Your aim must, (1) state the subject of your research, (2) contain the question or research inquiry that you wish to answer and (3) your rationale for conducting the research. Sample: The purpose of the study was to identify and understand the need for addressing human aspects of architecture; how students physically, psychologically and socially behave towards their environment such as the library. From the investigation, it is expected to raise awareness amongst students, public and even professionals regarding the significance and implication of environmental psychology particularly proteomics on these spaces. This investigation was done by, first, exploring the knowledge on implication of human behavior on built environment and Malaysian culture associating with the way they socialize and interact.
Consequently, observing and understanding how spatial behavioral spacing between individuals within the major spaces may occur. Aim and objectives of research Instruction: State one aim and 2-3 objectives. Your aim must, (1) state the subject of your research, (2) contain the question or research inquiry that you wish to answer and (3) your rationale for conducting the research. The aim of the study is to investigate how far E-B is understood by students through conducting a survey among architecture and design-based students. From the survey, it would be possible to gauge the level of awareness among the students on the significance of human environments and importance in the process of design.
In line with the aim, the objectives of the study are listed below: To establish the level of awareness mongo design-based students on E-B and how far this aspect is considered in their design projects To find out how much they understand the fundamental concept of person-space relationship To determine the students’ perceptions on spaces of one important facility, I. E. The faculty library
History of Shopping Malls in Malaysia Text Retails and Architecture Elements of Store Design Visual Color Figure : Percentage of students going to the library with respective purposes Figure 2: Interior of the library showing the area of sofas Text fiddling text You need to present observations and comments that are critical. Consider summarizing your findings in matrices / table form. Table : Summary, Discussion and Analysis of Mosque Envelope Design Elements Comparison of the two mosques I Discussion and Analysis I Steel Mosque I Putter Mosque I Site Locations I both mosques are surrounded by water element (lake).
Water features are also introduced within the boundary of the mosque in the form of pond and waterfall as meaner to further enhance passive cooling. I Tartan Pituitary along the Pituitary Boulevard and sits right next to the Pituitary Man-Made Lake. The lake acts as a passive cooling device through evaporative cooling. I Persian Operand at the end of Pituitary Boulevard and sits right next to the Pituitary Man- Made Lake. The lake acts as a passive cooling device through evaporative cooling. I I Openings On Wall Envelope I These mosques present alternative degree of enclosure. One opts for openness and borderless I Wall envelope is totally open with no specific enclosure that promotes natural ventilation and lighting…..
Openings are in the form of glass sliding doors and are partly consist of square modules of fixed glass with the rest of the balance surface are totally open for the purpose of harvesting natural ventilation and lighting I I Treatment On Wall Envelope I both mosques seem I Wall envelope panels are applied with woven metallic fabric which is called the Muscularity and on I Wall envelope panels treated with traditionally crafted square module timber that are Joined together to create a screen called Muscularity….. I I Building Materials Use On Wall Envelope I Uses crystallized glass material to encase the steel columns that are exposed directly to the sun radiation.
This material maintain its cool temperature although expose to heat due to its heat absorbing properties I Uses rose-tinted granite as the main material for the exterior of the wall envelope that is exposed directly to the sun radiation. This material has a very low heat capacity that helps reduce heat gain I Roof Envelope I Both mosques aim to optimize the stack effect concept by having a sigh volume of space and roof openings I High roof with arc shaped openings on dome to achieve stack effect