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RESIDENTIAL DESIGN PROJECT BY RISHABH MATHUR ,BSc.-ID,OF DEZYNE E'COLE COLLEGE, AJMER, RAJASTHAN

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Residential Design project by Rishabh Mathur,BSc. ID

  1. 1. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN PROJECT RESIDENTIAL DESIGN PROJECT By Rishabh Mathur
  2. 2. Project Report on RESIDENTIAL DESIGN PROJECT Submitted to Dezyne E'cole College, Ajmer Towards the partial fulfillment for the Award of BACHELORS OF SCIENCE IN INTERIOR DESIGNING By Rishabh Mathur DEZYNE E'COLE COLLEGE AJMER 2012 - 2013
  3. 3. Dezyne E'cole College 106/10, Civil Lines Ajmer- 305001, Rajasthan Tel:0145-2624679 Fax: +91 145 2624679 This Project Report of Ms / Mr.___________________________________of Fashion / Interior Design has Been Graded As_______________________. Thanking You Principal (Seal & Signature) CERTIFICATE
  4. 4. ACKNOWLEDGMENT I am very thankful to all these people whose guidance has been very helpful for me and enable to complete this project successfully. I am thankful to my mentor's report successfully at Dezyne Ecole College, who directed me on my project and helps me to organize it in a proper & presentable way. Sincere thanks for providing me a pathway to prove my worth's.
  5. 5. CONTENT INTRODUCTION 1 - 5 CERTIFIED BODIES IN THE DESIGN INDUSTRY 6 CASE STUDY 7 SITE LOCATION 8 DAY LIGHTING 9 VENTILATION 10 GESTALT PRINCIPLE 11 INDUSTRIAL VISIT 12 RESIDENTIAL LAYOUTS 13 - 33 RESIDENTIAL DESIGN INDIAN MELA 35 - 38 MY DESIGN 39 - 40 BRAINSTORMING 41 CHILDREN’S BEDROOM 3D VIEWS 42 LAYOUTS 43 - 46 3Ds MAX ASSIGNMENTS 47 - 50
  6. 6. 1 Interior design is a course of action which makes the life of the people better, happy and full of energy. Every person wants to see beautiful spaces, good facilities and surrounding. I have chosen this profession because I want to plan the design of living. I manage the work of turning my ideas into a reality. I need to design a space that is practical for its purpose as well as visually pleasing. I Rishabh Mathur have done Two year Bachelor in Interior Design and Two years experience of studies, I have learnt many parameters to design a house and to fulfill the client's requirements. nd While pursuing my 1st year and 2 Year of interior designing, I learned about the history of architecture, in this I got to know about the Neolithic Period , Paleolithic Period i.e. Stone Age Period, I also learned about the Indus Valley Civilization, The planned cities of Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa. The elements are, point i.e. starting point to draw any object, line – without line we cannot draw any kind of object, each line express it's feeling and every linehas its different feeling, Horizontal line, vertical line, diagonal line, perpendicular line, deep curve, soft curve. Form shape and space i.e. shape is 2D, form is 3D and space is the area which is required by the shape.The principle of design are Balance, proportion, rhythm, emphasize and unity. The modern movement (1920-1950) played an important role in design industry with the designer like Walter Gropius, le-Corbusier, Louis Kahn, frank Lloyd Wright. There contribution lead to meticulously design houses with proper planning and consideration to function. Louis Kahn's works are considered as monumental beyond modernism. He came up with the idea of design development of interior spaces focusing more on served and servant spaces. He believed that served areas should be placed near the servant areas, so that the functionality of human space increases, example, the living room having served area as kitchen and toilet. This concept of his has been popular till today. In the aspects of the building construction I learned about the brick bonds, that can be arrange in the variety of patterns. There are English bonds, Flemish bond, stretching bond, heading bond & with different pointing between them; like v-shape, struck etc. Brick is considered good for construction as it is a part of sustainable design and absorb less heat. There are special made bricks & adobe Introduction
  7. 7. 2 bricks through which houses can be made. These days' fly ash bricks and concrete blocks are used for construction, which are far better option for the environment Cavity walls are better option for making walls, having a gap of usually 25- 30 mm. This gap is usually filled with a bad conductor like thermocol so that the heat outside the building is not able to enter inside the house. I also learned about the staircase, it's defined as a series of steps suitably arranged for the purpose of connecting the floor of the buildings. It includes tread, riser, stringers, newel post, hand rails and baluster. Type of stairs are, Straight stair, dog legged stairs, open well, quarter turn newel, open newel stair with quarter space landing, Circular and spiral stairs. Doors as defined as the frame work of wood, steel, aluminum, glass. It is a secured opening left in wall. Standard height of door would be 7 feet in height and 3 feet in width. There are Battened and ledged door, framed and paneled door, fly proof door, Revolving door, Sliding door, swing door, and rolling steel shutter door. Windows for opening made in the wall for the purpose of providing daylight, vision
  8. 8. 3 and ventilation. There are fixed window, pivot window, sliding window, casement window, glazed window.bay window, bow window, French window, Louvered window, corner window and skylights. I focused my attention towards daylighting and placement of windows and doors. Proper entrance of sunlight into a room generates happiness and placement of doors and windows with ventilator creates a better air-circulation. Energy savings can be achieved either from the reduced use of artificial lighting or from passive solar heating or cooling. Artificial lighting energy use can be reduced by simply installing fewer electric lights because daylight is present. Damp proofing is also very important in today living houses, it is due to because due to bad design and faulty construction and use of poor quality of materials. Dampness not only effect the life of the building adversely, but also create unhygienic conditions for the occupantsit rising through the foundation walling. Moisture from wet ground may rise well above ground level on account of capillary action. we can cure it by using damp proofing course.
