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THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE

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THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE

  1. 1. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE AND MEANING IN ARCHITECTURE Content: Part-1: Definitions of Architecture- context for architecture as satisfying human needs- functional, aesthetic and psychological –architecture as a discipline-
  2. 2. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE AND MEANING IN ARCHITECTURE Content: Part-2: INTROINTROducing the various functional aspects of architecture: site, structure, skin, services, use, circulation etc.
  3. 3. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE AND MEANING IN ARCHITECTURE Content: Part-3 INTROduction to the factors that lend meaning to architecture- architectural expression and $ymbolism- CHARacter and style- movements, philosophies, ideologies and theories- MEANING AND INTERPRETATION OF ARCHITECTURE
  4. 4. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S NOWNOW 0101THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE
  5. 5. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S NOWNOW 0101THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE AND MEANING IN ARCHITECTURE Content :
  6. 6. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I Definitions of ARCHITECTURE 1. Originated from the Greek word Architekton 2. Archi – great tekton – builder 3. Architecture is the art and science of building 4. It is the conscious creation of utilitarian spaces with the deliberate use of material 5. Architecture should be technically efficient and aesthetically pleasing.
  7. 7. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I Definitions of ARCHITECTURE
  8. 8. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I Definitions of ARCHITECTURE
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  10. 10. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I Definitions of ARCHITECTURE MY VISIONSAY
  11. 11. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S NOWNOW 0202THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE AND MEANING IN ARCHITECTURE Content :
  12. 12. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I context for architecture as satisfying human needs
  13. 13. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I context for architecture as satisfying human needs
  14. 14. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I context for architecture as satisfying human needs NEEDS OF MANNEEDS OF MAN 1.G1.GENERAL INFLUENCESENERAL INFLUENCES As per GEORGE S. SALVAN wordsGEORGE S. SALVAN words religion and art recreation
  15. 15. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I context for architecture as satisfying human needs ACTIVITIES OF MANOF MAN Desire for PPRESRESERVATION Desire for Recognition Desire for Response Desire for Self-Expression I.GENERAL INFLUENCES prestige, pride and ambition, social status love, friendship, and sociability
  16. 16. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I context for architecture as satisfying human needs NATURE II. INFLUENCES OF NATURE A. CLIMATE B. TOPOGRAPHY C. MATERIALS
  17. 17. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I context for architecture as satisfying human needs III. INFLUENCES OF man 1. SOCIAL CONDITIONS: 2. Man's Personality. 3. Man's Interests. TV movies radio periods house church factory
  18. 18. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I context for architecture as satisfying human needs 'SMART HOUSES' OF THE FUTURE
  19. 19. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S NOWNOW 0101THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE AND MEANING IN ARCHITECTURE Content :
  20. 20. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I FUNCTIONFUNCTIONal, aesthetic and psychological SpatialSpatial SEQUENCESEQUENCE spatialspatial FITFIT intended purpose a factor dependent upon another or other factors role. the kind ofaction the kind of action
  21. 21. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I FUNCTIONFUNCTIONal, aesthetic and psychological
  22. 22. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I FUNCTIONFUNCTIONal, aesthetic and psychological NONO FunctionFunction NONO soulsoul
  23. 23. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I functional, aestheticand psychological BeBeautyauty AppAppreciationreciation of beautyof beauty beautiful or pleasing appearance nature and expression of beauty nature and expression of beauty aisthetikos, Mass & space proportion contrast pattern decoration massing symmetry balance ements of aesthetics
  24. 24. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I functional, aestheticand psychological
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  29. 29. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I functional, aesthetic and psychological expression ofculturalpride, societalpassion,ornational esteem mood and productivity Play with human mind Space, form, and light affect health and wellbeing
  30. 30. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I functional, aesthetic and psychological Physical structure has a significant effect on human behavior. As humans find themselves spending more time enclosed within the walls of structure, it becomes valuable to design structures integrating features of the natural environment and structural landscape features into the human-made environment (Joye, 2007). Research suggests the design of residential and commercial space has pervasive effects on its inhabitants and is an important consideration in architectural design.
  31. 31. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I functional, aesthetic and psychological Architecture, a symbolic and intentional endeavour seems to reflect the psychology of its designers regardless of time, culture and perhaps even species. Space, form, and light are elements that are often incorporated either purposefully of unconsciously for aesthetic or practical reasons but more pointedly give creatures meaning, purpose and stability amidst an ever changing physical universe of seeming chao
  32. 32. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I functional, aesthetic and psychological
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  37. 37. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I functional, aesthetic and psychological
  38. 38. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I ARCHITECTURE as a discipline- The relationship of architecture to other fields and disciplines
  39. 39. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I ARCHITECTURE as a discipline- The relationship of architecture to other fields and disciplines
  40. 40. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S NOWNOW 0101THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE AND MEANING IN ARCHITECTURE Content :
  41. 41. By Ar.Rajiv Kumar.P.S UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE AND MEANING IN ARCHITECTURE Content: Part-2: INTROINTROducing the various functional aspects of architecture: site, structure, skin, services, use, circulation etc.

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