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Architecture Programmes

Semester 03
Syllabus

Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra School of Science and Technology


Open University
Dnyangangotri, Near Gangapur Dam,
Nashik – 422 222, India
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Contents
1.0 Semester 03............................................................................................ 7
1.1 A01031......................................................................................................................... 7
1.2 A01032......................................................................................................................... 9
1.3 A01033....................................................................................................................... 11
1.4 A01034....................................................................................................................... 13
1.5 A01035....................................................................................................................... 15

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Abbreviations Used:

SST: Self Study Time (including the CST)


CST: Counseling Session Time
CP: Credit Point
TH: Theory Course (subject)
ST: Studio Course (subject)

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Program Structure Chart
Course 4, 4 CP Course 5, 4 CP
Course 1, 4 CP Course 2, 4 CP Course 3, 4 CP
Semester Studio or Project- Studio or Project-
Theory Course Theory Course Theory Course
Work Course Work Course
A01013:
A01012: A01014:
A01011: Architectural A01015:
01 Technical Workshop and Model
Climatology Drawing and Basic Design I
Communication Making
Graphics I
A01021: A01023:
A01024:
History of A01022: Architectural A01025:
02 Building Technology
Architecture and Theory of Structures I Drawing and Basic Design II
and Materials I
Human Settlements I Graphics II
A01031:
History of A01032: A01033: A01034: A01035:
03 Architecture and Theory of Structures Auto CAD and Office Building Technology Architectural Design
Human Settlements II suites and Materials II I
II
A01041:
A01045:
History of A01042: A01043: A01044:
Architectural Design
04 Architecture and Theory of Structures Surveying and Building Technology
II
Human Settlements III Leveling and Materials III
III
A01052: A01053: A01054: A01055:
A01051:
05 Theory of Structures Quantity Surveying Building Technology Architectural Design
Building Sciences I
IV and Estimating and Materials IV III
A01064:
A01062: A01063: A01065:
06 A01061: Furniture
Theory of Structures Landscape Architectural Design
DAA Building Sciences II Construction and
V Architecture I IV
Interior Design
A01072: A01074: A01075:
A01071: A01073:
07 Theory of Structures Building Technology Architectural Design
Building Sciences III Specification Writing
VI and Materials V V
A01083: A01084: A01085:
A01081: A01082:
08 Landscape Building Technology Architectural Design
Building Sciences IV Town Planning
Architecture II and Materials VI VI
A01093:
A01091: A01092: A01095:
Computer A01094:
09 Research Professional Practice Architectural Project
Applications in Technology Elective
Methodology I Stage I
Architecture
A01102: A01103: A01105:
10 A01101: A01104:
Professional Practice Management Architectural Project
B.Arch. Planning Elective Allied Elective
II Elective Stage II
A01111: A01112: A01113: A01114: Vernacular A01115:
Contemporary Low Cost Building Ecology for Architecture Architectural Design
Architecture Trends Design and Architecture and Studio – I
and Theories Techniques Planning A02114: Energy
Conserving A06115:
A06111: A06112: A06113: Architecture Professional
Principles of Project Planning Management Communication
Management and Scheduling Accounting A03114:
Landscape Design A11115:
A11111: Introduction A11112: A11113: Architectural
to Environment and Disturbances and Thermal Comfort A06114: Design Studio – I
11 Sustainability and Passive Design
Remedies Management of
Built Facilities

A07114: Risk
Management

A11114: Efficient
Building Materials

A12114: Pollution
Impact and

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Course 4, 4 CP Course 5, 4 CP
Course 1, 4 CP Course 2, 4 CP Course 3, 4 CP
Semester Studio or Project- Studio or Project-
Theory Course Theory Course Theory Course
Work Course Work Course
Remediation
A01121: A01122: A01123: A01124: Design With A01125:
Computer Application Mass Housing design Advanced Building Climate Architectural Design
for Architecture and strategies and construction and Studio – II
Planning standards Services A01124-E02:
Architectural A06125-E06:
A06121: A06122: A06123: Conservation Computer
Human Resource Project Monitoring Project Finance Applications
Management and Management A06124: Repairs
Control and Maintenance of A11125-E11:
A11121: A11123: Buildings Architectural
Environmental A11122: Urban Ecology and Design Studio – II
12 Psychology Geographic Environmental A07124:
Information Planning Conservation of
System (GIS) Heritage Structure