  9. 9. 4 We should also cure the wood work i.e. furniture of the house by applying anti – termite treatment on it. They have been in existence for millions of years. They are capable of survival under most adverse condition and environments. Dry wood termites do less damage they live in wood and do not maintain contact with the ground. Subterranean termites on the other hand are mainly responsible for causing damage to the buildings and its contents. We should construct the building in such a manner that the safety of the occupant is assured to the maximum possible extent in the event of outbreak of fire in the building. It will danger to life of the occupants, it can be spread to other areas and it will damage the property, So we should use the fire resisting materials like Timber which has unique property of self insulation and slow burning, First class bricks molded with good clay can stand exposure to fire for a considerable length of time, Steel although incombustible has a very low fire resistance value, Asbestos is fibrous material which is combined with Portland cement to form a material having great fire resistance value, Plaster or Mortar is incombustible and as such, by suitable choice of the type of mortar, The walls or ceiling of a building can be made more fire resistance. Glass conduct heat faster than metal, because of its low thermal conductivity, the change in volume in account of expansion or contraction is very small as such it may be a good fire resistance material.
  10. 10. 5 Stone should note used in a fire resistive construction should be strictly restricted to the minimum. Hot stone when subjected to sudden cooling develop cracks and can lead to failure of structure. Paint is not only used to color the wall more colorful but it is also used for protection. Paint is applied on Timber, Metal, Brick or other in the materials in the form of a liquid which, on drying form a thin film to provide protection or decoration or both. Paint is composed of two main components i.e. Pigment and organic binder. Pigment is the solid ingredient of the paint and is used in the form of fine powder. Organic binder is the liquid part of the paint and it is called vehicle. An oil paint is generally made up of six main constituents that is Base, inert filler, Colouring Pigment, Vehicle, Thinner and Drier. AGood paint should stick well to the surface and should be able to seal the porous substrata. It should provide easy workability. Thickness should be adequate for good protection and decoration of the surface, it should dry rapidly. Paint should be withstand for longer period of time without losing gloss, it should offer resistance to failure by checking, cracking and flaking. It should possess good moisture resistance and it should not fade with the passage of time. For visual applications I have used auto CAD, Google SketchUp and 3dsmax .My major focus is on space planning to generate more of space in a small space or a large space paying attention to the behavior of human being. You can have a detailed report of the residential design designed by me in the subsequent pages.
  11. 11. 6 Certified Bodies In The Design Industry There are few certified bodies which deals with Interior designing.They are as follows: ASID (AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERIOR DESIGNING) IIID (INDIAN INSTITUTE OF INTERIOR DESIGNING) IDC (INDIADESIGN COUNCIL) ASID is the oldest and largest professional association for interior designer. Through education, knowledge, sharing community building and outreach, the society strives to advance the Interior Design profession and, it the process to demonstrate and celebrate the power to design to positively change people's lives. Its more than 40,000 members to engaged in a variety of professional programs and activities through a network of 40 chapters through out the US and Canada. The Institute of Indian Interior Designers (IIID) is the only apex body for the field of Interior design in India. It is a professional body of over 5000 of the leading interior designers, architects, consultant and specifies from the Interior Design and related fields, all over India. IIID has 19 chapters/centers in the country and is a member of International Federation of International Federation of Interior Architects and Designers (IFI) and Asia Pacific Space Designers Association (APSDA). The India Design Council is the National strategic Body for multi- disciplinary Design in India. Based on the National Design a strategic tool for Indian Business and contribute to the National economy and the ultimately place India among the top design destinations in the world. IIIDInternational Institute for Information Design India Design Council
  12. 12. 7 Case Study Plan a residential layout for Mr. X who is on a higher post of the government. There are 4 members in the family, his wife and two children. The family loves socializing and meeting people. They want a bungalow or a house which is more open with beautiful landscape is around the house. The family's main preference is a terrace garden which should be a cozy sitout in the house. The family is having good life style and is in the upper class living. The space given for the site is 500 yards = 4500 sq. feet.
