 9’ Dining Area 12’ x 8’ Vestibule 7’ x 6’ Garden Area 44’ X 11’ Parking Area 21’ x 18’ Verandah 14’ X 5’ UP UP UP Ground Floor Furniture Legend S.no. Code Type Size Area 1 D1 Single Door 6’ Wide Secondary Entrance 2 D2 Sliding Door 12’ wide Main Entrance 3 D3 Double Door 7’ X 4’ Vestibule 4 D4 Bi-Fold Door 7’ X 12’ Drawing Room 5 D5 Single Door 7’ X 3’ Powder Room 6 D6 Sliding Glass Door 7’ X 6’ Kitchen & Dining 7 W1 Picture Window 5’ X 6’ Vestibule 8 W2 Casement Window 4’ X 3’ Drawing Room 9 W3 Casement Window 4’ X 3’ Drawing Room 10 W4 Picture Window 5’ X 2’ Living Room 11 W5 Picture Window 5’ X 2’ Living Room 12 W6 Sliding widow 6’ X 4’ Living Room 13 W7 Corner Casement window 3’ X 2’6” Kitchen 14 W8 Picture Window 6’ X 4’ Stairs 15 W9 Picture Window 6’ X 4’ Stairs 15 V1 Louvered Window 2’ X 1’ Powder Room GROUND FLOOR DOORS AND WINDOWS TOP PLAN Ground Floor Doors & Windows Legend DN Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Doors & Windows Layout (Ground Floor) Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF level 5 D3 D2 D4 D5 D6 W1 W4 W3 W5 W6 W7 W8 V1 W2 Colour Coding Legend Windows Doors W9
  84. 84. D1 Ground Floor Furniture Legend S.no. Code Type Size Area 1 D1 Single Door 7’ X 3’ Child Bed Room 1 2 D2 Single Door 7’ X 3’ Balcony 3 D3 Single Door 7’ X 2’6” Walk-In Closet 4 D4 Single Door 7’ X 2’6” Bath Room 5 D5 Single Door 7’ X 3’ Child Bed Room 2 6 D6 Single Door 7’ X 2’6” Bath Room 7 D7 Single Door 7’ X 3’ Master Bed Room 8 D8 Single Door 7’ X 3’ Walk-In Closet 9 D9 Single Door 7’ X 3’ Bathroom 10 D10 Sliding Glass Door 7’ X 6’ Terrace Garden 11 D11 Single Door 7’ X 3’ Terrace Garden 12 W1 Casement widow 4’ X 4’ Child Bed Room 1 13 W2 Casement widow 2’ X 4’ Master Bed Room 14 W3 Casement widow 2’ X 4’ Master Bed Room 15 W4 Casement Window 4’ X 4’ Child Bed Room 2 16 W5 Picture Window 6’ X 4’ Stairs 17 W6 Picture Window 6’ X 4’ Stairs 18 V1 Louvered Window 2’ X 1’ Child Bed Room Bathroom 1 19 V2 Louvered Window 2’ X 1’ Child Bed Room Bathroom 2 20 V3 Louvered Window 3’ X 2’ Master Bed Room FIRST FLOOR DOORS AND WINDOWS TOP PLAN First Floor Doors & Windows Legend Project Report Site Location Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF level 5 D3 D2 D4 D5 D6 W1 W4 W3 W5 W6 V1 W2 Colour Coding Legend Windows Doors Bathroom 11’ x 9’ Terrace Garden 14’ x 10’ Master Bed Room 21’ x 18’ Bathroom 11’ x 6’ Bathroom 8’ X 7’ Child Bed Room 2 14’ x 13’ Balcony 14’ x 5’ Walk-In Closet 9’ x 5’ Walk-In Closet 7’ x 5’ Walk-In Closet 7’ x 6’ Children Bed Room 1 16’ x 14’ D7D8 D9 D10 D11 V2 V3 Drawing Title Doors & Windows Layout (First Floor)
  85. 85. Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design DiplomaFlooring Layout (Ground Floor) Duna Cotto Starto A. Parking (Paving Tile) Company Name – Kajaria Size – 30 X 30 cm A Zambia Gris B. Outside Area (Satin Tile) Company Name – Kajaria Size – 80 X 80 cm Neo Stone Copper C. Water Body (Vitrified Tile) Company Name – Kajaria Size – 30 X 30 cm C Belarus Crema D. Lving,Kitchen (Digital vitrified Tile) Company Name – Kajaria Size – 80 X 80 cm D American Cedar F. Drawing Room (Wooden Tile) Company Name – Kajaria Size – 80 X 80 cm Graphite Lite E. Powder Room (Ceramic Tile) Company Name – Kajaria Size – 30 X 30 cm E Shanghai Nose Matte G. Stairs (Matte Tile) Company Name – Kajaria Size – 60 X 60 cm F G B Ground Floor Flooring LAYOUT
