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AR01- 83 Interior Design And Detailing Ii AR01-82-1 Urban Design

Module No : 1 Module Name : Urban Design And Its cape Plants Evolution plant materials ,their names Plants cape Elements and application of Interior Landscape Interior Need for urban designconditions, maintenance etc.of urban design - interiors - problems, maintenance etc. (commercial),growth - The scope and objectives Water bodies in The relation between Architecture, Urban design and forms to emphasize space Sculpture, Curios, valuables etc asissues in urban design Special structural Urban planning Urban Spaces and Urban Image Behavioral exhibits in public interiors Principles of,materials,size,scale,settings urban scale, urban spaces, urban massing, quality of urban their colour urban spatial organization, etc enclosureNo : 2 Module - Visualization or image or the city and its elements - Perceptions of urban environment: Kevin Services Lynch's elements of Urban Design, Imageabilty, Townscape Design lar com/al1 - climatic comfol1, natural and aIiif.fcial lighting, air-conditioning and acoustics. Module -No : 2 Module Name : Techniques single rooms like Services air-conditioning ducts, electrical wiring, Plumbing layout and AIC layout inor Urban Design Urban designDrawing rooms, Seminar Halls, Clinics etc components like landscape, infrastructure and Bed Rooms, policies - Formulation of policies for various built forms - Urban renewal, scope, need and procedure - Urban conservation and economic considerations Module No : 3 Furniture Design Road form and hierarchy - Road pattern, pedestrian areas, malls, urban elements, open spaces and waterfront Furniture Design Role of furniture, evolution of lumiture style, ergonomic factors of lumiture design and development, planning Issues. malcrials - its characteristics and application. Functional classification of space. Barrier free design. Module No : 3 Urban Design Project Formulation Surface Module No 4 Urban design:projects in various scales. At Micro level- campus planning. city centers, transportation Treatments corridors, residential neighbor hood, water fonts. At micro levels National Metro Politian cities and project Elements of furnishing and surface treatment. their need and scope. Decorativc materials for ceiling, walls, levels case studies - Surveying methods and techniques. space linkage - Urban design principles - sales and noors. Drapery and upholstery lar openings and furniture respcctively and matching thcm with overall mass, skyline studies - Urban spaces and their characteristics. Execution of Urban Design Projects Projects colour scheme and composition. Sources and collection of information preparation - Agencies involved in the execution -co-ordination, role of planning authorities -Development Control guidelines -Zoning, Role of urban al1s commission, Urban project financing agencies. . Module No : 4 Module Name : Evaluation of Urban Design Projects Feasibility study of Urban design projects/Evaluation, Historical Examples of Urban Design Projects References : Community design and culture or cities - Edudo.E. Lozam Concepts or urban design - David Goshng and BurryMaitland Exterior Design in Architecture - Yoshinra Ashihara Architecture or towns and cities - Paul.D.Sperigen The social logic or space - Hiller.B..J.Hudson The new theory or urban design Alexander Christopher The image or the city - Kevin Lynch Design or Cities -Bacon Edmund .N. The new landscape - Charles correa The architecture or cities - Rossi, Aida Townscapes - Collen, Garden Finding lost spaces - Toge Tranik The art of building cities - Sitte, canmitto

AR01- 81 Town Planning


Module No : 1 Origin and evolution of Human settlements-Development of Town planning in the historical perspectiveTown planning in ancient, medieval, renaissance, industrial & post industrial age- Town planning in India -ancient, medieval, colonial and modern, Module No : 2 Contributions to modern town planning thoughts by-Patric geddes, Ebenezer Howard, Constantino A. Doxiadis, Lewis Mumford. Le Corbusier and Clarence Stein. Definition of town- their classifications -model towns, garden cities, satellite town. suburb, green belts, Neighbor hoods-Characteristics of modern towns. Module No : 3 Urban Development Planning system and process-Perspective Plan, Development Plan, Annual Plan, Plan Schemes and Projects. Master plan, Land use Plan Tools for land use control -Zoning regulations, building byelaws, Subdivision regulations Plot reconstitution, Bettel111ent Tax. Theories of urban structureConcentric ring theory, multiple nuclear theory & sector theory.

