Ba Interior Design
UNIVERSAL INSTITUTE FOR PRIVATE TRAINING, KUWAIT
BA INTERIOR DESIGN
Under Choice Based Credits System
(With effect from the academic year 2020-2021)
Proposed CBCS Regulations for 3-Year Semester Course Leading to
Ba Interior Design
- These regulations are applicable to students taking admission to I semester BA (INTERIOR DESIGN) from the academic year 2020-21
- The duration of the course shall be 3 years consisting of 06 semesters.
- Each semester shall extend over a minimum period of SIXTEEN weeks teaching duration.
- NAME OF THE COURSE AND DURATION OF THE COURSE.
Bachelor of Interior Design (BA Interior Design)
The duration of the Bachelor of Interior Design (BA Interior Design) course shall be of 03 years of 6 semesters. A candidate shall complete his/her degree within 06 academic years from the date of admission to the course
- ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION
Students who have passed Pre-University Examination (10+2) or equivalent examination in any discipline are eligible for admission.
3.0 SCHEME OF INSTRUCTIONS:
In the first four semesters, there shall be 19 subjects from Discipline Specific Courses and 10 subjects from Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses. In the last two semesters, there shall be 6 subjects each Discipline Specific Elective. For each subject, there shall be lecture classes, tutorials/practicals. The credits for each subject vary between 3 and 5 per subject per week as prescribed in the curriculum.
Credits Matrix :
|Discipline-Specific Course||19 Papers||84|
|06 Papers X 5 Credits||30
|Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses
|10 Papers X 3 Credits||30|
|TOTAL (36 Papers)
4.0 SCHEME OF EXAMINATION AND EVALUATION:
There shall be university examination at the end of each semester for maximum marks of 70 for Theory examination and the Internal Assessment will be for 30 marks.
All papers of this course except papers that are common to all other graduate courses of the University of Mysore, shall be set/valued/reviewed by BOE for a maximum of 70 marks. The pattern of question paper will be as follows:
Part- A: Answer any two out of four questions. 2*15=30
Part- B : Answer any two out of four questions. 2*10=20
Part- C : Answer any four out of six questions. 4*05=20
Evaluation of each subject is divided into internal assessment (IA) and end term examination with marks allocated as shown in the table. Internal assessment will be carried out in two stages: One, after the eight weeks of instructions designated as C1, the second, after sixteen weeks of instruction designated as C2 The end of term examination designated as C3 will be held between eighteenth and twentieth week of the semester. IA marks will be awarded on the basis of continuous assessment that include announced and surprise tests, term papers / seminars / quizzes / case discussions, viva, and practical’s.
The breakup of marks will be as follows:
- C1 (Covering the first half of the syllabus) – 15 Marks
- C2 (Covering the second half of the syllabus) – 15 Marks
- C3 (Covering entire syllabus) – 70 Marks
Total –100 Marks
Term-end examination (C3) will be of 3 hours duration for each subject.
Scheme of Assessment
Courses in the programme are of three types: Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses, Discipline Specific Elective and Discipline Specific Course
- Each semester shall be taken as a unit for the purpose of calculating attendance and a student shall be considered to have put in the required attendance for that semester if the candidate has attended not less than 75% of the number of working days (lectures during each semester)
- A candidate who does not satisfy the requirement of attendance shall not be eligible to take the examination of the concerned semester.
- A candidate who fails to satisfy the requirement of attendance in a semester shall re-join the same semester by obtaining prior permission from the University.
6.0 MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION:
The medium of instruction shall be English.
7.0 APPEARANCE FOR THE EXAMINATION:
A candidate shall apply for all the papers of a semester when he appears for examination of each semester for the first time.
8.0 BOARD OF EXAMINERS, VALUATION:
- There shall be a Board of Examiners for scrutinizing and approving the question papers and scheme of valuation constituted by the University.
- There will be single valuation for all the papers.