  13. 13. 8 Site Location Google Map Site Land Mark - Savitri Collage, RTDC, Ajmer Hospital, Bus Stand, Dezyne Ecole College Distance From Railway Station – 2.3 km Distance From Bus Stand – 0.6 Km Site Location - Civil Lines Location of Rajasthan - Northern latitude 23 23` & 3011` Eastern latitude 6929` & 7817 Location of Plot - Latitude 2628` 21.05` North Longitude 74 38` 27.09 East Location of Ajmer - 2627` N & 7438` E Orientation - South West - North East
  14. 14. 9 Day Lighting is used for entering natural light into the room. It helps to keep the room fresh, kills all the germs and make the person more active. in my design I have provided 2 window of size 4' in breadth and 5'6” in height with 1'8” of fanlight, and one fixed window in South direction of size 2' in breadth and 6'6” in height. It provide enough amount of sunlight in the entering into the room. Day Lighting
  15. 15. 10 Ventilation Ventilation is one of the most important part in the building structure and essential for living. It circulate the air in the room and make the house more refreshing Ventilation is used to control temperature, replenish oxygen, or remove moisture, odors, smoke, heat, dust, airborne bacteria, and carbon dioxide. Ventilation is used to remove unpleasant smells and excessive moisture, introduce outside air, to keep interior building air circulating, and to prevent stagnation of the interior air. It happens due to “ Stack Effect “ when the cool air enter and present hot air move upward and moved out from the ventilators. The red arrows in the above picture shows the movement of air in the house.
  16. 16. 11 Gestalt Principle Gestalt effects is in the form of generating capability of out sense. It helps in visual recognition of figure and whole form instead of just a collection of simple lines and curve. The law of similarity states that elements within an assortment of objects are perceptually grouped together if they are similar to each other. This similarity can occur in the form of shape, colour, shading or other qualities.. Law of Similarity has been followed in my plan. On both the sides, Design of the Bed, side table and study table is same.
  17. 17. 12 Industrial Visit Industrial visit from Dezyne Ecole College, Last year in 2012 we went to Jaipur visit to ‘Mangalam Builders' and saw how all construction has been done while complex construction. I learn about the false ceiling, Fly Ash Bricks etc and the next visit is to Jaipur Central Mall in that I learn about the pillars, cavity walls, Bricks and ash fly bricks, ventilation, Air condition system, line and dead load learn about green Building and that was the first gold certify building and the most interesting thing that is saw and learn post – tensioning method in that the wires are apply inside the beams and it helps in to decrease the weight of the building and because of this it can increase the height of the building. And in 2013 we went to Jaipur again for attending the “ The Indian Stone Mart 2013” it was 7th international stone industry exhibition, their I learnt and got to see different types of stones form different part of world. And recently we visit the “Forhex Fair” their I saw the different types of furniture, lights and other artifacts to design and decorate the home better for living.
  18. 18. Residential Layouts Residential Layouts
  19. 19. Deck Area Lvl-12" Lvl-6" Lvl+16" Deck Area Secondary living Room 16'5" x 11'10" Powder Room 7'5" x 5'0" Stairs Up Primary living Room 13'9" X 12' Library Area 13'9" X 6'6" Entrance Vestibule Area 12'4" X 7'10" Kitchen 15'9" X 12'10" Dining Area 18'4" X 11'10" Outside Sitting Area 12'10" X 9'11" General Notes Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By Residential Design Project Ground Floor Beam and Pillar Layout Legend Rishabh Mathur Total Area - 4500 Sq.Ft Coverd Area - 2116 Sq.Ft Uncovered Area - 2384 Sq.Ft 3.10.2013 Pillar are placed in Grid pattern. Size of Pillar - 1'6" x 1'6" Beam Pillar