  86. 86. Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diplomaflooring Layout (First Floor) Shanghai Nose Matte A. Stairs (Matte Tile) Company Name – Kajaria Size – 60 X 60 cm Belarus Crema B. Bedrooms Walk - In Closets Zambia Gris C. Terrace Garden (Satin Tile) Company Name – Kajaria Size – 80 X 80 cm Graphite Lite D. Bathrooms (Vitrified Tile) Company Name – Kajaria Size – 30 X 30 cm (Ceramic Tile) Company– Kajaria Size – 80 X Name 80 cm African Mahogany (Wooden Texture Rectified Tile) Company Name – Kajaria Size – 150 X 600 mm E. Master Bed Room A C D E B D B B B B E D Balcony Walk –In Closet A First Floor Flooring LAYOUT
  87. 87. Ground Floor Furniture Legend Code Company Code Type Company Name Size Area 1 Van Dyck Outdoor Chairs & Table Minotti 7’ X 7’ Garden 2 Freeman Tailor L-Sofa Minotti 3’ X 12’ Living Room 3 Dyck Coffee Square Table Minotti 4’ X 4’ Living Room 4 Creed Armchair Chairs Minotti 2’ X 2’ Living Room 5 Lang T.V. Unit Minotti 5’ X 1’ Living Room 6 Duvet Alone Sofa Minotti 3’ X 9’ Drawing Room 7 Luggage Chaise Couch Minotti 3’ X 6’ Drawing Room 8 Calder Bronze Table Minotti 3’ X 3’ Drawing Room 9 Catlin & Amelie Scont Dinning Table + Chairs Minotti 7’ X 3’6” 18” X 18’ Dining Area GROUND FLOOR FURNITURE TOP PLAN Ground Floor Furniture Legend Main EntranceSecondary Entrance 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Living Room 17’ X 14’ Drawing Room 14’ X 11’ Powder Room 7’ x 5’ Kitchen 13’ x 9’ Dining Area 12’ x 8’ Vestibule 7’ x 6’ Garden Area 44’ X 11’ Parking Area 21’ x 18’ Verandah 14’ X 5’ UP UP UP DN Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Furniture Layout (Ground Floor) Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF level 5 FURNITURE (CONTEMPORARY STYLE) LAYOUT
  88. 88. Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Furniture's Details Layout (Ground Floor) Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF level 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 12 B. LIVING ROOM UP UP UP C. DRAWING ROOM D. DINING TABLE A . OUT DOOR SEATING A. OUT DOOR SEATING 1- Outdoor Chair & Table Company – Minotti Code – Van Dyck “Outdoor” Size – 4’ Diameter, H 20” Company – Minotti Code – Cortina Armchair “outdoor” Size – 18” X 18”,H 18’ B. LIVING ROOM 2- L shaped Sofa Company – Minotti Code – Freeman Tailor Size – 3’ X 12’, H 36” 3- Center Table Company – Minotti Code – Dyck Coffee “Square” Size – 4’ X 4’, H 18” 5- Arm Chairs Company – Minotti Code – Creed Armchair Size – 2’ X2’, H 18” 6- Console Table Company – Minotti Code – Lang Size – 5’ X 1’, H 24” 4- Small Round Table Company – Minotti Code – Kay Size – L16” , H 20” C. DRAWING ROOM 7- Three Seater Sofa Company – Minotti Code – Duvet Alone Size – 3’ X 9’, H 36” 11- Coffee Table 8- Couch Company – Minotti Code –Luggage Chaise “Lounge” Size – 3’ X 6’, H 36” Company – Minotti Code – Calder Bronze Size – 3’ X 3’, H 18” 10- Ottoman Bench Company – Minotti Code – Kirk “Bench” Size – 16’ X 3’, H 16” 9- Side Table Company – Minotti Code – Caulified “Gold” Size – L 1’, H 20” D. DINING TABLE 12- Dining Table For 6 Members Company – Minotti Code – Catlin Table Scont Size – 7’ X 3’6”, H 30” 13- Dining Chairs Company – Minotti Code – Amilie Scont Size – 18” X 18”, H 18” Colored of chair Fabric • These Are The Actual Images Of Furniture Of Company Minotti That I Used In My Ground Floor Plan GROUND FLOOR FURNITUIRE’S DETAIL LAYOUT