A11124:
Decentralized waste
water Management
System

A12124: Terrain
assessment and
mapping
A01131: A01132: A01133: A01134: A011351:
Building Bylaws and Urban Design Architectural M. Arch Dissertation Architectural Design
Architecture Practice Evaluation and Stage I Studio – III
A06132: Research
A06131: Project A06134: A06135:
Advanced Formulation and A06133: M. Arch Managerial
13 Construction Appraisal Procurement Dissertation Decision Making
Techniques Processes Stage I
A11132: A11135:
A11131: Ecological Landscape A11133: A11134: Architectural Design
Environmental Design Energy Efficient M. Arch Dissertation Studio – III
Services Buildings Stage I
Management Systems
A01141: A01142-: Futuristic A01143: A01144: A01145:
Project Assessment Architecture Building Industry M. Arch Dissertation M. Arch Dissertation
and Management (Seminar) Stage II Stage III
A02142:
A06141: High rise Buildings A06143: A06144: A06145:
Materials and their Contract M. Arch M. Arch
Management A06142: Value Administration Dissertation Dissertation
Management Stage II Stage III
A11141: A11143-E11:
14 Green Buildings: A07142: Environmental Law A11144: A11145:
M.Arch. Technical Construction M. Arch Dissertation M. Arch Dissertation
Criteria and Marketing Stage II Stage III
Standards
A11142: Technical
Standards for Green
Buildings

A12142:
Environmental
Project Management

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For M.Arch. (General):
A01111: A01112: A01113: A01114: Vernacular A01115:
Contemporary Low Cost Building Ecology for Architecture Architectural Design
Architecture Trends Design and Architecture and Studio – I
and Theories Techniques Planning A02114: Energy
11 Conserving
Architecture

A03114:
Landscape Design
A01121: A01122: A01123: A01124: Design With A01125:
Computer Application Mass Housing design Advanced Building Climate Architectural Design
12 for Architecture and strategies and construction and Studio – II
Planning standards Services A02124: Architectural
Conservation
A01131: A01132: A01133: A01134 A01135:
Building Bylaws and Urban Design Architectural M. Arch Dissertation Architectural Design
13
Architecture Practice Evaluation and Stage I Studio – III
Research
A01141: A01142: Futuristic A01143: A01144: A01145:
Project Assessment Architecture Building Industry M. Arch Dissertation M. Arch Dissertation
14
and Management (Seminar) Stage II Stage III
M.Arch.
A02142:
High Rise Buildings

For M.Arch. (Construction Management):


A06111: A06112: A06113: A06114: Management A06115:
Principles of Project Planning Management of Built Facilities Professional
11 Management and Scheduling Accounting Communication
A07114: Risk
Management
A06121: A06122: A06123: A06124: Repairs and A06125:
Human Resource Project Project Finance Maintenance of Computer
Management Monitoring and Management Buildings Applications
12
Control
A07124: Conservation
of Heritage Structure
A06131: A06132: A06133: A06134: A06135:
Advanced Project Formulation Procurement M. Arch Dissertation Managerial
13
Construction and Processes Stage I Decision Making
Techniques Appraisal
A06141: A06142: Value A06143: A06144: A06145:
Materials and their Management Contract M. Arch Dissertation M. Arch Dissertation
14
Management Administration Stage II Stage III
M.Arch.
A07142: Construction
Marketing

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For M.Arch. (Environmental Architecture):

A11111: Introduction A11112: A11113: A11114: Efficient A11115:


to Environment and Disturbances and Thermal Comfort Building Materials Architectural
Sustainability Remedies and Passive Design Design Studio – I
11
A12114: Pollution
Impact and
Remediation
A11121: A11122: A11123: A11124: A11125:
Environmental Geographic Urban Ecology and Decentralized waste Architectural
Psychology Information Environmental water Management Design Studio – II
System (GIS) Planning System
12
A12124: Terrain
assessment and
mapping
A11131: A11132: A11133: A11134: A11135:
Environmental Ecological Landscape Energy Efficient M. Arch Dissertation Architectural Design
13
Services Design Buildings Stage I Studio – III
Management Systems
A11141: A11142: Technical A11143: A11144: A11145:
Green Buildings: Standards for Green Environmental M. Arch Dissertation M. Arch Dissertation
Technical Buildings Law Stage II Stage III
14
Criteria and
M.Arch.
Standards A12142:
Environmental
Project Management

