Instructions for Submission
Students are required to submit the work that they have completed during the Professional Development 1 tutorial sessions and during their own independent learning time, as part of a portfolio of drawings.
The drawings, including CAD drawings, will be of a new building to replace the Richmond Building Annex (lecture theatre 1). The new building should incorporate complex shapes as opposed to being completely cuboid.
The new building should not be significantly taller than the neighbouring buildings but can use more of the space currently used for cycle parking and seating.
There is a water main running directly in front of Richmond Building which should not be built on. The existing bridge link to Richmond Building may be maintained. The configuration of the building interior is not restricted, but should include at least one lecture theatre.
The portfolio of evidence must be original work. The portfolio should be submitted to Moodle as a 2-part online submission:
a)CAD drawings to be printed to PDF using the correct layout and scale.
b)Hand-drawings will need to be scanned or photographed as a GIF, JPG, PNG or PDF image file. Please ensure that, except for the 2-point perspective drawing at eye height, dimensions and scale are clearly labelled in all hand sketches.
(1) Use CAD software to complete an intelligible and scaled drawing.
(2) Complete hand drawings in isometric and orthographic projection and eye height perspective.
Professional standard drawings with detailed multiple cross-sections.
Accurate and professional hand drawings in orthographic and isometric projections. 2-point eye-height perspective sketch incorporates the immediate surrounding environment.
Excellent and purposeful design of the Richmond Building Annex that is interesting and inspirational. The final design strongly reflects and retains the characters of the local areas.
Very well-presented CAD including fully completed title block, borders, dimensions and annotations that are adapted to suit a range of scales.
Highly detailed orthographic and isometric manual drawings. 2-point perspective sketch is set to human eye height.
Both sets of drawings, CAD and manual, include floor plans, cross-sections or both to demonstrate how the internal space is used.
Attractive and highly practical design of the Richmond Building Annex that make excellent uses of complex and interesting shapes and forms.
Well-presented CAD with good level of dimensions and annotation styles. All objects correctly drawn. Details given to new building with one or more floor plans or cross-sections.
Detailed orthographic and isometric manual drawings. Hand sketch of New Richmond Building Annex drawn in 2-point perspective projection.
Attractive design of the new building that makes uses of interesting shapes and forms.
CAD drawings are correct to scale, include hatching and use of various colours and line types.
Hand sketches are clearly presented including plans and elevations and isometric projection.
Both sets of drawings, CAD and manual, should include the orthographic projection, in first or third angle including appropriate symbols, of the Richmond Building Annex’s new design.
The Richmond Building Annex’s new design is practical and incorporates non-linear design forms.
CAD drawings including the tutorial drawing, plans and elevations of the Richmond Building Annex design, submitted in time.
Hand sketches of New Richmond Building Annex in isometric or orthographic.