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  1. PAT 1 Discussion on Research Project No.1 2011

  2. A3 Laminated Cover (Front) • Name & Surname • Hatfield Christian School • Logo • EGD • 4 Holes in left-hand side (Vertical / Portrait) • NO year date for Grade 10, 11 (Only for Grade 12) • 4 Holes on the left side (Portrait view / vertical) • Bind neatly and securely with white rope

  3. What you should have in the actual final PAT product As explained in class - no more than 8 pages and no less than 4 pages

  4. A4 School Registration • School Logo • School Name • Centre Number 1057 • Student Name & Surname • Grade • EGD • PAT Assignment No.1 • Year date • Grade 12’s (Include Examination Number) An example (template) of this is on the resource drive under the EGD folder.

  5. EXAMPLE!

  6. Declaration of authenticity

  7. Table of contents Page No. 4 5 • Declaration of authenticity • Design Brief • Brief • Constraints • Specifications • Research • Research • Relevance • Application in Final Design • Evaluation • Solution 1 • Floor Plan • 3D Drawing • Evaluation • Solution 2 • Floor Plan • 3D Drawing • Evaluation • Solution 3 • Floor Plan • 3D Drawing • Evaluation • Final Solution (Working Drawings) • Floor Plan • Sectional Elevation • 4 Outside Elevations • Energy Saving Features • Evaluation • Site Plan • Site Plan Layout • Notes • Evaluation • Perspective Drawing • Final Evaluation • Bibliography

  8. Table of contents EXAMPLE!

  9. Design Brief(1 x A3 Page combined) • Brief • Constraints • Specifications 4 – 5 Paragraphs This is a short summary of the task description, almost like a preview or overview of a film. Tell what you are required to do and how you will go about it. 4 – 5 Paragraphs Explain the constraints that each of the fixed features might be limited to or why those constraints might be applicable to the specific feature 4 – 5 Paragraphs Look at the specification given on your task description referring to things like the unit sizes, rooms, etc.

  10. Design Brief Design Brief Specifications Constraints

  11. Design Brief EXAMPLE!

  12. EXAMPLE!

  13. EXAMPLE! This example is good but has too much detail. Give a bulleted and summarized version.

  14. EXAMPLE! This example is good but has too much detail. Give a bulleted and summarized version.

  15. EXAMPLE! This example is good but has too much detail. Give a bulleted and summarized version.

  16. EXAMPLE!

  17. 3 Examples (Pictures with 3 short bullets explaining the good and bad, features, style, material, cost, etc. of each example) • Research • Relevance • Application in final design • Evaluation Explain how your choices of examples are relevant to the task description. Use a numbering system of your own with each chosen example which will be reflected in your chosen (final) floor plan according to that specific number. The chosen example must reflect the requirements and stipulations of the task description. Give a short description of how your examples are suited or not for the layout of the units. Why have you chosen those specific fixtures? Advantages and disadvantages.

  18. Research(Do this only with fixed features such as lights, cupboards, zincs, toilets, etc.) Descriptions Sofas • Example 1 • Description • Materials • Cost • Good & Bad • Relevance • Example 2 • Description • Materials • Cost • Good & Bad • Relevance • Example 3 • Description • Materials • Cost • Good & Bad • Relevance As requested, between 4 - 8 pages of research. This is only an EXAMPLE! Notes Toilets • Example 1 • Description • Materials • Cost • Good & Bad • Relevance • Example 2 • Description • Materials • Cost • Good & Bad • Relevance • Example 3 • Description • Materials • Cost • Good & Bad • Relevance Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  19. A100 A101 A102 A100 Use number referencing with all examples. Refer to these numbers ONLY in your floor plan of the chosen (final) solution. Notes briefly discussing or referring to these examples are done in the title bar on the right-hand side of your A3 paper. Use bullet style to discuss the aspects as listed here.