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1.0 Semester 03

1.1 A01031

1.1.1 Basic Information


Course Course Name Prog Sem CP CST SST Marks Type Cat
Code
A01031 History of Architecture and AP 3 4 40 120 100 TH
Human Settlements II Hrs. Hrs.

1.1.2 Prerequisites and Objectives


Course Prerequisites: Course Objectives: After successful completion of this
• History of Architecture & Human course, student should be able to
Settlements I • Understand different aspects of a civilization
(focused upon a time span from 500 AD to roughly
17th Century AD.) such as environment, social
history, philosophy, art, landscape design, and town
planning, and also their influences on one another.
Studio: Stress should be given on self-study, research through library and field visits. However,
Journals and sketches / drawings with reports shall form class work, with critical remarks and
assessment from the counselor, during the semester. At the End Examination, due credit will be
given to interaction on the on-line Discussion Forum between the student and the Counselor.

1.1.3 Units
UN Name of Unit CP CST in Evaluation Pattern
Block Hrs.
1 The Indian Sub-Continent 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs
1st 10
(in Self-Test) will be asked on these units.
2 The West Asiatic 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs
2nd 10
(in Self-Test) will be asked on these units.
3 East Asia 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs
3rd 10
4 Africa (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units.
5 Europe 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5 MCQs
4th 10
6 Pre Colombian America (in Self-Test) will be asked on these units.

1.1.4 Syllabus
UN Detail Syllabus of the Unit
1 The Indian Sub-Continent: The Gupta dynasty, The Dravidian School (Pallavas, Cholas,
Pandyas), The Indo Aryan or Nagara School, The Jain School, The Deccan (Early and Later
Chalukyans, the Rashtrakutas), The Indo Islamic Architecture : The Imperial Pathan (The
Delhi Sultanates), The Provinicial Pathan School and the Mughal Period, Hindu resurgence,
the Nayaks of South.
2 The West Asiatic: Beginning of Islam, The Arab Renaissance, Mongol Invasion, Destruction
of Baghdad by Genghis Khan, Mongols rule on West Asia, Turkish Capture of
Constantinople, Ottoman Domination of Islamic World.
3 East Asia: Nara Civilization in Japan, Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Planned City of Peking:
Capital of Ming Dynasty.
4 Africa: Rapid Spread of Islam.

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5 Europe: Dark Ages Begin, The Romanesque Period, Rise of Monastries, Moorish Rule in
Spain, Gothic Architecture, Renaissance, Baroque, Rococco, (European Architecture to focus
mainly on England, Italy, France, Germany and Spain).
6 Pre Colombian America: Peak of Mayan Empire, Inca and Aztec Rules.

1.1.5 Learning Material


Book Code Title, Details of Edition Publisher,
Author, Chapters and Sections Year Price,
ISBN of Original Edition Included in Syllabus Order It Here
Text Books
A01031-T1
Reference Books
A01031-R1 Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru,
“Glimpses of World
History”
A01031-R2 Geoffrey and Susan
Jellicoe, “Landscape
of Man”
A01031-R3 A. B. Gallion, “Urban
Pattern”
A01031-R4 Sir Bannister Fletcher,
“The History of
Architecture”
A01031-R5 Spiro Kostof “History of
Architecture”
A01031-R6 Markus Hattsein Peter
Dellus ed. “Islamic Art
and Architecture”
A01031-R7 J.E. Swain “History of
World Civilisation”
A01031-R8 H.G. Wells “A sport
History of the World”
A01031-R9 J. Bronowski “The
Ascent of Man”
A01031-R10 Satish Grover “Buddhist
and Hindu Architecture
in India”
A01031-R11 Percy Brown “Indian
Architecture”
A01031-R12 Sybil Moholy Nagy, “The
Matrix of Man”
A01031-R13 Dora Crouch, “History of
Architecture”
A01031-R14 Amold Toynbee, “A study
of history”
A01031-R15 Dora Crouch,“Traditions
in Architecture”

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1.2 A01032

1.2.1 Basic Information


Course Code Course Name Prog Sem CP CST SST Marks Type Cat
A01032 Theory of Structures II AP 3 4 40 120 100 TH
Hrs. Hrs.

