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Raj Assudani, Residential Designer

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Student of Dezyne E’cole College,
An interior designer is professionally trained to create a functional and quality interior environment. Qualified through education, experience and examination, a professional designer can identify, research and creatively resolve issues and lead to a healthy, safe and comfortable physical environment.
A decorator fashions the "look" of a space and its outward decoration—paint, fabric, furnishings, light fixtures and other materials. In addition to enhancing the total visual environment, an interior designer creates a space that is functional, efficient and safe.
Among the many areas of expertise a professional designer commands are
• Space planning and utilization, including organizational and storage needs
• Long-term project and lifestyle planning
• National, state and local building codes
• Safety and accessibility
• Ergonomics
• Design for people with special needs
• Conservation and “green” design
• Historic restoration
• Interior detailing of background elements, such as wall and ceiling designs
• Custom design of furniture, drapery and accessories
• Selection of appliances, plumbing fixtures and flooring materials
• Acoustics and sound transmission
• Audiovisual and communication technology
• Construction documents and specifications

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Raj Assudani, Residential Designer

  1. 1. RESIDENTIAL DESIGN Raj Assudani,1st Year Residential Design Diploma Dezyne E’cole College,www.dezyneecole.com
  2. 2. Interior Design
  3. 3. Residential
  4. 4. Residential design is associated with creating a house which can fit a persons functioning or working and at the same time it projects its personality.
  5. 5. Living Room
  6. 6. Bed Room
  7. 7. Kitchen
  8. 8. I was supposed to make A plan of a house, the land area is 50’x60’ for A client Mr. Kakkad who has 4 members in his family. He(46) and his wife(40) and two girls. Apart from the basic needs they asked for some other things in their house which are as follows: •Master bedroom and children’s bedroom close to each other on the first floor. •Pool with a deck area. •Sit outs •Open living room, dining and kitchen. •As children are 12 and 15 years of age, a study room was required by Mr. Kakkad.
  9. 9. Site Consideration
  10. 10. Location of India :- Latitude :- 22˚ 00’ Longitude :- 77˚ 00’ Map of India
  11. 11. Map of Rajasthan
  12. 12. Location of Ajmer :- Latitude :- 26.4499˚ NORTH Longitude:- 74.6399˚ SOUTH Map of Ajmer
  13. 13. The Distance From The Major Landmarks: • Shopping Center - 1.2 Km • Railway Station - 2.5 Km • Bus Stand - 1km • Hospital – 350 M • Dimension Of The Site – 50’x60’ • Area Of The Site – 3000 Sq. Ft Savitri College R.T.D.C Ajmer Hospital Residential zone Residential zone MainRoad3 Main Road 3
  14. 14. MACROCLIMATE Macroclimate Is The Climate Of A Large Geographic Areas Such As Geographic Zones, Continents And Oceans Or Large Parts Thereof, Or Even The Entire Earth; It Deals With Main Climatic Features Of These Areas. If Such A Part Of The Earth’s Surface Is Sufficiently Uniform In Its Geographic Factors And Conditions Of General Atmospheric Circulation It Will Have A Certain Macroclimate. Macroclimate Are Characterized By Quantitative Indexes That Refer To The Entire Area Being Considered That Is, Intervals Which Particular Climatic Characteristics Change Throughout The Area Or Their Average Values For The Entire Area. The Macroclimate Is Contrasted With Local Climate And Microclimate.
  15. 15. MICROCLIMATE A Microclimate Is A Local Set Of Atmospheric Conditions That Differ From Those Of The Surrounding Area. It Is The Climate Of A Small, Specific Place Within A Large Area. An Area As Small As Yard Or Park Can Have Several Different Microclimate Depending Upon How Much Sunlight, Shade Or Exposure To The Wind Is There At A Particular Spot. To Maintain The Microclimate Of A Space Or A Residential Building, Various Methods Can Be Used Such As Landscaping Around The Building, Cavity Wall Construction, Slanted Roof, Water Bodies And Also Of Right Material Are The Best Examples Or We Can Say Methods To Maintain Or Control Microclimate. Savitri College R.T.D.C Ajmer Hospital Residential zone Residential zone MainRoad3 Main Road 3
  16. 16. Bio Climatic Design
  17. 17. Site Layout
  18. 18. Orientation
  19. 19. Day Light
  20. 20. 10:00 AM 12:00 PM 02:00 PM 04:00 PM Top Plan of The Room Isometric View of The Room Centered Window People like daylight. We like interior spaces to have plenty of daylight. Day lighting can be employed to conserve energy and can enhance visibility, the principal values of day lighting are more intangible. In this, I have taken CENTERED WINDOW to show the impact of daylight in the room. I have not taken into consideration 20% of the exterior wall. Area of the window-> 8’x6’ (LxB) =48 sq. feet Floor Plane Centered Window Ceiling Plane Center ed Windo w
  21. 21. Ventilation
  22. 22. Approach 1. Spiral 2. Oblique 3. Frontal
  23. 23. A Door May Be Defined As An Opening Left In A Wall For The Purposes Of Providing Access To The Users Of The Structures . Doors