9.0 DECLARATION OF RESULT:
- Minimum for a pass in each paper shall be 35%, and for all the papers in the semester average shall be 40%. However, a candidate has to score minimum of 35% of theory component of semester end examination i.e. 25(rounded off) marks out of 70 marks.
- There shall be no minimum marks for C1 and C2.
- Classification of successful candidates and Gradation of results shall be as per the University regulations as shown below;
|Letter grade||Grade point|
|A (Very Good)||8|
|B (Above Average)||6|
10.0 PROVISION FOR REPEATERS:
- A candidate is allowed to carry all the previous un-cleared paper/s to the subsequent semester/s.
- The candidate shall take the examination as per the syllabus and scheme of examination in force during the subsequent appearances.
- PROVISION FOR RE-ADMISSION:
- Such of those candidates who have discontinued the course/failed to take admission to the next semester, shall get admitted to the concerned semester in the immediate next academic year only. This provision is available to a student only two times in the entire duration of the course.
- Any other issue not envisaged above shall be resolved by the Vice Chancellor in consultation with the appropriate bodies of the University which shall be final and binding.
- Wherever the regulation is silent, the provisions of University regulations shall be
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
|SEMESTER I||SUBJECTS||MAX MARKS||TOTAL MARKS|
|3||Theory of interior design||20||80||100|
|4||Material and Construction-1||20||80||100|
|5||Computer aided design software-AutoCAD||20||80||100|
|SEMESTER II||SUBJECTS||MAX MARKS||TOTAL MARKS|
|3||History of interior design||20||80||100|
|4||Computer aided design software-sketch up and photoshop||20||80||100|
|5||Material and Construction-2||20||80||100|
|SEMESTER III||SUBJECTS||MAX MARKS||TOTAL MARKS|
|5||Material And Construction-3||20||80||100|
|SEMESTER IV||SUBJECTS||MAX MARKS||TOTAL MARKS|
|3||Building Services -2- Fire & Life Safety||20||80||100|
|4||Light & color in interior||20||80||100|
|SEMESTER V||SUBJECTS||MAX MARKS||TOTAL MARKS|
|1||Estimation and costing||20||80||100|
|2||Contemporary interior design||20||80||100|
|3||Design Contextual studio||20||80||100|
|4||Computer graphics- Lumion||20||80||100|
|5||Interior landscape design||20||80||100|
|6||Design Studio – 5||20||80||100|
|SEMESTER VI||SUBJECTS||MAX MARKS||TOTAL MARKS|
|2||Interior Design Codes||20||80||100|
|3||Interior Services-3 – Acoustics||20||80||100|
|4||Parameters of interior design and components||20||80||100|
|5||Building information modelling-Navisworks||20||80||100|
|6||Design Studio – 6||20||80||100|
3.THEORY OF INTERIOR DESIGN
UNIT – I DESIGN VOCABULARY
Form – point, line, volume, shape, texture & color – in relation to light, pattern etc. and application of the same in designing interiors.
UNIT – II DESIGN PRINCIPLES
Ratio; proportions – scale; balance – symmetrical, radial, harmony; unity; variety; rhythm; emphasis.
UNIT – III ANTHROPOMETRICS
Definition, theory of standard dimension based on human figures for activities, functions, circulation, furniture design, spatial requirements etc. Study of Ergonomics. Design of furniture for various spaces.
UNIT -IV DESIGN CONTROL
Design process – analysis, synthesis, design evaluation; design criteria – function and purpose, utility
and economy, form and style; human factors – human dimensions, distance zones, activity
relationships; fitting the space – plan arrangements, function, aesthetics.
UNIT – V SPATIAL QUALITIES
Space – definition; Interior space – spatial qualities; form, scale, outlook; structuring space with
interior design elements; spatial form; spatial dimension – square, rectangle, curvilinear spaces,
height of space; spatial transitions – openings within wall planes, doorways, windows, stairways.
4. MATERIAL AND CONSTRUCTION-1
UNIT – I INTRODUCTION TO MATERIALS
Wood – Soft and hardwood, plywood, laminated wood and particle boards – properties, manufacture & uses.
