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GATEWAY COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN, SONIPAT

TEACHING PROGRAMME
ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING - II
SESSION 2008-09
AR 108-A
Periods/wk: 6
Sessional Marks: 75
Theory Exam Marks: 50
INTENT:
The language through which the architects communicate their thoughts and ideas is in the form of lines. A line
carefully put on a sheet of paper is a representation of the future construction. In order to communicate his ideas in a
better and efficient way, an Architect must know the importance and methodology of Architectural Drawing. The
content of the subject would include understanding the ways in which lines can be used. To develop in the students
the capability of understanding and drawing three dimensional solids and their various complex sections to be able
to draw finally complex drawing required in the representation of architectural design.

CONTENT:
The content of the course includes: Simple 3-D geometric forms
Projection of group of solids
Sections of solids
Development of surfaces
Inter penetration of solids
Isometric view of simple forms
Axonometric view
Measured drawing

CONDUCTANCE:
The course will be conducted in the studio; the lectures being given in the beginning of the class followed by
exercises by students both free hand and on computer for the portfolio submission.

Week 1
Complex 3-D geometric forms at different tilted positions.
Ex: Draw objects (plans, elevations and sections) free hand and on CAD

Week 2
Take the approximate measurements of the studio and prepare its drawings.
Ex: Draw objects (plans, elevations and sections) free hand and on CAD

Week 3
Soap sculpture
Ex: Draw the soap sculpture (plans, elevations and sections) free hand and on CAD

Week 4
Box board sculptures: 2
Ex: Draw the relevant drawings (plans, elevations and sections) of the two sculptures free hand and on CAD

Week 5
Single bed with storage; measure and prepare the relevant drawings
Ex: Draw the bed (plans, elevations and sections) free hand and on CAD

Ex: Collect relevant data so as to give you sufficient information about a Sofa with centre table so that it is of help
in designing the same.

Week 6
Sofa with centre table
Present the collected data as group work on the reception area; either studies done as a case study or literature study
or data collected from the standards. After presenting the relevant data and discussions on the same, the students are
suppose to work on their design of the reception area, keeping all the discussed functional and aesthetic aspects in
mind and then coming out with a relevant solution for the same. Represent the drawing with the help of detailed
drawing of the space and furniture with the help of plans, elevations, sections and views.
Ex: Collect relevant data so as to give you sufficient information about a Study table with chair so that it is of help
in designing the same.

Week 7
Study table with chair
Present the collected data as group work on the reception area; either studies done as a case study or literature study
or data collected from the standards. After presenting the relevant data and discussions on the same, the students are
suppose to work on their design of the reception area, keeping all the discussed functional and aesthetic aspects in
mind and then coming out with a relevant solution for the same. Represent the drawing with the help of detailed
drawing of the space and furniture with the help of plans, elevations, sections and views.
Ex: Collect relevant data so as to give you sufficient information about a Dressing table so that it is of help in
designing the same.

Week 8
Dressing table
Present the collected data as group work on the reception area; either studies done as a case study or literature study
or data collected from the standards. After presenting the relevant data and discussions on the same, the students are
suppose to work on their design of the reception area, keeping all the discussed functional and aesthetic aspects in
mind and then coming out with a relevant solution for the same. Represent the drawing with the help of detailed
drawing of the space and furniture with the help of plans, elevations, sections and views.
Ex: Collect relevant data so as to give you sufficient information about a Dining for six so that it is of help in
designing the same.

Week 9
Dining table with chairs for six
Present the collected data as group work on the reception area; either studies done as a case study or literature study
or data collected from the standards. After presenting the relevant data and discussions on the same, the students are
suppose to work on their design of the reception area, keeping all the discussed functional and aesthetic aspects in
mind and then coming out with a relevant solution for the same. Represent the drawing with the help of detailed
drawing of the space and furniture with the help of plans, elevations, sections and views.
Ex: Collect relevant data so as to give you sufficient information about a Wardrobe so that it is of help in designing
the same.

Week 10
Wardrobe
Present the collected data as group work on the reception area; either studies done as a case study or literature study
or data collected from the standards. After presenting the relevant data and discussions on the same, the students are
suppose to work on their design of the reception area, keeping all the discussed functional and aesthetic aspects in
mind and then coming out with a relevant solution for the same. Represent the drawing with the help of detailed
drawing of the space and furniture with the help of plans, elevations, sections and views.
Ex: Collect relevant data so as to give you sufficient information about a Cabinet for living area so that it is of help
in designing the same.

Week 11
Cabinet for a living room

Present the collected data as group work on the reception area; either studies done as a case study or literature study
or data collected from the standards. After presenting the relevant data and discussions on the same, the students are
suppose to work on their design of the reception area, keeping all the discussed functional and aesthetic aspects in
mind and then coming out with a relevant solution for the same. Represent the drawing with the help of detailed
drawing of the space and furniture with the help of plans, elevations, sections and views.
Ex: Collect relevant data so as to give you sufficient information about a Pre-primary class so that it is of help in
designing the same.

Week 12
Class room: pre-primary class
Present the collected data as group work on the reception area; either studies done as a case study or literature study
or data collected from the standards. After presenting the relevant data and discussions on the same, the students are
suppose to work on their design of the reception area, keeping all the discussed functional and aesthetic aspects in
mind and then coming out with a relevant solution for the same. Represent the drawing with the help of detailed
drawing of the space and furniture with the help of plans, elevations, sections and views.
Ex: Collect relevant data so as to give you sufficient information about a Bachelors room so that it is of help in
designing the same.

Week 13
Bachelors room
Present the collected data as group work on the reception area; either studies done as a case study or literature study
or data collected from the standards. After presenting the relevant data and discussions on the same, the students are
suppose to work on their design of the reception area, keeping all the discussed functional and aesthetic aspects in
mind and then coming out with a relevant solution for the same. Represent the drawing with the help of detailed
drawing of the space and furniture with the help of plans, elevations, sections and views.
Ex: Collect relevant data so as to give you sufficient information about a Reception area so that it is of help in
designing the same.

Week 14
Reception area
Present the collected data as group work on the reception area; either studies done as a case study or literature study
or data collected from the standards. After presenting the relevant data and discussions on the same, the students are
suppose to work on their design of the reception area, keeping all the discussed functional and aesthetic aspects in
mind and then coming out with a relevant solution for the same. Represent the drawing with the help of detailed
drawing of the space and furniture with the help of plans, elevations, sections and views.

Week 15
Prepare the measured drawings of the library and make its axonometric.
Ex: Draw objects (plans, elevations and sections) free hand and on CAD