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SUNDERDEEP COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE-327

B.ARCH - 9 TH SEM

PRE-FINAL THESIS REPORT

DATE : 24-07-19
PRE-FINAL THESIS REPORT BODY
THESIS DRAFT REPORT

2019-20
FORMAT OF THESIS PRE-FINAL REPORT (to be formatted on A4 size in landscape orientation)
Table of Contents
Chapter 1
INTRODUCTION
SYNOPSIS

Chapter 2
LITERATURE REVIEW (Relevant definition, historical context and data related to the project. Existing
codes and space standards are also to be placed. )

Chapter 3
CASE STUDIES (Please refer to requirements )
3.1 CASE STUDY 1
3.2 CASE STUDY 2
3.3 other case studies
3.4 Analysis, Comparisons and Inferences

Chapter 4
SITE ANALYSIS(Please refer to requirements)

Chapter 5
AREA ANALYSIS(Detailed Area program & requirement based on case studies & standards)

REFFERENCES (References taken till now, weblio-graphy of used references)

BIBLOGRAPHY (References taken from published papers and book)


SYNOPSIS
BODY OF SYNOPSIS
Students must prepare and develop the following sections within their proposals:
• TITLE PAGE
• INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
• AIM
• OBJECTIVES
• SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS (PROGRAM AND SITE)
• METHODOLOGY
• IDENTIFICATION OF LIVE PROJECT SITE.
• TENTATIVE PROGRAM ACTIVITIES AND USE.
• LIST CASE STUDIES
• BIBLIOGRAPHY / WEBLIOGRAPHY
TITLE:
•State the title of your thesis.
•State a concise subtitle phrase that refers to the idea basis, context or program of your
thesis.

INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY:

Briefly explain the Architectural/technological/social relevance or significance of the


research work of your thesis topic. Be precise and include only relevant background
material in the introduction. Provide information on past works by way of giving
appropriate references.

•Discuss the issues that are central to your design thesis. What is the historical and
theoretical context for the ideas behind your thesis? Link the discussion to sources from
your annotated bibliography. Discuss the citations.

•Discuss the cultural context of your thesis. In what ways is your project situated in and
influenced by the culture in which we live?

•What technical issues can you foresee becoming important?


AIMS
•State the broader aim in single sentence.
•The Aim of the project is the overall purpose of the study, should be clearly and concisely
defined.
OBJECTIVES:
•State specific objectives that you have envisaged for the work
•State the issues, concepts, and questions that are central to your thesis.
•Objectives are the goals or the steps on the way of meeting the aim. State precisely the
questions for which the answers are sought through this thesis work. Define the conceptual,
analytical, experimental and/or methodological boundaries within which the exercise will be
carried out.
•This should all be explained in points.

SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS:


•Admit with clarity the limitations and scope of such study. Discuss exhaustively the scope of
the project envisaged by you in terms of the programmatic needs and demands emphasizing
on design outcomes.
•Scope identifies the boundaries or coverage of the study in terms of subjects, facilities,
area, time, frame and the issues to which the study is focused.
•State definitively the limitations you will be bound by in your project. Limitations of the study
defines the constraints or weaknesses, which are not within the control of the researcher.
•This should all be explained in points.
•METHODOLOGY
•Flowchart of outline of the processes involved during the study. Attention is given to the
nature and kinds of processes to be followed in a particular procedure or to attain an
objective.
•IDENTIFICATION OF LIVE PROJECT SITE.
•Give Area, Location, Requirements, and Satellite Image of the proposed Site.
•The student has to identify a possible and suitable site for the proposal where the conclusions
and solutions can be carried out. The site in proposal has to be real, as acknowledged in
actual proposal, also mention the reference document or article for the selected site. The area
of site should be more than 2 acres.
•TENTATIVE PROGRAM ACTIVITIES AND USE
•Give tentative requirement of the program activities to be proposed on the project site.
•LIST CASE STUDIES
•For developing the project list the probable two literature studies and two live Case
studies(PROTO-TYPE). Give the name of case studies with details such as Site Area and
requirements and Indicate clearly why you have chosen the particular case for study.
•BIBLIOGRAPHY /WEBLIOGRAPHY
•List of all of the sources you have used
SITE ANALYSIS
SITE STUDY & ANALYSIS
•RELEVANCE OF SITE SELECTION

•LOCATION & KEY PLAN (CITY MAP SHOWING THE SITE)

•SITE PLAN SHOWING THE SURROUNDINGS-(EVERY INFORMATION SHOULD


BE IN THE FORM OF DRAWING/SKETCHES)

a) MASTER PLAN ZONING (RECREATIONAL, INDUSTRIAL, RESIDENTIAL,


COMMERCIAL ETC.)

b) NEIGHBORHOOD ANALYSIS- INTERRELATIONSHIP OF SITE WITH NEIGHBORING


PROPERTIES/LAND USES.

c) NATURAL ELEMENTS PRESENT IN THE SITE SURROUNDINGS (RIVER, ROCKS,


TRESS ETC.)

d) THE CONNECTIVITY TO THE MAIN ROAD AND OTHER SUB ROADS

e) THE DISTANCES FROM THE MAJOR LANDMARKS.


SITE STUDY & ANALYSIS
•LOCAL, BUILDING BYE-LAWS & AREA OF SITE, VOLUMETRIC STUDY OF BUILDING BASED ON PERMISSIBLE
GROUND COVERAGE, FAR, SETBACKS, HEIGHT RESTRICTIONS & PARKING NORMS.

•ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY OF THE SITE-


a) Climate- Site Orientation/North point, wind direction, sun path, preferred views and other
relevant parameters as applicable to the project.
b) Possible polluting sources in the surrounding
c) Environmentally sensitive areas in the vicinity.

• TOPOGRAPHY OF THE SITE: IN CASE OF CONTOUR SITE FOLLOWING SHOULD BE SHOWN


a) Plan of site
b) Slope Analysis
c) Site Drainage etc.

• TYPE OF SOIL, SOIL BEARING CAPACITY, FOUNDATION TYPE WITH MEASURES AGAINST DISASTER.

• SITE SERVICES: INFRASTRUCTURE AVAILABLE IN & AROUND THE SITE.

• SWOT ANALYSIS
SWOT ANALYSIS
CASE STUDIES
CASE STUDIES

STUDY OF PROTO-TYPE PROJECT (MINIMUM 2 LIVE PROJECT) OF


FOLLOWING HEADS.
•PLAN WITH FUNCTIONS
•GEOMETRY & STRUCTURE OF THE BUILDING
•AREA STUDY- SECTION STUDIES
•CIRCULATION, VEHICULAR, PEDESTRIANS & PARKING ETC.
•SERVICE, AREA UNDER VARIOUS SERVICES I.E. ELECTRIC, HVAC, FIRE
FIGHTING, BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEM
•MATERIALS & FENESTRATION, STUDY OF BUILDING WITH RESPECT TO
CLIMATE
•PROS IN THE DESIGN
•CONS IN THE DESIGN
•INFERENCE & INPUTS TO BE DRAWN FROM THE CASE STUDIES & THE
COMPARISON TO BE DONE WITH STANDARDS
DETAIL REQUIREMENT