Synthetic materials – Different types of glass, their properties, manufacturing processes and uses.
UNIT – II
Plastics – injection molding & other manufacturing methods, etc.
Fabrics – textile, jute, leather etc. different types and their uses.
UNIT – III BUILDING COMPONENTS
Foundation – brick footing, stone footing & RCC column footing
Concrete flooring, plinth beam & floor finish
Superstructure – brickwork with sill, lintel, windows & sunshade
Flat RCC roof with weathering course, parapet & coping.
UNIT – IV STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS
Structures-Components of load bearing wall & RCC slab roof system-RCC beams,Columns & framed structure.
UNIT – V BASIC SERVICES
Components of ta toilet and bathroom-saniary ware-W.C. WASHBASIN,bidet,bath tu,jacuzi, etcSanitary fittings-tabs mixes,shower units
5. Computer aided design software – AutoCAD
UNIT – I: GETTING STARTED
Opening and Creating Drawings, Exploring the AutoCAD interface, Zooming and Panning, Lines ,Circles ,Rectangles ,
UNIT – IICreating Simple Drawings, Using Object Snap Tracking to extrapolate a projected top view , Using Modify tools to arrange an office layout, Object Snaps and Tracking
UNIT – III: MODIFYING COMMANDS
Move, Copy ,Rotate ,Mirror ,Scale ,Using the reference option with the Scale Tool ,
Layers , Polylines , Arcs ,Polygons ,Ellipses ,
UNIT – IV The Properties Palette, Quick Select ,Select Similar ,Measure
Trim and Extend, Fillet and Chamfer ,Polyline Edit and Spline , Offset and Explode , Join
The Insert Block Command , The Multiline Text Tool ,The Single Line Text Tool
Editing Text, The Hatch Command, Adding Dimensions, Preparing to Print.
- DESIGN STUDIO-1
UNIT – I
Designs involving various elements such as point, line shape, colour and texture – applies to compositions such as mural design, fabric design, mosaics, stained glass, engraving, block printing, collage etc – involving all the principles of composition.
UNIT – II
3D sculptures involving platonic solids,wooden sculptures applying different types of carpentry joints,design &execution of POP made objects such as corniches,mouldings,brackets,etc.
UNIT – III
Study & Analysis of forms,patterns& color schemes in nature.,abstraction of natural forms and design of 3-dimensional objects and 2-dimensional patterns inspired by them.
UNIT – Iv
Study and critical analysis of man-made objects –their purpose ,functional suitability,formal appeal etc.
3.HISTORY OF INTERIOR DESIGN-2
UNIT – I RECENT DIRECTIONS
Design movements such as Late Modernism, High Technology, Post Modernism, and De Constructivism and Minimalism.
UNIT – II NON-EUROPEAN TRADITIONS
Interiors in China, Japan & the Islamic World – Influences of Pre Columbian-American art & culture, African influences in interiors.
UNIT – III SCANDINAVIAN TRADITIONS
Interior Design in Sweden, Finland, Norway. Contributions of Architects such as Aalvar Alto, etc.
UNIT – IV INDIAN TRADITIONAL DESIGNS
Traditional styles of design & decorations of homes and accessories across the states in India
UNIT – V PROJECTS
Assignment of recent directions and non European traditions,traditional designs of india
4.COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SOFTWARE – SKETCHUP AND PHOTOSHOP
UNIT – I SKETCH UP USER INTERFACE
How to get around inside SketchUp, Zoom, pan, rotate. Understanding the xyz axis.
Selecting toolbars applying templates. Drawing and using pencils tools., Drawing basic geometric shapes, drawing with measurements, drawing circles and arcs.
Moving and move copy, rotating objects, Rotate/Copy, scale fractional and relative.
UNIT – II MODELLING
Making components, making groups, comparisons and benefits, saving components, Re- loading
components, creating a digital warehouse. Modelling techniques, using push pull, using follow me, intersecting geometry. Copy and offset faces, edges and polygons how to use polygons in 2D drawings
UNIT – III MATERIALS
Paint bucket,, materials editor, textures and bitmaps, Getting to understand the materials editor,
Create new scenes, create new styles, saving scene and styles and rendering.
