Architectural Detailing

Architectural Detailing

Project description
Please make this coursework in an A1 sheet. please see attachment for the details of the coursework.

Thenks,

College of Science & Technology !
School of the Built Environment !    ! BSc Architectural Design & Technology! !
Architectural Detailing  2014/2015!
COURSEWORK 2 ASSESSMENT BRIEF!
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Submission Deadline: by BLACKBOARD FRIDAY 9TH JANUARY 2015! !
This assessment contributes 50% of the marks for the above module.!
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TASK!
Following the completion of coursework one in developing the principles of the details by sketches and possible physical model of your DP2 project or Multi –

Disciplinary Two Project. The aim of this coursework  is to further investigate the relationship of these component details by the application into 3D formate this can

be achieved in two forms: !
• 3D-CAD Modelling.
•!Physical model to scale to indicate the component detailing of assembly
Coursework assessment TWO:!
Aims: to enable the transfer of coursework 1 [initial research of detailing relationships] into 3D CAD software / 3D physical models, to enable a formate to further

explore the component elements by greater investigation of how your DP2 project would develop from the initial design scheme drawings into performance and construction

understanding of how elements are connected, jointed to create component assemblies
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Submission:
YOU are to present you work on a A1 sheet and submit FRIDAY 9TH JANUARY BEFORE _ 16:00 Friday. !
Your investigation in the details employed in your project, to indicate your understanding of them, by annotation of each element and explaining how your details in 3D

CAD or physical model form, work in relationship to the following performance requirements: !
•    thermal bridging
•    thermal mass
•    interstitial condensation
•    air tightness
•    insulation
The drawings you prepare MUST HAVE annotation upon them to explain the component elements of your detailing design. Work that is unclear and / or poorly presented will

be penalised. !
Task two equal weighting: You are to develop your own aspirations for the detailing philosophy through varies means open to you. Sketches, development models of

component assemblies, use of sketch-up to explore junctions and connections to enable the integration of your research by task one.
The aims are to explore and give your understanding of the design detailing principles in relationship to the component elements of your building.
Your detailing research into this coursework assessment one can be gained by information upon other buildings by architectural magazines, Detail Journals, AJ journals

and any other reference sources you feel appropriate, to give an understanding of the building detailing aims and objectives.
The drawings you prepare can be in sketch, or annotated diagrams from reference sources. Work that is unclear and / or poorly presented will be penalised. !
2. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS!
The University uses an electronic plagiarism detection tool service called Turnitin® which is hosted by iParadigms (a US company).  The University is using the

Turnitin® service for all assessments which students are required to submit by electronic means starting in the academic year 2010/2011.  By registering with the

University you consent (insofar as your consent is needed) to the following:

a)    The University will submit your assessments (including details of your name and course details) to the Turnitin® service so that your assessments can be

compared with the database of works that is maintained by the Turnitin® service and that is drawn from various sources including the internet; and

b)    Your assessments may be stored in that database of works indefinitely (or until the University stops using the Turnitin® service and requests their deletion)

to help protect your assessments from future plagiarism. Where there is a match between content in your assessments and content in other works, then your assessments

may also be copied by the University and other users of the Turnitin® service to allow closer analysis.

A link to key questions students ask about Turnitin® is as follows: http:// www.tur nitin.com/resources/documentation/tur nitin/sales/
Questions_Students_Ask_About_Turnitin.pdf

a)    The University will submit your assessments (including details of your name and course details) to the Turnitin® service so that your assessments can be

compared with the database of works that is maintained by the Turnitin® service and that is drawn from various sources including the internet; and

b)    Your assessments may be stored in that database of works indefinitely (or until the University stops using the Turnitin® service and requests their deletion)

to help protect your assessments from future plagiarism. Where there is a match between content in your assessments and content in other works, then your assessments

may also be copied by the University and other users of the Turnitin® service to allow closer analysis.