1.2.2 Prerequisites and Objectives


Course Prerequisites: Course Objectives: After successful completion of
this course, student should be able to :
• Theory of Structures I • Understand the basic principles of structural
behavior and requirements of buildings with
emphasis laid more on understanding of
principles involved rather than mathematical
computations.
Studio: Sufficient number of projects to cover the topics mentioned should be worked in class,
Stress should be given on self study and understanding the basics of structural behavior, supported
by computations together with drawings, with critical remarks and assessment from the
counselor, during the semester. At the End Examination, due credit will be given to interaction on
the on-line Discussion Forum between the student and the Counselor.

1.2.3 Units
UN Name of Unit CP CST Evaluation Pattern
Block in
Hrs.
1 Elastic behaviour of material and 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5
2 Hook’s law, Stresses and strains 1st 10 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on
these units.
3 Theory of simple bending 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5
4 Bending and shear stress 2nd 10 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on
distribution these units.
5 Direct and bending stresses 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5
6 Deflection 3rd 10 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on
these units.
7 Statically indeterminate structures 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5
8 Propped cantilevers 4th 10 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on
these units.

1.2.4 Syllabus
UN Detail Syllabus of the Unit
1 Elastic behaviour of material: Stress, strain, elastic constants, elastic behaviour of
material and Hook’s law and yield point, stress strain diagrams for steel, timber and
concrete.
2 Stresses and strains: Compressive, tensile and shear stresses and strains
3 Theory of simple bending: Theory of simple bending, bending moment and moment of
resistance, section modulus.
4 Bending and shear stress distribution: Bending and shear stress distribution in simple
sections.

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UN Detail Syllabus of the Unit
5 Direct and bending stresses: Direct and bending stresses in compression members.
6 Deflection: Deflection in simply supported beams and cantilevers, Double integration
method (Problems of full uniformly distributed load and point load only).
7 Statically indeterminate structures: Concept of statically indeterminate structures,
Degree of indeterminacy.
8 Propped cantilevers: Standard loadings

1.2.5 Learning Material


Book Code Title, Details of Edition Publisher,
Author, Chapters and Sections Year Price,
ISBN of Original Edition Included in Syllabus Order It Here
Text Books
A01032-T1 Strength of Material by
Khurmi R. S.
A01032-T2 Applied Mechanics and
Strength of Materials by
Khurmi R. S.
A01032-T3 Text-Book of Applied
Mechanics by Khurmi R.
S.

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1.3 A01033

1.3.1 Basic Information


Course Course Name Prog Sem CP CST SST Marks Type Cat
Code
A01033 CAD and Office Automation AP 3 4 40 120 100 TH
Hrs. Hrs.

1.3.2 Prerequisites and Objectives


Course Prerequisites: Course Objectives: After successful completion of this
• Architectural Drawing and graphics II course, student should be
• Acquainted with operation of various soft wares and
office automation tools used in making drawings
and general administrative work of any professional
office.
Studio: Students are expected to complete sufficient projects on the topics given below, with
critical remarks and assessment from the counselor, during the semester. At the End Examination,
due credit will be given to interaction on the on-line Discussion Forum between the student and
the Counselor.

1.3.3 Units
UN Name of Unit CP CST in Evaluation Pattern
Block Hrs.
1 Introduction to computer hardware 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5
and softwares used for drafting 1st 10 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on
these units.
2 Detailed study of softwares used for 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5
drafting 2nd 10 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on
these units.
3 Detailed study of softwares used for 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5
making presentations and general 3rd 10 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on
administrative work these units.
4 Study of other relevant computer 1 SAQ & 1 LAQ (in End Exam) and 5
applications 4th 10 MCQs (in Self-Test) will be asked on
these units.