UNIT – IV INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOSHOP
Vector vs. bitmap graphics image resolution, Interface- tools/control panel/panels, Preferences – units/
increment/guides/undo’s. Paint tools – paintbrush/Pencil/Erase, patterns, Gradients – Linear/radial/angled
Selection tools – marquee/lasso/magic wand/quick selection/modifying selections, Colour range –
making selections based on color.
UNIT – V
introduction/layer concepts creating, modifying and controlling, Transparency – opacity and blend
modes, layer styles – layer specific styles such as patterns/gradients/fills, layer groups – organizing
Colour theory- RGB/CMYK, swatches eyedropper Tool, Saving your work
File Formats – benefits and uses of formats: PSD/TIF/JPG.
Transforming – scale/rotate/skew/distort/perspective/warping/image and canvas size/ crop tools/
content aware scaling.
Auto adjustments – tone/color/contrast, Histograms – Understanding Information Colour balance/
Replace colour/hue/saturation/level – adjusting tonal balance/black and white.
5.MATERIAL AND CONSTRUCTION-2
UNIT – I WALLS – TYPES OF MASONRY
Different types – stone walls – random rubble, coursed rubble, square rubble, polygonal rubble &
Ashlar etc.Brick masonry – types of bonds – single & double Flemish bond, header bond, stretcher bond, rattrap bond, ornamental bonding.
UNIT – II FLOORS
Floor coverings – softwood, hardwood – resilient flooring – linoleum, asphalt tile, vinyl, rubber, cork tiles – terrazzo, marble & granite – properties, uses & laying. Floor tiles – ceramic glazed, mosaic and cement tiles – properties, uses and laying, details for physically handicapped.
UNIT – III FALSE CEILING
Construction of various kinds of false ceiling such as thermacol, plaster of Paris, gyp board, metal sheets, glass and wood. Construction of domes, vaults & other special ceilings.
UNIT – IV WALL PANELING
Paneling – using wooden planks, laminated plywood, cork sheets, fiber glass wool & fabric for soundinsulation and wall paneling for thermal insulation.
UNIT – V FINISHES
Paneling – enamels, distempers, plastic emulsions, cement-based paints – properties, uses andapplications – painting on different surfaces – defects in painting, clear coatings & strains -varnishes, lacquer, shellac, wax polish & strains – properties, uses and applications. special purposepaints – bituminous, luminous, fire retardant and resisting paints – properties, uses and applications.
UNIT – I KITCHENS
Work triangle, planning for activity – anthropometrics – types of kitchen – modular kitchens. Materials used in counters, shelves, worktops, washing areas & their comparative study.Lighting & color scheme – natural & artificial light.
UNIT – II TOILETS
Anthropometry – various types of sanitary ware and their use – types of layouts – concepts in modern day toilet interiors – materials & finishes – color, texture & pattern.
UNIT – III BEDROOMS & LIVING ROOMS
Concepts in bedroom & living room interiors – various layout of these spaces – the use of furnitur and accessories to create a certain type of ambience – materials & finishes – lighting, colour & texture.
UNIT – IV RESIDENCE
Holistic concepts in residential interiors – ability to integrate various individual spaces into one theme – treatment of patios, courtyards, verandahs & other semi sheltered spaces – integration of built form and open spaces.
UNIT – I WATER SUPPLY IN BUILDINGS
Standard of portable water and methods of removal of impurities, consumption or demand of water
for domestic purposes, services connection from mains, house – service design, tube well, pumping
of water, types of pumps, cisterns for storage
UNIT – II BUILDING DRAINAGE
Layout, principles of drainage, trap type, materials and functions, inspection chambers, design of septic tanks and soak pits, ventilation of house drains. Anti – Syphonage or vent pipes, one and two pipe systems. Sinks, bath tub, water closets, flushing cisterns, urinals, wash basins, bidet, shower panel etc.
