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Design Communication (Degree)-Oct 2013-Assignment 2b Marking Rubric

Design Communication (Degree)-Oct 2013-Assignment 2b Marking Rubric

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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, BUILDING & DESIGN
 Centre For Modern Architecture Studies in Southeast AsiaBachelor of Science (Honours) (ArchitectureDESIGN COMMUNICATION [ARC 1713]Prerequisite: None
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Project: 2bMarking Rubric For Axonometric ProjectionsLearning Outcomes of this Project (as stated in outline)
1.Ability to express spatial ideas and architectural detail in three-dimension, in the format of anaxonometric projection.2.Understanding of what axonometric projections are, how to generate them and how to apply themto the design process and presentation.3.Ability to produce legible architectural drawings.
Assessment criteria (as stated in outline and in lecture)
The students are to prove their ability as mentioned in the learning outcomes through the followingcriteria:
Confidence in executing axonometric projection
Understanding of building in three-dimension
Extra marks for visual strength, composition, and added detail
Marking rubricCriteriaGuideline: Considerations when awarding pointsDoes the student know how to draw in axonometric?
This will be evident in:Construction of axonometricIs it evident from submitted butter paper drawings that thestudent has constructed his own drawing? In theseconstructions has he demonstrated an understanding of thebasics in projecting axonometrics?
Does the student know what he is drawing?
This will be evident in:Building & architectural detailsIs the student clear on what he is drawing?Are details such as wall thickness, window framing,sectional cuts, roof detail, furniture detail and stair designclearly drawn?
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