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Architectural Design 5 (AR145

)
1Q SY 2016-2017

SP 100 A School for Arts and Culture

Special attention should be given to the following considerations:
 Design process principles
 Design creativity / aesthetics
 Functional space planning
 Economy and practicality of design and operation
Objectives  Green / sustainable design
 Environmental and landscape design
 Building technology and building economics
 Feasibility of plan and design
 Disaster resilient design
 Vernacular architecture
The exploration of art allows us to delve into the realm of imagination,
creativity, inspiration and vision. Artists guide us and challenge us to see
Introduction
beyond what is right before us. They dare us to view life in new ways and in
a different lens.
Filipinos are known to be artistic, but they lack the necessary training and
exposure to cultivate the artistic nature in them. For this purpose, a school
for arts and culture is envisioned to pave the way for Filipinos to tap this
innate skill. To encourage the new generation to take interest in arts and
culture, a museum is also planned to showcase the works of these talented
students. Objectives of the school are:
 To provide the right environment that will spawn imagination, creative
thinking, inspiration and vision.
 To be a premier breeding ground that will continually produce high-
caliber artists, thinkers and intellectuals.
Problem Statement
 Live up to the maxim “NO SOIL IS BARREN, ONLY BARREN
MINDS”.

Initial enrolment is seen to be 300 students broken down into the three (3)
branches of the arts:
 Visual arts
 Performing arts
 Literary arts

Annual net growth is projected to be 7.50 percent.

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Architectural Design 5 (AR145)
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The location of the site will be in a 900-hectare private property in Antipolo
City. The size of the lot is about half-percent of the total area of the property
Problem Context with a perfect square shape. It is accessible through a 15.00-meter wide
major road and the front is oriented to the east. The site is relatively flat with
trees and plants at the most part of the back portion of the site.
Requirements
Data Collection and Evaluation
Programming
Information gathering and analysis
Problem Diagnosis
Design Criteria (Objectives, Philosophy, Concept)
Site Analysis (with Building Code computations)
Behavioral Analysis
Organizational Structure
Space Program Worksheet
Functional Zoning
Adjacency Matrix Diagram
Inter-relationship and Circulatory Diagram
Space Program
The following are the minimum spaces to be provided:
 Visual Arts
o Studio rooms (10 rooms total; 25 students/room;
4.60sqm/student)
o Drafting rooms (5 rooms total; 25 students/room;
4.60sqm/student)
o Lecture rooms (5 rooms total; 40 students/room;
1.80sqm/student)
o Audio-visual Room (one room total; 100 students capacity;
1.35sqm/student)
o Computer laboratories (5 rooms total; 25 students/room;
4.60sqm/student)
o Exhibit room/gallery (one room total; 100 students capacity;
1.35sqm/student)
o Toilet facilities
o Students’ locker area
 Performing Arts
o Lecture rooms (5 rooms total; 40 students/room;
1.80sqm/student)
o Music classrooms (5 rooms total; 25 students/room;
4.60sqm/student)
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o Choral rooms (5 rooms total; 25 students/room; 115sqm/room)
o Practice/rehearsal rooms (5 rooms; 50 students/room;
1.20sqm/student)
o Theater for 25 performers and 200 audience
o Toilet facilities
o Students’ locker area
 Literary Arts
o Lecture rooms (5 rooms total; 40 students/room;
1.80sqm/student)
o Students’ locker area
 Administration Unit
o Lobby/Reception and waiting area
o Dean’s office with secretary’s area and private restroom
o Course Chairs’ offices (for 3)
o Faculty room for 40 professors (6sqm/professor)
o Faculty lounge with pantry for 20 professors at any one time
o Conference room for 25 persons (1.40sqm/person)
o Consultation room for 10 students (2sqm/student)
o Central records room
 Main Ancillary Services
o Library for 100 student-seating capacity
o Canteen with dining and kitchen area
o Mechanical/Electrical room (24sqm Total Room Area)
o Maintenance shop (carpentry, painting, mechanical repairs)
o Janitorial/Utility room
 On-site areas
o Public and private parking areas
o Loading and unloading areas
o Material Recovery Facilities (MRF)
o Others deemed as necessary
Pen and ink free-hand presentation with mixed-media coloring on 20” x 30”
Specification
parchment tracing paper
Space and Form Concept Development
Concept
Presentation of drawings or sketches on the space and form analysis
Development
describing the specific character and intent of the design solution.
Pen and ink free-hand presentation with mixed-media coloring on 20” x 30”
Specification
parchment tracing paper
Synthesis Integration of individual components into a unified design solution applying
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identified fundamentals in architectural design. Present 2 schemes minimum.
Pen and ink free-hand presentation with mixed-media coloring on 20” x 30”
Specification
parchment tracing paper
Knowledge and skill to present the ideas into workable drawings.
Final drawing requirements:
 Title page
 Concept board (to include programming, concept development,
Presentation
synthesis)
 Perspectives (aerial and man’s eye-level)
 Site Development Plan scale 1:1000m
 Floor plans scale 1:200m
Pen and ink free-hand presentation with mixed-media coloring on 20” x 30”
Specification
parchment tracing paper
Due Saturday, July 23, 2016 8:30pm sharp NO EXTENSION

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