  89. 89. First Floor Furniture Legend Code Company code Type Company Name Size Area 1 Creed Bed Minotti 6’ X 5’6” Children Room 2 Carson desk Study Table Minotti 5’ X 1’ Living Room 3 Kirk Night Bed’s Side Table Minotti 2’ X 1’ Children room 4 Yang King Bed Minotti 7’ X 6’ Master Room 5 Morson Bed’s Side Tables Minotti 2’ X 1’ Master Room 6 Single Bench Bed’s Ottoman Minotti 6’ X 2’ Master Room 7 Close T.V Unit Minotti 5’ X 1’ Master Room 8 Winston Love Seat+Table Minotti 3’ X 2’6” Master Room 9 Jacob Computer Table Minotti 5’ X 2’ Master Room 10 Creed Bed Minotti 6’ X 5’6” Children Room 11 Carson desk Study Table Minotti 5’ X 1’ Children Room 12 Kirk Night Bed’s Side Table Minotti 2’ X 1’ Children Room First Floor Furniture Legend Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Furniture Layout (First Floor) Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF level 5 FIRST FLOOR FURNITURE TOP PLAN 1 2 3 7 8 9 10 Bathroom 11’ x 9’ Terrace Garden 14’ x 10’ Master Bed Room 21’ x 18’ Bathroom 11’ x 6’ Bathroom 8’ X 7’ Children Bed Room 14’ x 13’ Balcony 14’ x 5’ Walk-In Closet 9’ x 5’ Walk-In Closet 7’ x 5’ Walk-In Closet 7’ x 6’ 11 12 Children Bed Room 16’ x 14’ 6 5 4 FURNITURE (CONTEMPORARY STYLE) LAYOUT
  90. 90. Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF level 5 FIRST FLOOR FURNITURE’S DETAIL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 B. MASTER BED ROOM A . CHILDREN BED ROOM A. CHILDREN BED ROOMS 1- Bed Company – Minotti Code – Creed Bed Size – 6’ X 5’6”, H 20’ A . CHILDREN BED ROOM 1 2 3 Company – Minotti Code – Kirk Night Stand Size – 2’ X 1”, H 18’ 2 – Bed Side Table 3 – Study Table Company – Minotti Code – Carson Writing Desk Size – 5’ X 2”, H 24’ B. MASTER BED ROOM 4- Bed Company – Minotti Code – Yang King Bed Size – 7’ X 6’, H 20” Company – Minotti Code – Morison Night Storage Size – 2’ X 1”, H 18’ 5 – Bed Side Table 6- Small Round Table Company – Minotti Code – Kay Size – L16” , H 20” Company – Minotti Code – Winston Chair Size – 3’ X 2’6”, H 18’ 8– Love Seats 9 – Computer Table Company – Minotti Code – Jacob Writing Desk Size – 5’ X 2”, H 24’ 7- Console Table Company – Minotti Code – Close Size – 5’ X 1’, H 24” • These Are The Actual Images Of Furniture Of Company Minotti That I Used In My First Floor Plan Furniture's Details Layout (First Floor) LAYOUT
  91. 91. COLOUR CODING LAYOUT Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Colour Coding Layout (Ground Floor) Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma 1.Parking Area 2.Landscape Area 3.Outside Seat Area 4.Water Body 5.Vestibule 6.Living Room 7.Drawing Room 8.Verandah 9.Powder Room 10.Kitchen 11.Dining Area 12.Stairs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.
  92. 92. COLOUR CODING LAYOUT Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma 1.Stairs 2.Open 3.Patio 4.Child Bed Room 1 5.Balcony 6.Walk-In closet 7.Bath Room 8.Master Bed Room 9.Terrace Garden 10.Child Bed Room 2 1. 2. 3. 4.5. 6.7. 8. 9. 10. 7. 6. 7.6. Colour Coding Layout (Ground Floor)
  93. 93. Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. House Detail layout Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF level 5 PLINTH LEVEL BUILT UP AREA LEVEL UP GROUND FLOOR HEIGHT FIRST FLOOR HEIGHT PARAPET WALL BALCONY RAILING HOUSE DETAIL LAYOUT 3D views
  94. 94. Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Layering Layout Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF level 5 HOUSE FLOORS LAYERING LAYOUT FIRST FLOOR GROUND FLOOR TERRACE Floors Divided Into Layers Ground Floor Is Spaced By Orientation And By Taking Up The Point Of Green Building . Plinth Level Is Raised By 2’ And The Built Up Area Is Raised By 3’. First floor is proper planned by taking necessities of a human being to live in a house. Through anthropometry space planning has been done for children's bed room and master bedroom. Terrace roof is a mixture of skillion and flat roof skillion roof helps to gave all day sunlight on first and ground floor and also works as a heating insulation.
