ARCHI. CULTURE AND HISTORY – SUNWAY PYRAMID

INTRODUCTION

This assignment focuses on investigating historical works to not just enrich student proficiency in architectural language, design and ideas but most importantly to develop and hone students’ historical and architectural criticism skills. Through the study of an existing building (from a list issued by the lecturers), students will be able to communicate and expand their own architectural vocabulary and develop design concepts. In a group of 7-8, students are required to conduct precedent study analysis on specific buildings via site visits and through on-line forum discussion, sketch analysis journal, verbal and digital presentations. The precedent study analysis project should help clarify questions of “why” the case study is historically, culturally and architecturally inspired and “how” the design concepts derived from the past have influenced and/or been reflected in the case study, and by extension how these can be developed and expanded to be creatively and innovatively integrated into a prospective design project.

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INTERIOR ARCHI. DESIGN PROJECT 1

For this project, we have to choose an animal from Zoo Negara and produce a sketchnote and poster about that animal. So, I’ve decided to choose the Greater Flamingo, the only pink large bird that exists. Firstly, I chose flamingo is because of the colour, I like pink very much. Then after doing so much research and watching videos about it, I felt that this animal is very graceful and strong. It might be a good choice or the other way round.

ASSIGNMENT 1.1 SKETCHNOTE

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A3 size sketchnote 

DRAWING TEST – D.COMM

DESIGN PROJECT INTEGRATION

Introduction : Presentation drawings are used to illustrate design concepts to a client. When completing a set of presentation drawings the main focus is to ensure the drawings highlight the key areas of the design and that the client can understand the drawings presented. Any construction detail is eliminated to avoid confusion.

Objective: Develop an understanding of the basic composition in producing presentation drawing.

ASSIGNMENT 6 – D.COMM

PLAN AND SECTION

Orthographic projection refers to a system of interrelated two-dimensional views of a building. The information in the drawings needs to be both accurate and interconnected to tell the story of the building and communicate the proposed scheme clearly using a system that is universally recognized and understood. These drawings are two-dimensional images that need to be read and interpreted as a three-dimensional building or space.