  20. Solution 1, 2, 3(Do this only with fixed features such as lights, cupboards, zincs, toilets, etc.) • Floor Plan • 3D Drawing • Evaluation Draw as neat as possible in freehand with proper walls, windows, doors, toilets, cupboards and other fixed features. Main furniture like beds, dining room table, etc. are also included. Draw as neat as possible in freehand with enough detail to indicate the type of wall, roof, door, window, etc. with not too much detail. Use light shades of colour only. All outlines must be visible after colouring. Give a short description of how your examples are suited or not for the layout of the particular unit. What is the advantages and disadvantages? You can also mention aspects such as materials and costs.

  21. Solution 1 - Residential FREEHAND! Floor plan Descriptions Notes EXAMPLE! Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  22. Solution 1 - Residential FREEHAND! 3D Drawing Descriptions Notes EXAMPLE! This is a rough design with computer software (Smooth Draw). Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  23. Solution 1 - Residential FREEHAND! 3D Drawing Descriptions Notes EXAMPLE! Note that there are several mistakes on these examples. Examples are given as a guide and ideas. Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  24. Solution 2 - Residential FREEHAND! Floor plan Descriptions Place your 3D view & floor plan on two separate pages Notes EXAMPLE! Note that there are several mistakes on these examples. Examples are given as a guide and ideas. Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  25. Solution 3 - Residential FREEHAND! Floor Plan Descriptions Place your 3D view & floor plan on two separate pages Notes EXAMPLE! Note that there are several mistakes on these examples. Examples are given as a guide and ideas. Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  26. 2D CAD Chosen Solution - Residential Descriptions 2D CAD - Floor plan A100 A100 B102 B102 Notes EXAMPLE! All major dimensions must be given Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  27. 2D CAD Chosen Solution - Residential Descriptions 2D CAD - Sectioned Elevation A100 B102 Notes EXAMPLE! Note that there are several mistakes on these examples. Examples are given as a guide and ideas. Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  28. 2D CAD Chosen Solution - Residential P102 Descriptions 2D CAD - Site Plan P102 Y202 Y202 Notes EXAMPLE! All major dimensions and applicable detail (e.g. pipelines, adjacent roads, etc.) must be given Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  29. Solution 1 - Activity Centre FREEHAND! Floor plan Descriptions Notes EXAMPLE! Note that there are several mistakes on these examples. Examples are given as a guide and ideas. Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  30. Solution 2 - Activity Centre FREEHAND! Floor plan Descriptions Notes EXAMPLE! Note that there are several mistakes on these examples. Examples are given as a guide and ideas. Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  31. 2D CAD Chosen Solution - Activity Centre Descriptions 2D CAD - Floor plan A100 B102 Notes EXAMPLE! Note that there are several mistakes on these examples. Examples are given as a guide and ideas. All major dimensions must be given Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  32. 2D CAD Chosen Solution - Activity Centre 2D CAD - Elevations & Sectional Cut Descriptions A100 B102 Notes Place your elevations & sectional cut on two separate pages EXAMPLE! Note that there are several mistakes on these examples. Examples are given as a guide and ideas. Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  33. 2D CAD Chosen Solution - Site Plan Descriptions 2D CAD - Site Plan A100 B102 Notes EXAMPLE! Note that there are several mistakes on these examples. Examples are given as a guide and ideas. Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  34. 2D CAD Chosen Solution - 2 Point Perspective Descriptions 2D CAD - 2 Point Perspective Notes EXAMPLE! Instruments or 2D CAD Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  35. 2D CAD Chosen Solution - 2 Point Perspective Descriptions 2D CAD - 2 Point Perspective Notes EXAMPLE! Instruments or 2D CAD Name & Surname, Grade & Group, School & Year

  36. Final Evaluation & Bibliography Final Evaluation Bibliography EXAMPLE!

  37. Bibliography Johan Engelbrecht - HSE cc. - Engineering Graphics & Design Senior Secondary Phase Google Search Engine - Floor Plans (www.google.com) Google Search Engine - Site Plans (www.google.com) Google Search Engine - Household fixtures (www.google.com)