A link to key questions students ask about Turnitin® is as follows: http:// www.tur nitin.com/resources/documentation/tur nitin/sales/
Questions_Students_Ask_About_Turnitin.pdf!
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3. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA!
This piece of coursework is a vehicle for gaining understanding of the essence of  understanding and awareness of the principle elements of detail design in

relationship to structural elements and materials deployed.
Task:
Annotated sketches and/ or  comments giving, detailing break down of the elements forming the component build up, by the achievement of the open span nature of the

building to explain the principle design focus to others.
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Focused analytical assessment of the understanding of the architectural aims through sectional and details employed.
Drawings must be annotated  to give a personnel understanding and view point. However the section and components MUST clearly indicate the materials used, the

thickness of materials, relationship to form the structure.
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The layout and presentation of your work must be considered and marks will be deducted if your work is unclear. Marks will be awarded for the following:
Depth and breadth of study
Extent of research demonstrated
Depth of analysis
Degree of focus on coursework scenario + the task identified
Standard of referencing Standard of presentation !
4. GRADE DESCRIPTORS!
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This coursework constitutes 50% of the module. The minimum mark of the following is required for each class of degree:
‘A’ Class (70%) or above solutions:
A presentation and report that:
•    Demonstrates a thorough understanding of the requirements of the assembly components
•    In depth understanding  and analysis of the architectural design focus to develop the component detail in relationship to bothIdentifies with justification all

credible solutions to the problem with due consideration for detailing design
•    Demonstrates an understanding of both the developer Building regulation requirements
•    Presents the information in a coherent, convincing and professional style and in a well structured and informative manner.
•    Shows evidence of extensive research from a variety of sources.
•    Includes a selection of suitable recommendations and strategies which are most likely to reposition both organisation in such a way as to optimise their

prospects.
•    Contains an absolute minimum of spelling or grammatical errors
•    Includes thoroughly effective use of referencing with a minimum errors (making full use recommended system is the Harvard system) !
‘D’ class 40% – 50%
A presentation and report that:
•    Demonstrates an interpretation of the majority of the issues and presents them in an understandable format.
•    Basic understanding/ awareness of the detail understanding. Appreciates the features of the project design to detailing.
•    Shows evidence of research that relies on a limited source.
•    Includes a selection of suitable recommendations for the client’s organisation together with justifications for the recommendations made.
•!Includes some references.
‘E’ class – 39% or below A presentation and report that:
•    Interprets the majority of the issues incorrectly with little appreciation of the features of the remit and the need to plan effectively and with anticipation.
•    limited understanding/ awareness of the application of  detail design and effect upon the architectural aims.
•    Is poorly presented.
•    Includes unclear recommendations for the client organisation i.e. the
University.
•    Does not use references or demonstrates totally inadequate background research.
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5. RETURN & FEEDBACK ARRANGEMENTS!
Coursework is normally available three working weeks after the hand in date and marks obtained and feedback will be available from blackboard.  !
Feedback will be via Turnitin, with a paragraph to give direction of the areas of success, areas that could have been developed further in order to gain the greater

marks. This statement will identify students’ coursework performance against the aims of the coursework, to give understanding of the performance criteria of detailing

component assemblies. !
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION! I.  OBLIGATION TO KEEP COPIES OF ALL WORK!
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Students MUST keep a spare copy of all work which they hand in as well as the receipt which is issued to them at the time of submission.!
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II.    PROVISIONAL NATURE OF MARKS & GRADES!
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All marks and grades issued to students are provisional until ratified by examination boards.! !
III.    LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSIONS !
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Submissions made following return of work to students will be deemed inadmissible.!!
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IV.!    ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS WHERE IT HAS BEEN SET UP BY YOUR TUTOR!
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When submitting electronic coursework either through the TurnItIn submission tool or the BlackBoard submission tool (options B or C above) the following information

applies:
Follow the instructions in the ‘submission guidance document’ that can be found both on the student intranet and also in the assignment section of your module in

Blackboard.
When submitting electronic assignments you are agreeing to the following declaration:
By submitting my work here I declare that: this work is my own
if this is a group project, each student has contributed to the work in accordance with the set criteria  the work of others used in its completion has been duly

acknowledged experimental or other investigative results have not been falsified
I have read and understood the University Policy on the Conduct of
Assessed Work (Academic Misconduct Procedure)* http://policies.salford.ac.uk/display.php?id=255
*It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of this policy and procedure
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If the submission document file up-loaded to Blackboard is corrupt and cannot be viewed – This is classed as a NON submission. It is the responsibility of the student

to ensure their submission material can be opened by others.! !
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V.  PENALTIES FOR LATE SUBMISSION!
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Where coursework is submitted late, the following penalties shall be applied to the mark :  !
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(a)    if the work is no more than four working days late, then five  marks shall be deducted for each working day (08:30-16:30 Mon-Thu &
08:30-16:00 Friday) (or part thereof) , but  if  the  work would otherwise pass then the  mark for the work shall be reduced to no lower than the pass mark for  the