  20. 20. Deck Area Lvl-12" Lvl-6" Lvl+16" Deck Area Secondary living Room 16'5" x 11'10" Powder Room 7'5" x 5'0" Stairs Up Primary living Room 13'9" X 12' Library Area 13'9" X 6'6" Entrance Vestibule Area 12'4" X 7'10" Kitchen 15'9" X 12'10" Dining Area 18'4" X 11'10" Outside Sitting Area 12'10" X 9'11" General Notes Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By Residential Design Project Rishabh Mathur Legend Total Area - 4500 Sq.Ft Coverd Area - 2116 Sq.Ft Uncovered Area - 2384 Sq.Ft 3.10.2013Ground Floor Walls Layout Main Wall 1' Cavity 2" Cavity Wall
  21. 21. Deck Area Lvl-12" Lvl-6" Lvl+16" Deck Area Secondary living Room 11'-4" Powder Room 7'5" x 5'0" Stairs Up Primary living Room Library Area 1'-6"11'-4" 6'-4"1'-6" 1'-6"1'-6"2'1'-6" 6" 5'-4" 6" 1'-6" 1'-6" 13'-9" 1'-6" 1' 4' 3'-9" 4' 1' 1'-6" 5'-4" 8'-5" 1'-6" Entrance 4'-6" 5'-3" 4'-6" 3' 5'-4" 1'-6" 1'-6"11'-4"1'-6" 1'-6" 11" 4' 11" 6" 2' 4' 3'-9" 4' 2' 3'7'-10"3'6" 11'-10" 1'-1" 3'7'-10"3' 3' 3' 1'-1" 1'-6"2'-10 1 2"8'2'-10 1 2" W1 W2 W2 W2 W3 W3 W4 D1 D2 D3 D4 W2 D5 W1 W5 S.no Size Legend General Notes Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By Residential Design Project Code Door Schedule 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. D1 Material Type D2 D3 D4 D5 4'x7' Wood and Glass Double Door 8'x7' 5'4"x7' 3'x7' 8'x7' Wood and Glass Bifold Door Glass Sliding Door Wood Single Door Wood and Glass Bifold Door Window Schedule 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. W2 W3 W4 W5 W1 3'x7' Wood and Glass Fixed 4'x4' Wood and Glass 3'x3' Wood and Glass Fixed Casement Window 2'x1'6" 7'x7' Wood and Glass Wood and Glass Sliding Window Door Height 7' Total Area - 4500 Sq.Ft Coverd Area - 2116 Sq.Ft Uncovered Area - 2384 Sq.Ft Ground Floor Door and Window Layout 3.10.2013 Rishabh Mathur Fixed
  22. 22. Deck Area Lvl-12" Lvl-6" Lvl+16" Secondary living Room 11'-4" Powder Room 7'5" x 5'0" Stairs Up Primary living Room Library Area 1'-6"11'-4" 6'-4"1'-6" 1'-6"1'-6"2'1'-6" 6"6" 1'-6" 1'-6" 13'-9" 1'-6" 1' 4' 3'-9" 4' 1' 1'-6" 5'-4" 8'-5" 1'-6" Entrance 4'-6" 5'-3" 4'-6" 1'-6" 10'-10"3' 3' 5'-4" 1'-6" 1'-6"11'-4"1'-6" 2'-7" 1'-6" 11" 4' 11" 6" 2' 4' 3'-9" 4' 2' 3'7'-10"3'6" 11'-10" 1'-1" 3'7'-10"3' 3' 3' 1'-1" 1'-6"2'-10 1 2"8'2'-10 1 2" D4 S1 S2 S3 T3 C1 T4 C2 T1 T2 C1 C1 C1 S.no Size Legend General Notes Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By Residential Design Project Code Furniture Schedule 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. S1 Material Type S2 S3 7'x4' Custom Made Standard Size Furniture Total Area - 4500 Sq.Ft Coverd Area - 2116 Sq.Ft Uncovered Area - 2384 Sq.Ft Ground Floor Furniture Layout 3.10.2013 Rishabh Mathur C1 T16. Wood Wood Wood Wood T2 T3 7. 8. 7'x4' 10'x6' C2 2'6"x2'6" 1'6"x1'6" 9. T4 3'x1'6" 3' 4'x3' 3' Wood Glass Glass Wicker and Glass Sofa Chair Table Table Table Table Chair Sofa Sofa Wicker
  23. 23. Deck Area Lvl-12" Lvl-6" Lvl+16" Secondary living Room 11'-4" Powder Room 7'5" x 5'0" Stairs Up Primary living Room Library Area 1'-6"11'-4" 6'-4"1'-6" 1'-6"1'-6"2'1'-6" 6"6" 1'-6" 1'-6" 13'-9" 1'-6" 1' 4' 3'-9" 4' 1' 1'-6" 5'-4" 8'-5" 1'-6" Entrance 4'-6" 5'-3" 4'-6" 1'-6" 10'-10"3' 3' 5'-4" 1'-6" 1'-6"11'-4"1'-6" 2'-7" 1'-6" 11" 4' 11" 6" 2' 4' 3'-9" 4' 2' 3'7'-10"3'6" 11'-10" 1'-1" 3'7'-10"3' 3' 3' 1'-1" 1'-6" 2'-10 1 2" 8' 2'-10 1 2" D4 S1 S2 S3 T3 C1 T4 C2 T1 T2 C1 C1 C1 General Notes Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By Tile Size - 2'x2' Wooden Plank - 1'x6' Residential Design Project 3.10.2013 Rishabh Mathur Total Area - 4500 Sq.Ft Coverd Area - 2116 Sq.Ft Uncovered Area - 2384 Sq.Ft Ground Floor Flooring Layout
  24. 24. Entrance General Notes Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By Render Layout Residential Design Project Ground Floor Render Layout Rishabh Mathur Total Area - 4500 Sq.Ft Coverd Area - 2116 Sq.Ft Uncovered Area - 2384 Sq.Ft 3.10.2013
  25. 25. Master Bedroom 20'3" x 11'10" Children's Bedroom 11'10" x 14'7" Bathroom 15'3" x 11'8" Bathroom 15'3" x 9'10" Deck Area General Notes Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By Residential Design Project Rishabh Mathur Legend Pillar Beams 1st Floor Beam and Pillar Layout Total Area - 4500 Sq.Ft Coverd Area - 2116 Sq.Ft Uncovered Area - 2384 Sq.Ft 3.10.2013 Pillar are placed in Grid pattern. Size of Pillar - 1'6" x 1'6"
