Anthropometry

The term Anthropometry is derived from two Greek words, i.e. Anthro meaning man and metric meaning measurement. Anthropometry plays an important role in industrial design, clothing design,ergonomics, architecture and many…

Daylight: Amalgamation of Direct and Indirect Sunlight and Skylight

DAYLIGHT “No space, architecturally, is a space unless it has natural light.” ___Louis I. Kahn Daylight- The natural light of the day Daylighting- The use of light from the sun…

Parking: Forethought and Structure Designing Instructions

The design and management of parking affects the livability and walk ability of any area. The parking facility or lot must foremost deal with the functional aspect, as in providing…

Climatology: Scientific Study of Climates & Affecting Factors

Climatology is the scientific study of climate, and the factors that affect it. Why there is a need to study Climatology? To determine the climatic patterns of a particular region…

Theory of Colours Capturing Attention, Basics and Psychology

Colours are not simply important, they are vital, and play a tremendous parting capturing attention, influencing imagination and even evoking certain feelings. It can soothe our eyes or make us…

Site Analysis: Need Advantages Components and Context

Site analysis is assessing the site and drawing inferences to aid further design conception and implementation. Site and its context Why there is a need of Site Analysis? The assessment…

Principles of design Component Characteristics and Repetition Rhythm

The Principles are concepts used to organize or arrange the elements within a work of art. Components of Principle of Design Axis Symmetry Hierarchy Rhythm Datum Transformation 1. AXIS It…

Need and Elements of Site Planning

Site planning is the organisation of activities on land according to site characters. Research and analysis makes a major contribution in site planning and later in design process.  Or “Site…

Elements of design Components Types and Characteristics

Elements of design is the form in order of their growth from : Point to one dimensional Line, from Line to two dimensional Plane, from Plane to three dimensional Form…