  95. 95. Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Orthographic Projection Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF level 5 Front Elevation of The House A Back Elevation of The House B Left Elevation of The House DRight Elevation of The House C ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION Isometric Of The House A B CD Top Plan
  96. 96. Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. House Sectional Layout Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF level 5 Front Section Of The House A A’ Back Section Of The House B B’ Living Room Dining Area Bathroom Kitchen Child Bedroom 1 HOUSE SECTIONAL LAYOUT Walk-In Closet Walk-In Closet Bathroom Dining Area UP DN A A’ B B’ Top Plan Top Plan Powder room
  97. 97. Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF level 5 Left Section Of The House C C’ Right Section Of The House D D’ Drawing Room Child Bedroom 2 Kitchen & Dining Living Room BathroomChild Bathroom Master Bedroom Bathroom Parking Bedroom 1 Terrace Garden C C’ D D’ Top Plan Top Plan Kitchen Stair case Parking HOUSE SECTIONAL LAYOUT House Sectional Layout
  98. 98. Top plan Showing the connectivity DESIGN DEVELOPMENT LAYOUT UP UP UP DN Project Report Site Location Drawing Title Project Detail Design ByDate Residential Planning Project Civil Lines, Ajmer, Rajasthan. Design Development Layout Plot Size – 62’ X 52’ Area – 3224 Sq. Ft. 23rd May ‘ 2017 Yash Agarwal ,B.Sc. ID + 1 Year Residential Design Diploma NSQF level 5 Conversation Diameter 10’ Vestibule Wash Basin Top plan highlighting the living room This is not possible to design developed the whole spaces of the house so I selected living room part and vestibule area. Drawing Room
  99. 99. Living Room
  100. 100.  These are the actual colours of brand Asian Paint with Colour name & code
  101. 101. Coffee Table (panoma) Company – Urban Ladder Size - 4’ X 4’ Teak Finish L- shaped sofa (freeman Tailor) Company – Minotti Size - one side 3’ X 9’ , 3’ X 12’ Lounge Chairs (Robbins) Company – Urban Ladder Size – 2’ X 2’ Colour – Blue Lattice Round side Table (kay) Company – Minotti Size – L 16” H 18” T.V. Unit (Zephyr) Company – Urban Ladder Size – 5’ X 1’ Teak Finish Partition Wall Company – Local Market Size – 12’ X 8’ ,Teak Finish Shoes And utility Cabinet For Vestibule (Zanotti) Company – Urban Ladder Size – 5’ X 2’ Mahogany Finish White Framed windows for Living Room 1 2 3 4 56 7 8
  102. 102. Cushions – Polyvore.com Book Shelve – Urban Ladder Rug – Urban Ladder Geometrical Chandelier – Polyvore.com Key Holder & shelf For Vestibule - Urban Ladder Floor Lamp – Urban Ladder Decor accessories – Ebay.com Artificial Bamboo Trees – Ebay.com Duplex Blinds – D’décor Fabric- Polyester Colour- Reagan Aqua Wall art- Wall scone for Vestibule – Malhardecor.com Natural Areca palm plant Light Scone – Urban ladder
  103. 103. DESIGNING PRINCIPLES : I. Symmetrical Balance II. Emphasis On Copper Leaves Wall Art III. Rhythm Through Progression On Leaves Wall Art IV. Unity Through Similarity Of Golden Color From Leave Wall Art To Light Sconce.
  104. 104. DESIGNING PRINCIPLES : I. Visual Balance Through Shape & Color II. Emphasis On Hanging Geometrical Chandelier III. Rhythm Through Repetition Of Shape And Color IV. Unity Through Alignment Of Painting, Window Sill & Book Shelves And Similarity Through Cool Colours In All Over The Room
  105. 105. CONCLUSION As Interior Design Is Not Just About Designing A Space, But It Is About Creating A Space As Per Human Needs And Wants. Interior Is An Personal Space Which Has To Be Design Individually. Certain Planning And Functional Consideration Are Constant In Any Residence, And Constant In Any Residence, And Although These Too May Be Ignored By The Occupant Who Wishes To Be Strongly Individualistic, They Can Provide At Least Basic Guideline. The Must Follow The BUILDING BYE LAWS And GREEN BUILDING I.E. To Take Any Space As An Environmental Sensitive Manner And The Space Should Not Harm The Environment. UNIVERSAL DESIGN Has Also Be Followed I.E. The Space Should Be Effective For All The Person Living Inside The House. The Planning Process Of The Residence House Starts With The Check List Of The Requirement Of Client, And To Choose The Style Which Is Up To The Comfort Of The Client. We Create Positive Environment In The Space By Giving Proper ANTHROPOMETRIC & ERGONOMIC Dimensions. Giving Proper Day lighting And Ventilation In Space Which Increases The Working Efficiency Of The Person Living Inside The House.
  106. 106. BIBLIOGRAPHY I Get The Knowledge Various Sources Which Increases My Knowledge And Provides Me Guideline In The Making Of Residential Design Portfolio. 1. Building Construction, Sushil Kumar 2. Wikipedia Encyclopedia 3. Inside Outside 4. Society Interior Magazine 5. Color Harmony.
  107. 107. THANK YOU !

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