  26. 26. Master Bedroom 20'3" x 11'10" Children's Bedroom 11'10" x 14'7" Bathroom 15'3" x 11'8" Bathroom 15'3" x 9'10" Deck Area General Notes Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By Residential Design Project Legend Partation Wall Cavity Wall 1st Floor Walls Layout Rishabh Mathur Total Area - 4500 Sq.Ft Coverd Area - 2116 Sq.Ft Uncovered Area - 2384 Sq.Ft 3.10.2013Wall - 1' Cavity - 2"
  27. 27. Deck Area D1 D2 D6 D5 D4 W1 W2 D3 Master Bedroom 20'3" x 11'10" Children's Bedroom 11'10" x 14'7" Bathroom 15'3" x 11'8" Bathroom 15'3" x 9'10" W4 W3 W5 W6 W7 S.no TypeSize Material Legend General Notes Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By All Doors Height is 7' Residential Design Project 1st Floor Door and Window Layout Code Door Schedule 1. D1 4' x 7' Wood and Glass Single 2. 3. 4. 5. D2 D3 D4 D5 3' x 7' 8' x 7' 4' x 7' 3' x 7' Wood Single Wood and Glass Byfold Door Wood Single Wood Single 6. D6 3' x 7' Wood Single Window Schedule 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6 W7 4' x 5'6"' Casement S.no TypeSize MaterialCode 4' x 5'6"' Casement Corner Corner Wood and Glass Wood and Glass Wood and Glass Wood and Glass Wood and Glass Wood and Glass Wood and Glass Fixed Fixed Fixed 4' x 5'8" 4' x 5'8"' 3' x 6' 2' x 6' 3' x 6' Rishabh Mathur Total Area - 4500 Sq.Ft Coverd Area - 2116 Sq.Ft Uncovered Area - 2384 Sq.Ft 3.10.2013
  28. 28. Deck Area Master Bedroom 20'3" x 11'10" Children's Bedroom 11'10" x 14'7" Bathroom 15'3" x 11'8" Bathroom 15'3" x 9'10" 1'-6" 3" 3' 3" 4' 3' 10" 1'-6" 11'-4" 1'-6" 13'-9" 1'-6" 13'-9" 1'-6" 1' 4' 3'-9" 4' 1' 1'-6" 13'-9" 1'-6" 1'-6" 11'-4" 1'-6" 11'-4" 2'-1" 2'-11" 3' 7'-10" 3' 2'-11"2'-1"1'-6"6'-2"6'1'-7"13'-9" 1'-6" 1'-8" 8' 1'-8" 11'-4" Deck Area B1 S1 St1 St2 S2 B2 B3 S3 S4 C1 C2 General Notes Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By Residential Design Project Legend Rishabh Mathur Furniture Schedule S.no Code SizeProduct Material 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. B1 B2 B3 S1 S2 S3 S4 St1 St2 6. 7. 8. 9. Bed Bed Bed Wood Wood Wood Side Table Side Table Side Table Study Table Study Table 7'x4'x1'6" 7'x4'x1'6" 6'x6'x1'6" 1'6"x1'6"x1'6" 1'6"x1'6"x1'6" 1'6"x1'6"x1'6" 3'x1'6"x2'6" 3'x1'6"x2'6" Side Table 1'6"x1'6"x1'6" C110. Chair 1'6"x1'6"x2'6" C211. Chair 1'6"x1'6"x2'6" Wood Wood Wood Wood Wood Wood Plastic Plastic 1st Floor Furniture Layout Total Area - 4500 Sq.Ft Coverd Area - 2116 Sq.Ft Uncovered Area - 2384 Sq.Ft 3.10.2013 Material Used - Wood Custom Made Furniture Used
  29. 29. D3 1'-6" 3" 3' 3" 4' 3' 10" 1'-6" 11'-4" 1'-6" 1'-6" 13'-9" 1'-8" 8' 1'-8" 1'-6" 1'-6" 13'-9" 1'-6" 1'-7" 6' 6'-2" 1'-6" 2'-1" 2'-11" 3' 3' 7'-10" 2'-11"2'-1" 2'-4" 6'-8" 2'-4" 1'-6" 11'-4" 1'-6" 1'-6" 13'-9" 1'-6" 1' 4' 3'-9" 4' 1' 1'-6" 13'-9" 1'-6" Deck Area General Notes Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By Residential Design Project 1st Floor Flooring Layout Rishabh Mathur Total Area - 4500 Sq.Ft Coverd Area - 2116 Sq.Ft Uncovered Area - 2384 Sq.Ft 3.10.2013Tile Size - 2'x2'
  30. 30. General Notes Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By Residential Design Project 1st Floor Render Layout Rishabh Mathur Total Area - 4500 Sq.Ft Coverd Area - 2116 Sq.Ft Uncovered Area - 2384 Sq.Ft 3.10.2013Render Layout
  31. 31. 1'-5" 11" 3' Plot Information Drawing Specification Project Report Drawing Title Design By Plot Area- 4500 sq.ft Plot Size- 72'6" X 62' Covered Area- Uncovered Area- Residential Designing (Working Drawing) Boundary Wall Design (Detail Drawing) The Rendered View of the Boundary Wall shown here is just an illusion created showing how the hedges will cover the boundary wall. Rishabh Mathur B.Sc ID 106/10,Civil Lines,Ajmer Web :- www.dezyneecole.com E-Mail :- dezyneecole@gmail.com Dezyne E'cole College Hedges Nosing Thick Beige Sandstone Hedges Nosing Thick Hedges Beige Sandstone Nosing Thick Wire Mesh Front Elevation Back Elevation Left Elevation Right Elevation Nosing Thick Plan Front Rendered View 3D Rendered Isometric View 3D View 3D View