UNIT – III PLUMBING
Common hand tools used for plumbing and their description and uses, joints for various types of pipes, sanitary fitting standards for public conveniences.
UNIT – IV SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL
Solid wastes collection & removal from buildings ,onsite processing and disposal methods,aerobic & unaerobic decomposition
- REVIT ARCHITECTURE
UNIT – I USER INTERFACE
User Interface, Navigation & Views, Element Selection & Manipulation, Visibility Control & Categorization
UNIT – II ARCHITECTURE ELEMENTS
Model Development Methodology Floors, Roofs & Ceilings Window, Door & Component Use, System Family Editing, Basic Schedules and Legend , Geometry Formation and In -Place,
UNIT – III MODELLING
Stairs Ramps and Railings – Basic Curtain Walls, Room Data, Families, Massing Tools.
UNIT – IV ANNOTATIONS AND SCHEDULES
Creating Sheets, creating views, adding and editing annotation and dimensions, Door schedules, finishes schedules, glazing schedules
UNIT – I DOORS
Types including, openable, siding, folding pivoted lodged and braced, paneled doors, glazed doors,
joinery details for doors.
UNIT – II PARTITIONS
Details of fixed, sliding and sliding and folding partitions with wood, steel and aluminium frames &
panels in glass, particle board, MDF, gypboard and plywood.
UNIT – III TIMBER WINDOWS
Types – casement, fixed, horizontal sliding, vertical sliding, pivoted and top hung types
Ventilators – top hung, bottom hung, pivoted, louvered, fixed types.
Joinery details for windows, ventilators.
UNIT – IV WINDOWS IN STEEL AND ALUMINIUM
Details of sliding and openable windows in aluminum and steel frames with glazed panels.
UNIT – V STAIRCASE 15
Types according to profile – straight flight, doglegged, quarter turn, half turn, bifurcated, spiral &
Types based on materials (Timber, wood, steel, synthetic materials).
Details of handrails & balusters.
Designing and detailing for physically handicapped
UNIT – I SHOPS
Planning for retail activity – anthropometrics – types of shop layouts modular units.
Materials used in counters, shelves, worktops, their comparative study.
UNIT – II COMMERCIAL SPACES
The art of selling-displays/products/marketing,design of display units,design of boutiques,showrooms.Concepts in modern day retail interiors.
UNIT – III SHOPPING MALLS
Product display-windows /internal display/hierarchy of product display/power of visual communication/graphics.
Exhibition spaces-display for exhibition
UNIT – IV
lighting design and coloring of commercial spaces-task /display/slash/atmosphere/focal lighting,coloring commercial spaces-coding/decoding/visualcommunication-design of commercial environments such as malls ,shopping arcades,etc
3.Building Services -2- Fire & Life Safety
UNIT – I BASIC CONCEPTS AND SYSTEM COMPONENTS IN AIR CONDITIONING
Vapor compression cycle – compressors – evaporators – refrigerant control devices – electric motors – air handing units – cooling towers.
UNIT – II AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM AND APPLICATIONS
Window type and packaged air conditioners – chilled water plants -fan coiled systems – water piping – cooling load – air conditioning systems for different types of buildings – duct lay out etc.
UNIT – III FIRE SAFETY
Mechanism of fire spread in building and prevention – fire safety standards – concepts in fire protection – firefighting installation and requirements – heat sensitive detectors – smoke detectors -automatic water sprinkler system – foam systems.
UNIT – IV ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
Single / Three phase supply – protective devices in electrical installation – ISI specifications – types of wires, wiring systems and their choice – planning electrical wiring for building interiors – main and distribution boards – typical electrical layout for interiors.
4.LIGHT AND COLOR IN INTERIOR
UNIT – I INTRODUCTION TO DAY LIGHTING
Nature of light – wavelength, photometric quantities – intensity, flux, illumination and luminance, visual efficiency, sources of light, day light factor concept, design sky concept, day lighting requirements.
