Bhagora, Samarpan (UA0513)

Build a home : an exploration of dwellings designed by the architects and the non-architects to identify similarities and differences in their built form (Also available on CD) - 2019 - 170p.,12Sheets,CD-ROM

Contents
1 Introduction
1.1. Introduction 14
1.2. Hypothesis 17
1.3. Objective
1.5. Scope & limitations
1.6. Selection of case studies 18
1.7. Methodology 19
1.8. Research framework 20
1.9. Prologue 22
2 Literature study/review
2.1. Who interprets a house? 27
2.2. Man - Dwellings - Architects 41
2.2.1 Man and shelter
2.2.2 Primitive hut
2.2.3 Urge to build
2.2.4 Rise of an architect
2.3. The great shift 47
2.3.1 Shifting roles
2.3.2 Evolution of dwellings
2.3.3 Increasing data
2.3.4 between knowledge & development
2.3.5 Difference in perception between Laymen and professionals
2.4. Architect and the education 57
2.4.1. Introduction
2.4.2. What an architecture student should know?
2.4.3. Architectural education in India
3 Analytical Framework
3.1. The Vitruvian triad 66
3.2. Home (tectonic of the contemporary dwelling) 67
4 Case studies & Analysis
4.1. Dwellings by non - architects 74
4.2. Dwellings by architects 75
4.3. Defining criteria for comparative analysis 77
4.4. Components
4.4.1 Form 79
4.4.2 Outdoor organization 85
4.4.3 Extendibility 91
Similarities & differences 96
4.4.4 Distribution 99
4.4.5 Disposition 101
4.4.6 Materiality 111
4.4.7 Variability 117
Similarities & differences 123
4.4.8 Dimensions 125
4.4.9 Materiality 129
Similarities & differences 132
5 Summing Up
5.1. Conclusion 135
5.2. Discussion 137
5.3. Insight 139
Appendix
Drawings Case 1- 6
Biblography
Illustration credits

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