  32. 32. 1'-6" 11'-5" 1'-6" 1'-6" 2" 1'-1" A' B' B' Plot Information Drawing Specification Project Report Drawing Title Design By Plot Area- 4500 sq.ft Plot Size- 72'6" X 62' Covered Area- Uncovered Area- Residential Designing (Working Drawing) Boundary Wall Design (Detail Drawing) Keeping in mind the concept of Green Building,the design of Boundary Wall is taken with Green Hedges to control the Micro Climate of the land,as Stone and Concrete absorbs heat and the hedges taken,cannot be eaten by the animals Rishabh Mathur B.Sc ID 106/10,Civil Lines,Ajmer Web :- www.dezyneecole.com E-Mail :- dezyneecole@gmail.com Dezyne E'cole College 1 4" Thick Stone Hedges 1 2" Thick Stone 1" Thick Concrete 2" Thick Concrete 4" Thick Plaster Ground Fill Mud 1" Thick Plaster 1 2" Thick Stone 1 4" Nosing Out Hedges Hedges 1 2" Thick Stone 1" Thick Concrete 1 2"Thick Plaster Ground Level Mud Ground Fill Mud 1 2" Thick Concrete 1 2" Thick Sand Stone 1 4" Nosing Out Square Pointing Stone Section B 1 2"Thick Plaster Mud Plan Section AA' 3D Section AA Render Isometric View Section A 3D Views 3D Views 3D Section BB' Section BB' Plan Section B SectionC
  33. 33. A A' B B' C C' 8'-8" 4'-8" 8' 4' 3" SIT OUT Plot Information Drawing Specification Project Report Drawing Title Design By Plot Area- 4500 sq.ft Plot Size- 72'6" X 62' Covered Area- Uncovered Area- Residential Designing (Working Drawing) Boundary Wall Design (Detail Drawing) Size of the Bench 4'x8' Location of Bench-At the SW direction of the plot. Rishabh Mathur B.Sc ID 106/10,Civil Lines,Ajmer Web :- www.dezyneecole.com E-Mail :- dezyneecole@gmail.com Dezyne E'cole College 1 2" thick stone Pointing Pebbles 1 2" thick stone Pointing Pebbles Left and Right Elevation Front and Back Elevation Plan Of The House Plan 3D Views Render View in Nightime Render View In Daytime
  34. 34. A A' B B' C C' 8'-8" 4'-8" 8' 4' 3" SIT OUT Plot Information Drawing Specification Project Report Drawing Title Design By Plot Area- 4500 sq.ft Plot Size- 72'6" X 62' Covered Area- Uncovered Area- Residential Designing (Working Drawing) Boundary Wall Design (Detail Drawing) The Bench is located in South West direction of the plot.It is made for the purpose of Sitting as well as for the good landscaping view. It has a phycus plant grown in it on which topiary will be done.The plant will be given square shape. Rishabh Mathur B.Sc ID 106/10,Civil Lines,Ajmer Web :- www.dezyneecole.com E-Mail :- dezyneecole@gmail.com Dezyne E'cole College 1 2"Thick Stone 1 2"Thick Concrete Section A Stone 1 2"Thick Stone Pebble 1 2"thick Plaster Mud Ground Level 1'' Thick Stone 1 2"Thick Concrete Stone Pebble Mud Ground Level 1'' Thick Stone 1 2"Thick Concrete Stone Pebble Ground Level 2'' Thick Concrete 1 2"Thick Concrete Stone Pebble 1 2"thick Plaster 1 2"Thick Stone Section B 1 2"Thick Concrete Stone 1 2"Thick Stone Pebble Mud 1 2"Thick Concrete Stone 1 2"Thick Stone Pebble 1 2"Thick Stone Moulding Pointing Plan of the House Section AA' Plan Section A Section B 3D View Render View During Day Time Section BB' Section CC' 3D Section AA' 3D Section BB' 3D Section CC'
  35. 35. 1' Plot Information Drawing Specification Project Report Drawing Title Design By Plot Area- 4500 sq.ft Plot Size- 72'6" X 62' Covered Area- Uncovered Area- Residential Designing (Working Drawing) Boundary Wall Design (Detail Drawing) Dimension of Staircase- L X W X H 8' X 3'11"X 1' This staircase is located at the entrance of the house.The design has been utilized with wood and pebbles. It has been grooved and a box structure is made, the details for the same is seen in the design discussed here. Rishabh Mathur 106/10,Civil Lines,Ajmer Web :- www.dezyneecole.com E-Mail :- dezyneecole@gmail.com Dezyne E'cole College Section C Section AA' 1/2'' Thick Wood 1/2'' Thick Sand Stone 31/2'' Thick Concrete 2'' Thick Concrete 1/2'' Thick Sand Stone 1/2'' Thick Wood 1/2'' Thick Sand Stone 31/2'' Thick Concrete 2'' Thick Concrete 1/2'' Thick Sand Stone 1/2'' Thick Wood 1/2'' Thick Wood 2'' Thick Concrete 2'' Thick Concrete 1/2'' Thick Sand Stone 1/2'' Thick Sand Stone 31/2'' Thick Concrete 31/2'' Thick Concrete 3'' Marble Chips Layer Pebbles Section BB' 3D Views 3D Section BB' 3D Section AA' Detail at Section C Plan Rendered Views