component ;  !
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(b)    if the work is no more than four working days late and marked and the mark  is lower than the pass mark, then no penalty shall be applied; !
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(c)    if the work is more than  four  working  days late then it  cannot be submitted  and  shall be  recorded   as a  non – submission (NS).!
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VI!    Academic Misconduct !
The University takes a serious view of all acts of academic misconduct. Such acts are considered dishonest and as attempts to gain unfair advantage. Acts of academic

misconduct can take many forms. They are likely to fall into one or more of the following categories:
a!    Plagiarism
Plagiarism involves taking the work of another person or source and using it as if it were one’s own.
! b!    Self plagiarism Self plagiarism (or double submission) is resubmitting previously submitted work on one or more occasions (without proper acknowledgement).

This may take the form of copying either the whole piece of work or part of it. Normally credit will already have been given for this work.
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c!    Collusion
Collusion occurs when, unless with official approval (e.g. in the case of group projects), two or more students consciously collaborate in the preparation and

production of work which is ultimately submitted by each in an identical, or substantially similar, form and/or is represented by each to be the product of his or her

individual efforts. Collusion also occurs where there is unauthorised co-operation between a student and another person in the preparation and production of work which

is presented  as the student’s own.
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d!    Falsifying experimental or other investigative results
This could involve a range of things that make it appear that information has been collected    by scientific investigation, the compilation of questionnaire results

etc whereas in reality it has been made up or altered to provide a more favourable result.
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e!    Taking unauthorised material (including electronic devices) into an examination !
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f!    Contracting another to write a piece of assessed work / Writing a piece of assessed work for another
This involves any means whereby a person does work on behalf of another.  It includes assessments done for someone else in full or in part by a fellow student, a

friend or family member.  It includes sitting an examination for someone else.  It also covers obtaining material from internet ‘cheat sites’ or other sources of work.

Penalties for this type of unfair means will normally apply both to a student of the University who does work on behalf of another and a student of the University who

has work done for him/her. !
g!    Copying from, or communicating with, another examination candidate during an examination !
h!    Bribery
This involves giving money, gifts or any other advantage to an academic member of staff which is intended to give an unfair advantage in an assessment exercise.!
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VII!    Particular care should be taken in respect of the following: !
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a)!    Getting help from others / helping others ! !
Students are encouraged to discuss and share ideas and information, however those who knowingly assist others to commit academic misconduct whether or not for payment

(e.g. by giving another student the opportunity to copy part or all of a piece of work, by providing copies of assessments or by providing bespoke assignments to

another student) will be subject to the same penalties as those who use unfair means. Students must ensure that they protect their own work, submit it themselves and

do not allow other students to use their memory stick and/or print off work on their behalf. !
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b)!    Use of Readers/Note Takers ! !
Students with special learning requirements who require the services of readers or note takers are advised to use appropriately trained individuals. Further advice can

be obtained from the Disability Service Team within Student Life Directorate. http://www.isite.salford.ac.uk/ disability !
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c)!     Referencing ! !
Students using work which has been produced by other people within an assignment will need to ensure that they acknowledge or reference the source of the work.

Students should check with their Schools for particular requirements. Marks may be deducted for poor referencing. If poor referencing is extensive throughout a piece

of work it could appear that the student is trying to claim credit for the work and he/she may be deemed to have committed plagiarism. Guidance on good referencing

practice is available from Schools or may be provided through research training programmes, the Study Skills Programme located in Student Life and on-line guidance

provided by Information & Learning Services. Some useful resources are: http://www.isite.salford.ac.uk/skills.php.!
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Penalties!
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If satisfied that unfair means has occurred, a penalty will be imposed on the student. Penalties vary depending on whether the matter is referred to the School

Academic Misconduct Panel or the University Disciplinary Committee and on the particular circumstances.  A range of penalties may be imposed including:
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A penalty of 0% for the assessment component attempted using unfair means;
A penalty of 0% for the module affected by unfair means;
A penalty of 0% for the module affected by unfair means and the marks of all other modules at that academic level being capped at the pass mark (40% for

undergraduates, 50% for post graduates).
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In the most severe cases, where there are aggravating factors (e.g. that this is a repeated case of the use of unfair means by a student at an advanced stage in their

studies), a student found guilty of using unfair means may be permanently expelled from the University. ! Further details of the Academic Misconduct procedure are

available from: !
http://www.governance.salford.ac.uk/cms/resources/uploads/File/policies/ Academic_Misconduct_Procedure.pdf ”!

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