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  University of PalestineCollege of Applied Engineering & Urban PlanningDepartment of Architecture, Interior Design & PlanningBuilding construction ! EAA#$!%! Visual Training & Sketching (EAGD2101)Introduced b! Eng #agha$ Ali %asanrd lecture'rd eek 1st se$ester'200 *irculation +,o-e$ent through s.ace Circulation /Movement through space he path of movement can be conceived as'( ã he perceptual that lin)s the spaces of a building, or, ã Any series of interior or spaces together* $ince' +e move in TI,E  through SE/E#*ES  f SA*E  *irculation Ele$ents !' !*Approach' the distant vie+-*Entrance ' from outside to inside.*Configuration of the path' the se/uence of space*#*Path 0 space relationship 'edge, nodes, termination of the path*1*2orm of the circulation space' corridors, halls, galleries, stair+ays, rooms* 1 A..roach!  he approach to building &its entrance vary in duration from fe+ paces through a compressed space to a lengthy a circuitous route ã It may be perpendicular to the primary fa3ade of the building* ã bli/ue to it * ã 4ay be contrast +ith +hat is confroned at its termination* ã 4ay be continued on into the building s interior se/uence of spaces*  ã bscuring the distinction B56 & outside* T.es o3 a..roach!'a 4rontal! ã 7eads directly to the entrance along astraight,a8ial path* ã he visual goal terminates the approach clear or it may be th entire front fa3ade or an elaborated entrance +ith the plane* b 5bli6ue! ã Enhance the effect of perspective on front fa3ade & form of abuilding* ã 9edicted one or more times to delay & prolong the se/uence of the approach* ã If the building is approached at e8treme angle ,its rntrance can  pro:ect beyond its fa3ade to be more clearly visible c s.iral! ã  prolongs the se/uence of the approach ã emphasi;es the .D form* ã 4ight be vie+ed intermittently during the approach to clarify its  position* ã 4ay be hidden until the point arrival* 2 Entrance  Entrance for   building , room, landscape ,distinguish one space from another  The act o3 entering! ã  passage through an implied plane established by to+ pillars or overhead beam* ã Change in level*<< he entrance into the space is best signified by establishing areal or implied  plane perpendicular to the path of the approach* Entrance *ategories !'  4ay be grouped formally into ' flush , pro:ected , recessed *  4lush Entrance !' ã 4aintain the continuity of the surface of a +all* ã Can be decide if deliberately obscured*  A .ro7ected Entrance!' ã 2orm as transitional space , announces its function to the approach* ã Provides over head shelter* A recessed Entrance !' ã Provides shelter* ã 9eceives apportion of e8tension space into the realon of the building* Entrance & ( 8ocation)! !*Centered +ith the frontal plane *-*Placed off center *  The notion o3 an entrance can be -isuall rein3orced b !' !*4a)ing the opening lo+er , +inder , or narro+er than anticipated ,-*Deep or circuitous*.*Articulating the opening +ith ornamentation or decorative embellishment*  *on3iguration o3 the .ath!'  All paths are linear have start & end point 5 the contor of the path depends on the mode of transportation* a 8inear !' ã rgani;ing element for a series of space* ã It can be curvelinear or segmented , intersect other paths have  pranches or form a loop* b 9adial!' 7inear paths e8tending from at central or common point * c S.iral ! $ingle , conscious path srcinates from a central point revolved it * d Grid ! Consist of t+o sets of parallel paths interested at regular intervals & create s/uare or rectangular fields of space * e *o$.osite!  A combination of the preceding patterns* $cale 0form 0 length 0 place center of activity = >DE$?* Entrances to rooms & halls @ vertical elements* : ath' s.ace relationshi.s!'a ass b s.aces!' ã he integrity of each space is maintained * ã he configuration of the path is fle8ible* ã 4ediating spaces can be used to lin) the path +ith spaces* b ass b s.aces!' ã he path may pass through a space a8ially , obli/uely , along its edge* ã In outing through a space ,the path creates patterns of rest & movement +ith in it * c Ter$inate in a s.ace! ã he location of the space establishes the path * ã his path 0 space relationship is used to approach & enter functionally or symbolically important spaces* ; 4or$ o3 the circulation s.ace! 2orm of the circulation space varies according to'!*Its boundaries defined*-*he form of spaces it lin)s .*ualities of scale, proportion, light ,vie+ +hich are articulated*  #*It handles changes in level +ith stairs & ramps* A circulation s.ace $a be! !*Enclosed' lin) bet+een entrance and spaces*-*pen on one side' creates visual & spatial continuity*.*pen on both sides' creates physical e8tension*


Jul 23, 2017
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