Module No : 4 Need for town planning legislation-Different town planning acts- Role of development authorities-Role of town planning departments, Role of local bodies in the implementation of town plan. Land Acquisition Act .Coastal Regulation Zones and its relevance. Contemporary urban problems. growth and changes. Need for sustainable city planning References : Reference books I.Arthur B.Gallion, " Urban Pattern", 2.Kccble Lewis, Principls and Practice of Town Planning. 3. Kevin Lynch, Image of the city 4 AE.J Morris ,History of Urban Form 5.C.L.Doxiadis,Ekistics: An Introduction to town and Country planning 6 Petcr Hall, Urban and Regional Planning 7. Peter Hall &Ulrich Pfeiffer ,Urban Future 21 8.Ministry of Urban Affairs Govt of lndia- Urban Development Plans Formulation and Implementation Guidelines 9 . .John Ratcliffe Introduction to Town and Country Planning

AR01- 85 Building Services Iii( Architectural Acoustics)


Module No : 1 Nature of Sounds-Propagation of Sound- Velocity, Frequency, and wavelength of sound-sound intensitysound pressure- loudness-Decibel-Human ear and heari ng characteristics. Module No : 2 Room acoustics- behavior of sound in enclosed spaces-sound reflection, diffusion, and diffusion actionroom resonance- sound absorption coefficient- sound absorptive materials and construction- porous absorbers- membrane absorbers- cavity resonators-space absorbers variable absorbers-measurement of sound absorption Module No : 3 Module Name : Reverberation-reverberation time-sabine formula- acoustical defects in the enclosed spaces- acoustical design of auditoriums-rooms for music, speech etc. Module No : 4 Efrect of noise in human being- air bome and structure bome noise- noise criteria-transmission loss- noise control in specific building types- auditoriums, schools, hospitals, residences and offices References : 1.Kinsler and Fry- Fundamentals of Acoustics 2.Ducan Templation- Acoustics in built environment 3.Knudson and Harris- Acoustical designing in architecture 4.Cavanaugh- Architectural Acoustics

AR01- 87 Advanced Structural Systems In Architecture


Module Name : Structures in Architecture. Loads on structures-Different types-Load characteristics-use or occupancy loads-Earth and water loads-Dynamic 10ads-Ealih quake loads. Structural requirements-basic requirements like strength, equilibrium, stability. functionality, economy, and aesthetics. Module Module No : 2 Name : Structural materials- Review of traditional materi;lIs-PropcI1ies and uses or wooden materials like Steel, Aluminium, Reinforced cement concrete, Pre-stressed concrete, Plywood (different types), Structural plastics, Glasses, Composites such as ferrocement. fibre reinforced concrete. Module Module No : 3 Name : Structural elements- Behavior and application of tension, compression, nexural and torsional elements and Module No : 1

trusses, frames, plates, arches, cables and grid construction. Structural systems- different types- behavior of different structural systems under loads. Module Module No : 4 Name : Discussion on optimization of structural elements and systems. Structural safety- Quality control aspccts of structural c1cmcnts and strllctural systems. Durability criteria and fire safety as per IS code provisions. References : 1.Cowan: Architectural structures 2.Engil & Hcinrich: Structural systems. 3.1 S 456,2000 4.Lin. T.Y., Solesharg,S.D: Structural concepts and systems for Architects & Engineers. 5. Robert A Coliman- Structural System Design 6. Saluadori & Heller- Structures in Architecture 7. Saluadori & Leany- Structural Design in Architecture 8. Zuk- Concepts of Structures

AR01- 88 Landscape Architecture


Module Name : Man and landscape development in Historical Perspective-Introduction- Garden of ancient world - Babylon, Egypt, Persia, Greece, Rome. Islamic tradition and Mughal in India -Japanese Module Module No : 2 Name : Introduction to ecology - Ecosystems - Environmental issues in architecture and planning - Air, water & land pollution - Top soil erosion and vegetation Studies on the impact on earth. Module Module No : 3 Name : Elements of landscape Major and minor elements, natural and man made elements and tangible and intangible elements - Water - Land forms vegetation -sculpture - Furniture - Aesthetics principles - scale proportion unity -- rhythm - angle of vision and approach - views - avenue planting Scientific and local names of plants - Classification of plants according to size, types, form, colour and texture-. Horticulture aspects - planting and planting techniques - Lawn - Preparations mowing, maintenance ete. -raising of interior plants. Module Module No : 4 Name : Site planning considerations - Selection of site - Location of structures -Identification of site features - Site climate -- Functional suitability of site Movement of pedestrian and vehicles - Parking. Landscape engineering - Cutting and filling- retaining walls- Constructions of verticals, walls, fencing, pools etc pavements - fountains - sculpture - steps ramps terrace gardens - Rock garden-colour in landscape References : Site Planning-Kevin Lynch and Gary hach Landscape of man- Jellicoe & Jellicoe Introduction to landscape- Motloch .J.C. Japancse Gardens- Bring M. Landscape architecture- Simonds Planting design- Hackett Modern Gardens and the Landscape Kassler Module No : 1