UNIT – II ARTIFICIAL LIGHTING
Electric lamps – incandescent, fluorescent, sodium vapor, mercury, halogen and neon. Different types of lights in interior and exterior – task lighting,special-purpose lighting. Calculation of artificial lighting, guidelines for lighting design, glare in artificial lighting.
UNIT – III EFFECT OF COLOUR IN LIGHTING
Colour, color schemes -monochromatic, analogous, complementary colour schemes, triadic and tetradic schemes, effects of colour in different areas, color temperature, psycological effects of colour in interiors, factors affecting colour, prang theory – colour wheel, Munsell system and Oswald system.
UNIT – IV LUMINARES & FIXTURES
Definition, different luminaries for lighting, lighting control system – benefits & application, Impact of lighting, fixture types – free standing or portable, fixed, light fixture control.Lighting accessories – switches, sockets, fused connection units, lamp holders, ceiling roses etc.
- – Introduction to BIM Seminar
– UI Tour, Project Navigation and View Creation
– Element Selection and Manipulation
– Visibility Control and Categorization
– Model Development Methodology
– Establishing a Project
– Introduction to Building Elements
– Equipment, Fixtures and Fittings
- Introducing Systems
– Basic Schedules and Legends
– Geometry Formation and In-Place Families
– Mechanical Systems
– Electrical Systems and Circuits
– Plumbing Systems
– Spaces, Zones, Areas and Volumes
– 2D Draughting and Annotation
– Sheet Compilation and Publication
– Basic Subdivision and Collaboration
– Introduction to the Principles of Family Editing
UNIT – I CORPORATE OFFICE
Interior designing for multi functional, space planning, design and detailing of various work spaces, interactions zones.
UNIT – II
Design f Corporate environments such as BPO,Corporate office
UNIT – III CONSUTING OFFICE FOR PROFESSIONAL PRACTIONER
Planning for small office-office of architects,interior desiners,lawyers & auditor-individual LAYOUTS,Modular units,play with levels
UNIT – IV
Lighting & color Scheme,Natural & Artificial Lights
1.ESTIMATION AND COSTING
UNIT – I INTRODUCTION TO ESTIMATION
Estimation – definition, purpose, types of estimate, and procedure for estimating the cost of work in order to implement an interior design project or to make products related to interior design like furniture.
UNIT – II RATE ANALYSIS & ESTIMATION FORMAT
Rate analysis – definition, method of preparation, quantity & labour estimate for woodwork,steelwork, aluminium work, glass & its for different, thickness & sections, finishingsteelwork, aluminium work, glass & its for different, thickness & sections, finishing(enamel paint, duco paints, melamine, DU coats, hand polishing, veneering and laminating) for walls & ceilings.(enamel paint, duco paints, melamine, DU coats, hand polishing,veneering and laminating) for walls & ceilings.
UNIT – III
Electrical & plumbing products, wiring, ducting etc., and laying of tiles & wall paneling in the estimate format of the project.
UNIT – IV DETAILED ESTIMATE
Detailed Estimate – data required, factors to be considered, methodology of preparation, abstract of estimate, contingencies, labour charges, bill of quantities, different methods of estimate for interior design works, methods of measurement of works.
- CONTEMPORARY INTERIOR DESIGN
UNIT – I EARLY PIONEERS
Art nouveau, the post industrial era works of Charies Renee Mackintosh, Antonio Gaudi, Gerrit
Rietveld and their expressionist interior design.
UNIT – II BAUHAUS AND POST WAR MODERNISTS
Walter Gropius / Bauhaus, De Stijl, Mies Van Der Rohe, Art Deco, Postwar Modernism.
UNIT – III MODERNISM
Interiors of Le Corbusier, Frank Llyod Wright, Louis Khan, Kenzo Tanga and Oscar Niemeyer
UNIT – IV INTERNATIONAL STYLE
The works of Alvar Alto, Phillip Johnson, Charies and Ray Eames, Eero Saarinen, Eero Arnio, Arne Jacobsen.