1.3.4 Syllabus
UN Detail Syllabus of the Unit
1 Introduction to computer hardware and softwares used for drafting: Introduction of
hardware of computers and software’s used for drafting and presentation of an architectural
drawing. Introduction to CAD software, All the commands in latest version of CAD in 2-D
and their application to make drawings and working drawings.
2 Detailed study of softwares used for drafting: Introduction to layers, editing
techniques, printing and plotting. Drawing simple 3D forms.
3 Detailed study of softwares used for making presentations and general
administrative work: Preparation of text or documents by using word processor software.
e.g. MS WORD, LOTUS WORDPRO etc. Analysis of collected data in the form of
spreadsheets and its presentation through graphs, pie charts etc. e.g. MS EXCEL, LOTUS
123 etc. Preparing advanced presentations by making slide show using presentation
software. e.g. MS POWERPOINT, MACROMEDIA DIRECTOR, PHOTOSHOP,

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CORELDRAW etc.
4 Study of other relevant computer applications: Creating and using databases in
computers using database management softwares e.g. DBASE, FOXPRO etc. Introduction to
concepts of LAN, WAN, Internet and intranet and the applications like Internet Browser,
mail client etc. Introduction to Project management softwares like MS PROJECT.

1.3.5 Learning Material


Book Code Title, Details of Edition Publisher,
Author, Chapters and Sections Year Price,
ISBN of Original Edition Included in Syllabus Order It Here
Text Books
A01033-T1

Reference Books
A01033-R1 “Computer Essentials” :
Textbook recommended
for MS-CIT examination
of Govt. of Maharashtra.
(Published for MKCL)

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1.4 A01034

1.4.1 Basic Information


Course Code Course Name Prog Sem CP CST SST Marks Type Cat
A01034 Building Construction and AP 3 4 80 120 100 ST
Materials - II Hrs. Hrs.

1.4.2 Prerequisites and Objectives


Course Prerequisites: Course Objectives: After successful completion of this
• Building Construction and Materials - course, student should be able to:
I • Understand the basic building elements, their
function and behavior under various conditions with
specific reference to ‘Load bearing Construction’ and
simple non RCC frame structure.
• Develop strong sense of intuition, understanding of
the basic principles of construction and materials
and develop analytical and logical sequence in
thinking.
Studio: Sufficient number of projects to cover the topics mentioned should be worked in class.
Stress should be given on self study and site visits to understand the basics of construction
technology together with drawings. Students are expected to complete the projects, with critical
remarks and assessment from the counselor, during the semester. At the End Examination, due
credit will be given to interaction on the on-line Discussion Forum between the student and the
Counselor. The emphasis should be on understanding the fundamental principles and
constructional details suitable for Indian Conditions rather than copying from foreign books. Stress
should be given on self study and site visits to understand the basics of construction technology
together with drawings.

1.4.3 Units
UN Name of Unit CP CST Evaluation Pattern
Block in
Hrs.
1 Tools and equipment Students are expected to complete
2 Materials 1st 20 number of projects, with critical
remarks and assessment from the
3 Timber doors counselor. External and internal
4 Timber windows 2nd 20 experts will jointly assess these projects
for 100 marks with viva after
5 Timber Staircases presentation by the student for about 5-
6 Timber Roofs 3rd 20 7 minutes. In case of disagreement
among the experts, decision of external
7 Timber floors expert shall be final. At the End
8 Timber balconies Examination, due credit will be given to
4th 20 interaction on the on-line Discussion
Forum between the student and the
Counselor.

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1.4.4 Syllabus
UN Detail Syllabus of the Unit
1 Tools and equipment: Introduction to various tools and equipment commonly used in
Carpentry and joinery work.
2 Materials: Study of following building with their characteristics, available market forms,
preservation, appropriate use and common tests. Timber, bamboo, Thatch, Roofing tiles.
3 Timber doors: Simple timber joinery, Doors – Frameless, ledged, braced, battened, paneled,
glazed, solid and hollow core flush and their combinations.
4 Timber windows: Windows – frameless, ledged, battened, glazed etc.
5 Timber Staircases: terminology, types and construction details.
6 Timber Roofs: terminology, function, possible shapes and construction of sloping , Lean
to, coupled, collar roofs , etc, Fixing of tiles for roofs.
7 Timber floors: Framed construction – single and double floors.
8 Timber balconies: terminology, types and construction details.

