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  • DESIGNER CAFE

    DESIGNER EXHIBITION SPACE

    STUDENT NAME _______________________________________________

    Department of Interior Architecture & Design

    STUDENT NAME :--------------------------

    BTEC H.N.D. FIRST YEAR

  • COURSE MODULES

    FETAC LEVEL 6 (4 modules)

    1ST

    YEAR BTEC HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN 3D STUDIES (Interior Architecture)

    MODULES STUDIED 1 DRAWING TECNIQUES & APPROACHES 2 HISTORICAL & CONTEXTURAL REFERENCING 3 PROPERTIES OF 3D MATERIALS AND MEDIA 4 3D TECHNOLOGY & PROCESSES 5 DESIGN METHOD 6 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 7 DESIGN PRINCIPLES 8 INTERIOR DESIGN

    MODULES FETAC

    1 Communications 2 Architectural Drawings & Presentation 3 Interior Design Method 4 Drawing

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    Work experience elements will be included in each module

    ALSO A MINIMUM OF EIGHT HOURS PEER MENTORING

    MUST BE COMPLETED. (See auxiliary brief)

  • MODULES STUDIED & TUTORS HND

    DRAWING TECNIQUES & APPROACHES TUTOR: KEITH KENNEDY

    HISTORICAL & CONTEXTURAL REFERENCING TUTOR: MARIAN FITTON

    PROPERTIES OF 3D MATERIALS AND MEDIA TUTOR: MARIAN FITTON

    3D TECHNOLOGY & PROCESSES TUTOR: JEAN MC NICHOLL

    DESIGN METHOD TUTOR: MARIAN FITTON

    COMPUTER APPLICATIONS TUTOR: ELAINE LYNCH/DEIDRE

    DESIGN PRINCIPLES TUTOR: MARIAN FITTON

    INTERIOR DESIGN TUTOR: BIBI CHAMBERS

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    Modules to tutors FETAC

    5 Communications GER GREEN

    6 Architectural Drawings & Presentation JEAN MC NICHOLL

    7 Interior Design Method BIBI CHAMBERS

    8 Drawing KEITH KENNEDY

  • For Further information on Modules www.fetac.ie/modules COLLEGE RULES AND REGULATIONS For information on all college rules and regulations please refer to the student Diary or college website. www.stjohnscollege.ie RULES WITHIN INTERIOR DESIGN DEPT.

    1 NO LIQUIDS OR FOOD OF ANY KIND ARE PERMITTED IN THE INTERIOR DESIGN TEACHING ROOMS.

    2 STUDENTS ARE ASKED OUT OF CONSIDERATION TO OTHERS TO LEAVE THE DRAFTING DESK OR WORK AREA AS YOU FOUND IT.

    3 RECYCLING BINS ARE PROVIDED IN THE ROOM FOR PAPER & CARD PLEASE USE THEM CORRECTLY.ALL OTHER RUBBISH GOES INTO STAINLESS BINS

    4 THE INTERIOR DESIGN OFFICE AREA IS OFF LIMITS TO ALL STUDENTS.

    5 STORAGE CUPBOARDS MARKED STAFF ONLY ARE OFF LIMITS TO STUDENTS

    6 STUDENTS WISHING TO PRINT MUST GET PERMISSION FROM A MEMBER OF THE TEACHING TEAM.

    7 PLEASE NOT THERE IS A SMOKING ZONE ALLOCATED ON GOUND LEVEL NEXT TO CANTEEN

    SERVICES AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS

    1 STUDY SUPPORT 2 MENTORING (BY PEERS) 3 INFORMATION RESOURCE CENTRE/OLIVER 4 MOODLE 5 GUIDENCE AND COUNCILLING

    http://www.stjohnscollege.ie/

  • SECTION A

    All Module briefs for project one

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    Unit Level:H1 Unit Code:21529P Unit Value:1

    Module:3D Technology & Processes

    Project : CAFE

    Tutor: JEAN Start Date:

    Completion: GENERAL BRIEF You are required to design a caf in a setting of your choice with/without outdoor seating. The caf must be modern in appearance and original, with a unique name and logo. The cafe should measure a maximum of 35sq metres and should facilitate seating for 20-35 people. The caf will serve coffee, teas, cakes and sandwiches etc and as all food will be prepared off-site, a large kitchen area is not essential. The caf requires a small unisex toilet to serve all clientele and the service and payment area needs to be well arranged to prevent loss of revenue.