  36. 36. Plot Information Drawing Specification Project Report Drawing Title Design By Plot Area- 4500 sq.ft Plot Size- 72'6" X 62' Covered Area- Uncovered Area- Residential Designing (Working Drawing) Pathway Design (Detail Drawing) Rishabh Mathur B.Sc ID 106/10,Civil Lines,Ajmer Web :- www.dezyneecole.com E-Mail :- dezyneecole@gmail.com Dezyne E'cole College This Pathway is located in South West Direction of the land. This Pathway has Beige colour stone and Beige colour marble chips,surrounded by grasses in one end and cobble stone and hedges on the other end. 2" Thick Concrete Stone Marble Chips1 2" Thick Plaster 2" Thick Concrete Stone Marble Chips1 2" Thick Plaster 2" Thick Concrete 1 2" Thick Plaster Stone Marble Chips 2" Thick Concrete 1 2" Thick Plaster Stone Marble Chips Section AA' Section BB' 3D Section AA' 3D Section BB' 3D Section BB' B A' B' 10"1'2" 5' 10" A Plan of The House Plan
  37. 37. SECONDARY SITTING AREASIT OUT Plot Information Drawing Specification Project Report Drawing Title Design By Plot Area- 4500 sq.ft Plot Size- 72'6" X 62' Covered Area- Uncovered Area- Residential Designing (Working Drawing) Pebble Court Design (Detail Drawing) This Pebble Court is located in North West Direction of the land. It has Phycus plants grown in it on which topiary will be done.The plants will be square in shape and the whole area will be filled with white pebbles,the pebbles will also cover the pot area only the plants will be seen. Rishabh Mathur B.Sc ID 106/10,Civil Lines,Ajmer Web :- www.dezyneecole.com E-Mail :- dezyneecole@gmail.com Dezyne E'cole College Plan of the House Rendered Isometric View Plan 3D Views Section AA' Section BB' 3D Section AA' 3D Section BB' 6" Thick Brick Wall 1 2"Thick Plaster Murals Pebbles Pot Ground Fill 1 2"Thick Plaster 2" Thick Concrete 6" Thick Brick Wall 1 2"Thick Plaster Pebbles Pot Ground Fill 2" Thick Concrete 1 2"Thick Plaster 6" Thick Brick Wall 1 2"Thick Plaster 2" Thick Concrete Pebbles Pot Mud Ground Fill 2" Thick Concrete 1 2"Thick Plaster Pebbles Pot Mud
  38. 38. A' A 2'-2"4" Plot Information Drawing Specification Project Report Drawing Title Design By Plot Area- 4500 sq.ft Plot Size- 72'6" X 62' Covered Area- Uncovered Area- Residential Designing (Working Drawing) Boundary Wall Design (Detail Drawing) On the top of the boundary wall, I have fixed iron angles inbuilt into the masonry 4" depth.the height of the angle is 2'2" above the boundary the boundary wall.The iron angle jut out from the boundary wall straight up on which holes have been created so that wooden strips of (w x t) 2" x 1" thick can be screwed up on these iron angles.These iron angles are spaced at a distance of 4'. Rishabh Mathur B.Sc ID 106/10,Civil Lines,Ajmer Web :- www.dezyneecole.com E-Mail :- dezyneecole@gmail.com Dezyne E'cole College Plan of the House Front Elevation Section AA' 3D Section AA' Plan 3D Section A Section A Back Elevation 3D View 1" Thick Wooden Strip Iron Bar Iron Nail 2mm thick Iron Bar 2mm Thick Iron Plate 6" Thick Brick Wall 1" Thick Wooden Strip Iron Nail 6" Thick Brick Wall 2mm Thick Iron angle Nail Wooden Strip Longitudinal bevelled halved joint Longitudinal bevelled halved joint Wooden Strip Nail Iron Bar
  39. 39. Residential Design and Layouts Residential Design and Layouts
  40. 40. 35 Indian Mela Mela once upon a time used to be a community affair-most awaited by the whole village folks. Where youth mingled, women shopped, children enjoy, mela set the ground for modern day mall culture. For the women folk, mela would be the only time when they were allowed to setup out of their houses for shopping and the colorful bangle were always a must buy. Mela is a perfect place for all kinds of shopping.