UNIT – V POST MODERNISM AND MINIMALISM
Interiors of Zaha Hadid, Santiago Calatrava, Frank Gehry and Peter Eisenmann
DESIGN CONTEXTUAL STUDIO
UNIT – I ENTERTAINMENT SPACES
Study of interiors for entertainment buildings such as clubs, multiplex and amusement parks -schemes for video games parlour, food court areas and exclusive indoor game areas of clubs
UNIT – II EDUCATIONAL SPACES
Study of interiors for class rooms, seminar halls and AV halls – schemes for library, smart class
rooms and discussion areas.
UNIT – III SPORTING SPACES
Study of interior requirements for gymnasium indoor Stadium in aquatic complex schemes for interiors of stadium with focus on lighting requirements and visibility
UNIT IV COMMERCIAL SPACES
Study to Interior in salons buffs discotheque and banks etc. schemes for the same
UNIT V TRANSPORTATION SPACES
Study of Interiors for Airport MRTS railway stations and bus terminals schemes for the same
4.COMPUTER GRAPHICS – LUMION
UNIT – I INTRODUCTION
An overview of GUI, types of modelling, transforming objects, compound objects, modifiers &
UNIT – II MODELLING TECHNIQUES
Lathering displacement lofting ,modeling with lofts low polygon modeling and nurbs modeling
UNIT – III TEXTURE MAPPING AND RENDERING
Using material editor, material browser, mapping textures.
Lighting, cameras and render effects, environment mapping, fogs and atmospheres.
UNIT – IV INTRODUCTION TO SKETCH UP &ITS TOOLS
Starting a drawing concepts principal tools for drawing modification construction camera walk-through sandbox etc. breaking edges google toolbar
5.INTERIOR LANDSCAPE DESIGN
UNIT – I INTERIOR LANDSCAPING
Definition, classification of plants, indoor plants and their functions, layout & components,Floriculture – commercial, ornamental, selection of plants & pest control.
UNIT – II PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF PLANTS
Physical requirements of plants – light, temperature, water, planting medium, soil separator, weight of plants, acclimatization & maintenance.Techniques to meet physical requirements.
UNIT – III INTERIOR LANDSCAPING ELEMENTS & PRINCIPLES
Various interior landscaping elements – water bodies – pools, fountains, cascades plants, rocks,artifacts, paving & lighting, design guidelines -pant texture & colour, plant height plant spacing.
UNIT – IV ROOF AND DECK LANDSCAPE
Protection of the integrity of the roof and structure provisions for drainage light weight planting medium irrigation selection of materials waterproofing provision for utilities and maintenance
UNIT – V EXERCISE ON INTERIOR LADSCAPE
Courtyard design an outdoor room design terrace garden
- Design studio-5
UNIT – I HEALTH CARE INTERIOR
The design of health care spaces, such as hospitals, consulting, treatment rooms, Diagnostic
UNIT – II INSTITUTION INTERIORS
Interior designing for institution spaces such as schools and colleges to design the interiors of classroom lounges every rooms multipurpose Hall’s indoor sports complex etc.
UNIT – III ART GALLERY INTERIORS
Interior designing for institution spaces such as Art gallery and museum to design the interiors of art works and casework display units etc.
UNIT – IV SPA AND GYM INTERIORS
Interior designing for institution spaces such as SPA and health centers to design the interiors of gynasiums, swimming pool areas, spa etc.
- PROJECT MANAGEMENT
UNIT – I INTRODUCTION
Project planning and project scheduling and project controlling, role of decision in projectmanagement, method of planning and programming, human aspects of project management, work breakdown structure, life cycle of a project, disadvantages of traditional management system.
UNIT II ELEMENTS OF NETWORK
Event,activity,dummy,network rules,graphical guidelines for network,numbering of events
UNIT – III CRITICAL PATH METHOD AND PERT ANALYSIS
CPM network analysis & PERT time estimates, time computation & network analysis.
