Flashcards in Ballast: Chapter 10 - Building Analysis Deck (90)
What are the 4 major considerations during programming?
Function, Form, Economy, and Time
Programming Concept: Establishes an order of importance among things such as the size of spaces, the positioning of spaces relative to each other, and the social or cultural values expressed through architecture
Programming Concept: The affinities of people and activities. One of the most common
Programming Concept: The exercise or expression of authority through physical symbols (the corner office)
Programming Concept: A response to the image a client wants in the project. Combo of the look and aesthetic feel of the architecture
Programming Concept: Describes how a parcel of land, individual building, or space is used (typically rated low, medium, high)
Programming Concept: the placement of similar systems such as mechanical, electrical, comm, and plumbing
Programming Concept: A determination of whether activities should be integrated or compartmentalized
Programming Concept: A concern with how people are placed together based on their physical, social, and emotional characteristics
Programming Concept: Related to the concept of territoriality, is a place where a person can maintain their individuality
Programming Concept: Promotes the effective exchange of info or ideas by examining who communicates with whom and how exchanges are conducted
Programming Concept: How the project will promote or prevent socially and how the building/facility will relate to surrounding facilities
Programming Concept: Concerned with entry into a building and with making the facility accessible to all regardless of familiarity with the facility or with physical capabilities
Programming Concept: Relates to segregating the flow of people, cars, service access, and other activities of the building
Programming Concept: Intended to promote interaction among people
Programming Concept: Needed for both people and objects where a specific series of events or processes is needed
Programming Concept: Concerned with keeping people from feeling lost within a larger complex, typically by providing points of reference within a building or group of buildings
Programming Concept: Expansibility, Convertibility, or Versatility for example
Programming Concept: Allowing extra space for an activity that is likely to change in the future, rather than fitting the space precisely
Programming Concept: Focused on how to minimize the risk of injury or death
Programming Concept: Ways that both people and property can be protected
Programming Concept: Can be achieved by minimizing heating/cooling, using recycled/recyclable materials, etc
Programming Concept: Controls designed to meet human comfort needs
Programming Concept: Concerned with completing the project in stages to meet time and cost schedules
Programming Concept: Concerned with establishing a realistic preview of costs and a balanced budget to meet the client's available funds
What are the 5 steps of programming according to "Problem Seeking: An Architectural Programming Primer"?
Establishing Goals, Collecting Facts, Uncovering Concepts, Determining Needs, and Stating the Problem
Reduction in the price of a property due to the discovery of a problem.
A building whose function is secondary to that of the main structure.
Desirable features of or near a building that have the effect of increasing the property value