Bachelor of Architecture

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  • Urban Design Research Paper

    Accroding to the definition of Madanipour, (1996), urban design can be defined as the interact between architecture, town planning, and other related professions; the three dimensional design of spaces which are serving people and their subsequent care and management. The design of the external spaces including the following elements: buildings arrangements with their different uses, the associated movement networks, and the spaces and the urban landscape of spaces between them. It is to be…

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  • The Math Of The Ideal Villa By David Rowe Summary

    In the excerpt “the Four Books on Architecture” Palladio develops a numerical and logical system organizing spatial relationships among the elements involved in any building. This system is a guidance for architects when designing such buildings as villas and houses. As well this system includes detailed rules to be considered when an architect arranges building rooms, when he specifies the proportions of spaces, when he makes decisions about the dimensions of halls associating the height of a…

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  • Carpentry: Skilled Trade Work

    Carpenter Carpentry is a skilled trade work which primarily includes the cutting, shaping and installation of building materials required for the construction of buildings, ships, timber bridges, concrete formwork, etc. Carpenters traditionally worked with natural wood and did rougher work such as framing, yet today we see many other materials being used and sometimes finer trades of cabinetmaking and furniture building being considered as carpentry. Most common injuries: Back - 21%…

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  • Concrete In Ancient Rome

    A volcanic earth was discovered in vast quantities around Rome called pozzolana (“The Architecture of”, 2008). This building material was used in conjunction with rock and broken brick to make concrete. Concrete was a much stronger building material than what Rome had been using before, and concrete became the answer for Rome’s engineering…

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  • Case Study Of Ocularcentrism In Architecture Education

    Multisensory approach in architecture education Case study: the basic courses of architecture in Iran's universities Abstract. The privileged position of vision in architecture design is, increasing-ly criticized, as also as the use of external representation methods, which de-grade the architecture's reality in a mere visual, or an "art of the printed im-age". However, the integration with architecture involves our entire body and all of the senses. Prior to professional field, this can be…

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  • Ken Yeang's Theory Of Eco Architecture

    According to arcology the principle idea of paolo soleri, his works are based on combination of ecology and architecture. His ideas were based on planning cities with integration of nature and built environment in which human interacts in sustainable way. His idea of arcology integrated aesthetics, value, compassion . The arcology principle mades its way to understand the growth of cities, urban sprawl which leads to expansion of city and rather reformate he reformulated from the base of the…

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  • Importance Of Materiality In Japanese Materialism

    negatively a space? • How building materials blend with nature and embrace the aesthetics of the space? (Example: Villa Mairea – Alvar Ando Finland ABSTRACT: In this essay I will refer on the use of materiality, textures and aesthetics in Japanese Architecture. Aesthetics is what concerns our appreciation of things as they affect our senses and especially as they affect them in a pleasant way. As humans we don’t…

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  • Domed Roof Case Study

    It is one of the architectural elements the most distinguished in Islamic architecture, play expressive and symbolic role at the same time. As well as its role in reducing the total heat gain of the roof, in order to reduce spending on energy put forward theories and concepts in architecture from the nature of the relationship between form and the environment from different points of view to devise the ideal shape of the building…

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  • Vernacular Architecture Case Study

    1 INTRODUCTION Vernacular architecture may be described as an architectural style that marks the architecture of a place. It originates rendering the local needs, climatic & geographic factors, socio-economic and socio-cultural background of a place there by making it unique, identified and strong in itself. India, a country showcasing great cultural and geographical diversity, each part of which is having its own cultural identity and geographic…

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  • Reflection For The Bungalow House

    The main trunk railway of North Island was completed in 1908, during that time to be able to provide housing to workers, a factory was established in Hamilton in 1922 to build relocatable houses. For this reason, this type of houses is called Railways Cottage. ("Bungalow | BRANZ Renovate", 2017) To be able to get the best result of refurbishment of this house, study towards the plan and features to construct the house must be done thoroughly to identify and rectify the mistakes that had been…

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