UNIT IV PROJECT TIME REDUCTION AND OPTIMIZATION
project cost indirect project cost direct project cost slope of direct cost curve total project cost an optimum duration contacting the network for cost optimization steps in cost time optimization project
- INTERIOR DESIGN CODES
UNIT – I FIRE SAFETY CODES
Fire – combustibility – NBS – fire resistant rating of materials – fire fighting requirements – wet riser, fry riser, fire zones, fire escape stair case, fire alarms, smoke detectors and fire lifts.
UNIT – II CODES FOR LIGHTING
Measurement of illumination and luminous intensity – day light factor – sky luminance – ERC, IRC – light output ratio – recommended illumination levels for various spaces such as library, class room, garment factory, etc. Energy conservation in lighting.
UNIT – III CODES FOR BARRIER FREE ENVIRONMENT
Requirement of toilets, corridors, etc. for handicapped persons – wheel chair clearances – ramps for handicapped, etc. according to ISO 9001 standards.
UNIT – IV CODES FOR VENTILATION
Ventilation rates air changes per hour relative humidity cross ventilation stack effort recommended ventilation rates for kitchen toilet etc.
- INTERIOR SERVICES-3 – Acoustics
UNIT – I INTRODUCTION TO ACOUSTICS
Definition, theory of sound generation, transmission – reception of sound – Terms related to acoustics – sound waves, frequency, intensity, wavelength – measurement of sound.
UNIT – II ROOM ACOUSTICS
Characteristics of speech – making of sound – human ear characteristics – behavior of sound inenclosed spaces – reverberation, RT, optimum reverberation, simple exercise using Sabine’sformula.
UNIT – III SOUND ABSORPTION, INSULATION, SOUND REINFORCEMENT
Sound absorption, absorption co-efficient and their measurements – sound absorbing materials –sound insulation – materials – sound amplification and sound reinforcement.
UNIT IV NOISE CONTROL
Sources and types of noise effect on human behavior nice curves transmission of noise noise control materials and techniques
- PARAMETERS OF INTERIOR DESIGN AND COMPONENTS
UNIT – I EVOLUTION OF INTERIOR DESIGN AND COMPONENTS
Factors influencing the designs namely social, cultural, economic considerations and technological advancements
UNIT – II CONTEMPORARY INTERIOR DESIGN AND COMPONENTS
Factors of influence such as economy, technology, materials, time factor, tastes and aspirations ofpeople, levels of luxury and comfort, ergonomics and functional efficiency of spaces, lighting and acoustics.
UNIT – III
Innovative use of technology in the planning and design of interiors spaces and components.Application of sustainable and green materials for the interior spaces.
UNIT – IV PARAMETERS OF INTERIOR DESIGN
Spatial planning – optimum utilisation of interior spaces, design of the components. Parameters of design of interiors and components in different functional spaces, namely residential, commercial recreational, institutional, hospitality and health sectors.
- BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING (BIM)-NAVISWORKS
Introduction to BIM Seminar
– Navisworks in a Nutshell
– Introducing Navisworks as a BIM tool
– UI Tour
– Compiling and managing a project
– Exploring the model
– Reviewing, redlining, links and Switch Back
– Viewpoint creation, sectioning and animation
– Animation and Interactivity
– Autodesk Rendering – Simulation and the TimeLiner
– Interference management
– Clash Detective
– Material Takeoff
- DESIGN STUDIO-6
UNIT – I AUDITORIUM
Spatial and environmental standards for various auditorium – performing arts, cinema, convention centre.
UNIT – I IDetail schematics of wall paneling, false ceiling and carpeting to satisfy acoustic requirements. Lighting study to develop ideas for foyer, auditorium and stage requirements.
UNIT – III FIVE STAR HOTELS
Spatial and service standards for five star hotels – integration of interior design schemes for rooms,restaurants, bars, health clubs, shopping arcade and other guest areas with the general theme of the hotel.
UNIT – I
Special ideas for suites and banquet halls – contemporary interior schemes to integrate new concepts in lighting and materials.