1.4.5 Learning Material


Book Code Title, Details of Edition Publisher,
Author, Chapters and Sections Year Price,
ISBN of Original Included in Syllabus Order It Here
Edition
Text Books
A01034-T1
Reference Books
A01034-R1 Elements of structure
by Morgan
A01034-R2 Structure in
Architecture by
Salvadori.
A01034-R3 Building construction
by Mckay W. B., Vol. 1
to 4
A01034-R4 Construction of
Building by Barry, Vol.
I to V
A01034-R5 Construction
Technology by Chudley
R. Vol. I to IV
A01034-R6 Building Construction
Illustrated – Ching
Francis D. K.
A01034-R7 Elementary Building
Construction by
Michell
A01034-R8 Engineering Material –
Chaudhary
A01034-R9 Building Construction
Materials – M. V. Naik.
A01034-R10 Civil Engineer’s Hand
Book – Khanna
A01034-R11 Vastu Rachana – Shri
Sane
A01034-R12 National Building code
and ISI specifications

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1.5 A01035

1.5.1 Basic Information


Course Code Course Name Prog Sem CP CST SST Marks Type Cat
A01035 Architectural Design I AP 3 4 80 120 100 ST
Hrs. Hrs.

1.5.2 Prerequisites and Objectives


Course Prerequisites: Course Objectives: After successful completion of this
• Basic Design II course, student should be able to
• Architectural Drawing & Graphics II • Identify parts of building.
• Climatology • Understand activity/ function, structure & form/
Aesthetics as three essentials in design of a
building.
• Design simple, single function buildings/ structures.
Studio: Sufficient number of projects to cover the topics mentioned should be worked in class.
Stress should be given on three-dimensional study and communicating the design / study through
effective two and three-dimensional sketches and models, rather than words. Students are
expected to complete the projects, with critical remarks and assessment from the counselor, during
the semester. At the End Examination, due credit will be given to interaction on the on-line
Discussion Forum between the student and the Counselor.

1.5.3 Units
UN Name of Unit CP CST Evaluation Pattern
Block in
Hrs.
1 Study of Components of a building Students are expected to complete
2 through sketches, etc. Study of number of projects, with critical
1st 20
Ergonomics in buildings, Study of role remarks and assessment from the
of materials. counselor. External and internal
3 Design of single activity, single space, experts will jointly assess these projects
4 building/ structure for human use. for 100 marks with viva after
2nd 20
E.g. Bus shelter, Ice-cream kiosk, presentation by the student for about 5-
Watchman’s cabin, etc. 7 minutes. In case of disagreement
5 Study and critical appraisal of a among the experts, decision of external
6 typical single family residential 3rd 20 expert shall be final. At the End
building. Examination, due credit will be given to
7 Design a simple dwelling unit such as interaction on the on-line Discussion
8 week-end cottage, twin house, row 4th 20 Forum between the student and the
house, etc. Counselor.

1.5.4 Syllabus
UN Detail Syllabus of the Unit
1 Introduction to Architectural design as a subject. Study of different components that go into
making of a building. E.g. columns, beams, walls, roofs, plinths, steps, balconies, doors,
windows, etc. Collection of information and sketches for different components used in making
of a building/ structure for human use.
2 Study of ergonomics involved in design of buildings and its components. Role of materials in
design of components in a building and broad parameters of the choice of materials.
3 Making measured drawing of a single-family residential unit, including furniture layout, use

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pattern at different hours of a day and on special occasions.
4 Critical appraisal of the above measured single family residential unit with reference to
above studies and theories learned in Basic Design I & II
5 Design of single activity, single space, building/ structure for human use. E.g. Bus shelter,
6 Ice-cream kiosk, Watchman’s cabin, etc.
7 Design of single activity, single space/ two spaces, building/ structure meant for human
8 occupation. E.g. Night shelter at trekking place, Cottage at resort, etc.

1.5.5 Learning Material


Book Code Title, Details of Edition Publisher,
Author, Chapters and Sections Year Price,
ISBN of Original Edition Included in Syllabus Order It Here
Text Books
A01035-T1
Reference Books
A01035-R1

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