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  1. 1. SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, BUILDING & DESIGN Research Unit for Modern Architecture Studies in Southeast Asia Foundation of Natural and Build Environment (FNBE) Design Visualization [FNBE 0155] Credit hours: 5 Prerequisite: None Lectu re rs : Ms D el l iya Z a i n an d Mi ss No rm a Sula i m an Final Project – Part C The Toy Display Presentation 20% (Individual) Submission and Presentation Date: 14th February 2014 – 9:00AM (Venue TBC) Introduction As a mention in Part B the final project will concentrate on the process of ideas and the production of the drawings and visual for presentation purposes. Still in character in Part C, students are required to prepare presentation boards, model (prototype) and montage to convince the client of the proposed design. In this final part students are required to draw all the required illustration by hand and to creatively produce it on boards to demonstrate their basic skills of architectural drawings, architectural rendering and architectural graphics. They are also required to produce photomontage and model(s) to visualise the proposal. The best tips on presentation; http://archizombie.com/2012/04/26/17-tips-for-creating-the-perfect-presentation-board/ Objectives of Project The objectives of this project are as follows:  To demonstrate observation and visualisation skills in a variety of ways depending on the area of specialisation being pursued with an emphasis on the process of drawing.  To develop confidence to use drawing as a means of communication to express two dimensional and three dimensional ideas. Learning Outcomes of this Project On successful completion of this assignment, students will be able to demonstrate the following: 3. Demonstrate observation skills and be able to record, organize, interpret and describe a variety of issues via visual communications effectively. 4. Manipulate variety of media and techniques to visualize ideas leading to a finish product 1
  2. 2. Tasks - Methodology Students will need to continue to imagine that they are a designer. In this imaginary situation, a toy company has requested them to design a display box/casing to promote their miniature toy. The site to place this display box or casing will be at the site given from Project 1B at the entrance only. Through the site analysis study, you as a designer will then find a solution or ideas to create a suitable display box / casing to promote this toy. The client is requesting for the followings; a. Maximum three A2 presentation boards with the followings details; One plan of the entrance wall with the proposed display (scale 1/50) The elevation(s) of the entranced wall (draw both wall if you are using both side of the wall (scale 1/50) One section through the entrance wall cutting through the display box and the wall (to show the height, and placement of the display box). (scale 1/50) One plan of display box (scale 1/1 or 1/2 or 1/3* consult lecturer) One top view of display box (scale 1/1 or 1/2 or 1/3* consult lecturer) Front, side and back elevation of display box (scale 1/1 or 1/2 or 1/3* consult lecturer) One section of the display box (scale 1/1 or 1/2 or 1/3* consult lecturer) One sketched perspective of the display on site or just the display box (one point or two point) - (should not be smaller than an A5 size it can be bigger) Design introduction, intention/concept and design process (sketches, diagrams and annotations) Some brief information about the site and suitable site analysis information b. Photo montage of the display box/casing on site (on one A3 board) – Minimum one image A5 size c. A model (1:1) – maximum 300x300x300mm The model must be accurate to fit in the toy. This is considered as the final product. Requirement a. A2 presentation boards with the followings details; All drawings listed above are compulsory items. You may add additional drawings if necessary only. All drawings, sketches and diagrams must be hand drawn and text to be hand written as architectural handwriting on A2 size paper of the student choice but must. Student may use any kind of materials and architectural technique to produce the drawing but collage or reprinting is not acceptable. Drawing techniques must follow the basic architectural conventions, line weight, symbols etc. Must label all drawings and illustrations with scale and proper annotations. Drawings must include human figures. The A2 drawing board orientation could be all landscape or all portraits only. Maximum 3 and minimum 2 A2 boards (must not include the photo montage). Must give a “name” to the display and the name of the toy. (on the presentation board) Please add your name, id number, DV FNBE April 2013 and Taylor’s logo nicely on the board. Tips: Please refer to the DK Ching book for presentation layouts and preparation. b. Photo montage of the display box/casing on site (on one A3 board) Minimum one image that will suite the A3 board (if it is only one image min size A4) Please add your name, id number, DV FNBE April 2013 and Taylor’s logo nicely on the board. You may choose any technique to prepare this montage. Student may add picture of the box detail. (this is additional) 2
  3. 3. c. A model (1:1) – maximum 300x300x300mm The model must be accurate to fit in the toy. It is considered as the final product. May use any material to make the model Student must make their model by themselves. They should not hire anyone else to make it. Other than the final model students may display their draft or process model. Each student will need to verbally present their presentation. During the final presentation students should bring their sketches and previous works to support their ideas. Students must show progress during tutorial session. Marking criteria Marks shall be distributed as follows: 20% total of the final marks Item Criteria Percentage a. Completeness, workmanship and delivery of the brief and requirements (prepared 10% on A2 boards, produced all the drawings, montage and model, submitted on time, architectural hand writing, workmanship, design process and introduction etc) b. Clarity, originality, and creativity of the design approach or concept, design process 20% and diagrams application as drawn on the board. (to support the idea plus the depth of the final idea, association, function, application, sizes, suitability and materials) c. Demonstrate the application and clarity of orthographic drawings, drawing 30% conventions, drawing renderings, architectural graphics, rendering techniques of the drawings, illustrations and sketch perspective(s). (line weight, scale, proportion, representation, rendering style, annotation, scale, symbols, etc) d. Creativity and appropriateness of the presentation boards, montage and model. 30% (content, presentation layout and arrangements, annotation, labelling, title, media, rendering and technique applied, architectural handwriting size and enhancement of font, hierarchy and placement of drawings, style or theme of presentation boards, model materials and constructions, montage production, presentation board choice of paper etc) e. Development of ideas and progress during tutorial sessions 10% (the quality of work and progress shown during tutorial sessions) Total: 100% 3

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