    PASS OUTCOMES TO BE ACHIEVED Learners evidence shows : Tick box

    P1 research and record examples of the creative and functional use of specific technologies and processes in the work of others

    collect , study and review specific technical data relating to interior design construction including relevant building regulations

    P2 identify and record examples of the creative use of 3D technologies and processes

    have detailed understanding of different construction methods including structural concrete and steel and the functions of internal finishes including partitions, doors and windows, floors and lighting

    Lectures and evidence in project work

    P3 use a range of technology and processes

    take a written test based on construction technologies and regulations demonstrating detailed comprehension

    P4 .2 experiment creatively and extensively with technology and processes

    Research and produce a minimum of two fully specified drawings. One showing the use of concrete and the other steel in construction design.

    P5 produce design work which explores the creative and functional potential of specific technologies and processes

    design a title block and format for producing Cad and general presentation drawings incorporation logo

    This outcome is only partially

  • completed on this project and is combined with the other project

    P6 produce design work which exploits the use of selected technologies and processes in achieving creative and functional results

    Produce free hand sketch designs and drawings for project which explore both materials and construction methods

    P7 gather feedback from others in assessing the effects of specific technologies and processes

    Select a design element, and devise a questionnaire to assess a sample groups response to same, Analyse the data and produce a short report.

    P8 present an understanding of the aesthetic and functional effects of using 3D technologies and processes

    o On next project

    MERIT OUTCOMES Learners evidence shows : Tick box

    M1 identify and apply strategies to find appropriate solutions

    Exploration of several different approaches to cafe design and toilets

    M2 select/ design and appropriate methods/techniques

    detailed specifications for materials and production methods for final designs

    M3 present and communicate appropriate findings

    application of appropriate styles for cad drawings

    DISTINCTION OUTCOMES Learners evidence shows : Tick box

    D1 use critical reflection to evaluate own work and justify valid conclusions

    Clearly annotated specification and details of design

    D2 take responsibility for managing and organising activities

    Appropriate use of conventions for final presentation to include 3D imaging

    D3 demonstrate convergent/lateral/creative thinking

    Originality in the use of materials and technology

  • 2011/12 FETAC Module: Architectural Drawings Presentation A30222 Module descriptor available at:

    Architectural Drawing and Presentation Code Level Title Type Domain AATDX 6 Architectural Technology and Design Major 4.1.X http://www.fetac.ie/fetac/awardsDirectory.do?method=getMinorAwardDetails&am p;minorAwardId=914

    Teacher: Jean McNicholl Murphy Hours p/w: 3 hours (included in time allocated to 3D Technology and Design) Mandatory Aims of Module are to: understand and apply the general principals of drawing practice and of drawing standards, produce and present building layout and construction information with clarity and consistency, generate drawings that incorporate a grid reference and that meet with the requirements of a brief, demonstrate an awareness of the details of construction used in the erection of larger building types, produce an orthographic projection of a building and render it by the use of shading and colour,

    Assessment is devised by the internal assessor.

    Collection Of work 20% 5 Drawings

    Assignment 20% A brief in two parts that requires the candidate to

    demonstrate a knowledge of the make up and function of working drawings and specifications.

    Concrete construction/ steel construction

    Project 60% 2 project briefs that require candidates to demonstrate the

    ability to produce fully completed sets of documentation

    http://www.fetac.ie/fetac/awardsDirectory.do?method=getMinorAwardDetails&minorAwardId=914

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    Module Brief Unit Level:H1 Unit Code:21533P Unit Value:1

    Module: DESIGN METHOD Project : CAFE

    Tutor: Start Date: Completion:

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    You are required to design a caf in a setting of your choice with/without outdoor seating. The caf must be modern in appearance and original, with a unique name and logo. The cafe should measure a maximum of 35sq metres and should facilitate seating for 20-35 people. The caf will serve coffee, teas, cakes and sandwiches etc and as all food will be prepared off-site, a large kitchen area is not essential. The caf requires a small unisex toilet to serve all clientele and the service and payment area needs to be well arranged to prevent loss of revenue.

    PASS OUTCOMES Learners evidence shows : Tick box

    P1 research the phases of the design development cycle

    o Document the design process of the cafe to include, research, design development and preparation of final presentation pieces.

    P2 identify the phases of design development in relation to design work in a commercial context

    o Organise the phases of the design development of the cafe in a systematic order with tabulation

    P3 identify distinct stages of development in relation to o