  24. 24. Location of doors • The Doors Should Be Provided In Opposite Walls Facing Each Other. • Doors Should As Far As Possible Be Located Near The Corner Of A Room (About 20 Cm Away From The Corner) • Door Should Meet The Functional Requirements Of The Room. • Number Of Doors In A Room Should Be Kept Minimum To Achieve Optimum Utilization Of Space. Large Number Of Doors Besides Causing Obstruction, Consume More Area In Circulation. Types of doors • Battened And Ledged Doors • Battened Ledged And Braced Doors • Battened Ledged, Braced And Framed Doors • Framed And Paneled Doors • Glazed Or Sash Doors • Flush Doors • Fly Proof Doors • Revolving Doors • Sliding Doors • Swing Doors • Collapsible Steel Doors • Rolling Steel Doors • Rolling Grill Doors • M.S. Sheet Doors • Fire Check Doors Door Frame Door Frame Is Made Up Of Two Typical Members Known As Jambs Or Posts And Flat Member Connecting The Jambs At Top Called Head. The Cross-sectional Dimensions Of The Jamb And The Head Are Normally Kept Same. The Size Of Door Frame Is Worked Out After Allowing A Clearance Of 5 Mm. All-round For Convenience Of Fixing The Frame In The Opening.
  25. 25. Windows A Window May Be Defined As An Opening Made In A Wall For The Purpose Of Providing Daylight, Ventilation And Vision.
  26. 26. • Total Area Of Window Opening Should Normally Vary From 10 To 20% Of The Floor Area Of The Room. In Hot And Arid Regions It Could Be 10 To 15% Of The Floor Area. • In Case Of Public Buildings Like, Schools, Offices, Factories, Hospitals Etc. The Minimum Area Of Windows Should Be 20% Of The Floor Area. • For Adequate Natural Light, The Area Of Glass Panes In Windows Should Be At Least 8% Of The Floor Area. • Size Of The Room To Be Lighted. • Location Of The Room And Utility. • Architectural Treatment Is To Be Given To The Building. • Direction Of Wind And Its Speed. • Climatic Considerations Of The Site Such As Humidity, Temperature Variation Etc. • Types of windows • Fixed Windows • Pivoted Windows • Double Hung Windows • Sliding Windows • Casement Windows • Sash And Glazed Windows • Louvered Or Windows • Metal Windows • Bay Windows • Clerestory Windows • Corner Windows • Dormer Windows • Gable Windows • Sky Lights • Fan Lights • Ventilators
  27. 27. Anthropometrics The study of human body dimensions and measurements.
  28. 28. Ergonomics The Study Of Human Body Dimensions With Furniture.
  29. 29. Space Planning
  30. 30. Planning Process Aspect Prospect Circulation Grouping Privacy Furniture requirement Roominess Sanitation Flexibility Economy
  33. 33. Architectural Layouts
  34. 34. Design Development
  35. 35. •Point •Line •Form, shape •Movement •Color •Pattern •Texture Elements of Design
  36. 36.  BALANCE  Rhythm  Emphasis  Unity  Proportion Principle of Design
  37. 37. Living Room
  38. 38. CLASSIC Classic color combinations are indicative of strength and authority. Intense royal blue is the centerpiece of any classical grouping of colors. It stands out, even when combined with other hues. Classic combinations imply truth, responsibility and trust. Because of its proximity to green, royal blue evokes a sense of continuity, stability and strength, especially in combination with its split complement red-orange and yellow-orange. Analogous Color Scheme This color scheme uses colors that are adjacent to each other on the color wheel. One color is used as a dominant color while others are used to enrich the scheme. 1. Sofa 2. Wall Color, Curtains 3. Cushions 4. Color Scheme 5. Color Key 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. FRUITFUL GREEN 9374 BLUE WEED 9232 AQUA YOUNG 9207 BLACK CURRANT 9461 WHITE ECHO L112 METALLIC GREY 9168 PAPER BROWN 339
  39. 39. CONTEMPORARY STYLE Contemporary Style encompasses a range of styles developed in the later half of the 20th century. Pieces feature softened and rounded lines as opposed to the stark lies seen in modern design. Interiors contain neutral elements and bold color and the focus on the basics of line, shape and form. Contemporary design refers to what is popular or used right now. Contemporary Design can be very eclectic for that reason, because it is ever changing and borrows pieces and styles from all different eras. It doesn’t have to be something that is “designed” right now. For example, furniture and art from the modern era are often used in contemporary design, and tradition moldings and millwork are incorporated in many cases. Right now a contemporary home might incorporate large windows, unique or odd shapes, open plan and harmony with the surrounding landscape.
  42. 42. Kajaria Ceramics is the largest manufacturer of ceramic/vitrified tiles in India. It has an annual aggregate capacity of 68.60 mn. sq. meters, distributed across nine plants - Sikandrabad in Uttar Pradesh, Gailpur & Malootana in Rajasthan, five plants in Gujarat and one at Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh. PRODUCT NAME GRANDE PRODUCT CODE 12802 PRODUCT SIZE 60cmX60cm PRODUCT TYPE VITRIFIED (Polished) CONTEMPORARY STYLE
  43. 43. CONTEMPORARY STYLE Console Table Three Tier Glass by Asian Arts PROCUREMENT : pepperfry.com Ayame Coffee Table In White Oak Finish by Mintwud PROCUREMENT : pepperfry.com CONTOUR CHAIR REPLICA PROCUREMENT : urbanladder.com OTTOMAN IS OPTIONAL Carmo corner sofa Carmo corner sofa with lounging unit, the product is available in fabrics and leathers. As shown, green Lux Felt fabric 2313. H70xW327xD233cm. [ Carmo - CE00] PROCUREMENT : Oritz LHS Three Seater Sofa with Lounger and Throw Cushions in Jade Colour by CasaCraft Emiliano-Dining Chair PROCUREMENT : pepperfry.com
  46. 46. CONTEMPORARY STYLEComposition Wall 2
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