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  44. 44. 39 My Design I am supposed to design a space that is vibrant active and full of energy and at the same time maintenance friendly because it's a room for children of age group 12-14. To design this space I have to keep in mind the colors of Indian mela from where I have resorted to by mixing sunflower yellor, poster red, energising orange. It is hugely attractive, positive and full of zing. It is a colour of warmth and cheerfulness and also it is a light reflective color. I have tried to use this color along with the color of dark brown which is a neutral tone and with another colour black as of metal iron. It was a great challenge for me to devise various textures for the children's study room to be used on the wall so as to bring out the energy factor. The choices of textures obtained by me were bricks, wood, metal like iron and other fluffy textures to bring out the bubblyness of the child.
  45. 45. 40 To design my children room the next step in my design development is the formulation of the type of concept chosen by me. Concept generation can be empirical concept where we select the concept that we observe through our naked senses such as the color material type, texture etc. In the abstract concept we develop a design through our feelings and mood. In my project I have selected the empirical concept where I have resorted to the usage of my five senses eyes, ears, skin, nose and toung and the concept of carnival The various textures, finishes and the feel of the various surfaces, the usage of fabrics used in my design are all dependent on the development of the textures which I have researched and derived the concept picture of carnival
  46. 46. 41 Space Planning means to design the furniture in such a manner that our requirements has also been fulfill and we also get the space to move around easily. These plans of Children's Bedroom which you see below are the steps to get my best plan. Brainstorming of Children's Bedroom
  47. 47. 42 Children's Bedroom 3D Views
  48. 48. 1'-6" 1' 4' 3'-9" 4' 1' 1'-6" 11'-4" 1'-6" 1'-6" 4' 9'-9" 8" 2' 8'-8" 3' 8'-4" B1 B2 S2 St2 C2 S1 St1 C1 W3 D1 D2 W2W1 S.no Product Size Material 1. Children's Bedroom Specification Legend General Notes Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By Residential Design Project Children's Bedroom Layout 3.10.2013 Code 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. B1 B2 S1 S2 St1 St2 Bed Bed Wood Wood Side Table Side Table Study Table Study Table 1'6"x1'6"x1'6" 1'6"x1'6"x1'6" 3'x1'6"x2'6" 3'x1'6"x2'6" C1 Chair 1'6"x1'6"x2'6" C2 Chair 1'6"x1'6"x2'6" Wood Wood Wood Wood Plastic Plastic 7'x4'x1'6" 7'x4'x1'6" W1 W2 W3 D1 D2 10. 11. 12. 13. Window Window Window Main Door Bathroom Door 4'x5'6" 4'x5'6" 2'x6'6" 4'x7' 3'x7' Wood Wood Wood Wood Wood Size of the Room 14'4" x 15'3" Rishabh Mathur Children's Bedroom Furniture,Window and Door with Dimentation Cavity wall - 2"
  49. 49. 1'-6" 1'-6" 4'-9" 9" 1'-9" 4' 1' 1'-6" 4' 3'-9" 13'-9" 10" 8" 1'-3" 5'-6" 3'-8" 2" 1'-4" 2" 3' 9" 9" 11'-6" Bed Bed Base Window Study Table 2' 2'-11" 1'-5" 6" 3' 6" 1'-6" 2'-11" 4'-5" 4' 11'-4" 8"1'-6" 14'-4" 10" 8" 1'-7" 2'-9" 6'-6" 6" 11'-6" 1'-2" 3' 9" 9" Window Shelfs Study Table Photo Frame Bed Side Table 1'-6" 2'-10" 1'-6" 1'-6" 1'-6"4'-9"9" 5'-6" 11'-4" 14'-4" 10" 8" 1'-3" 7' 3' 9" 9" 10' 11'-6" 11'-6" Bed Bathroom Door Study Table 1'-6" 6" 3' 6" 1'-6" 2'-11" 1'-4" 4' 1'-6" 4' 4'-5" 13'-9" 16'-9" 10" 8" 1'-3" 7' 3' 9" 9" 10' 11'-6" Bed Side Table Study Table Shelf Photo Frame Main Door Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By Residential Design Project General Notes Elevation A Elevation B Elevation C Elevation D Children's Bedroom Elevation 3.10.2013 Rishabh MathurSize of the Room 14'4" x 15'3" All Four Sides Room Elevation with Dimentation
  50. 50. Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By Residential Design Project Legend Children's Bedroom Render Layout General Notes 3.10.2013Size of the Room 14'4" x 15'3" Rishabh Mathur Children's Bedroom Furniture,Window,Door and Cavity wall Render layout Cavity Wall Window Glass Pillar
  51. 51. Project Specification Project Drawing Title Date Design By Residential Design Project General Notes Elevation A Elevation B Elevation C Elevation D Children's Bedroom Render Elevation 3.10.2013 Rishabh MathurSize of the Room 14'4" x 15'3" All Four Sides Room Render Elevation
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