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CHAPTER I

 A residential are is a land use in which


housing predominates, as opposed to
industrial and commercial areas. Housing
may vary significantly between, and
through, residential areas. These include
single family housing, multiple family
housing such as apartments, duplexes,
townhomes (or similar configurations),
condominiums or mobile homes.

 In certain residential areas, largely rural,
quite large tracts of land may exist which
have no services whatsoever. Because a
large distance must be traveled to access
the nearest services, most journeys
involve using a motor vehicle or some
other form of transport. This need has
resulted in Residential land development
usually existing or planned infrastructure
such as rail and road.
 The pattern of development is usually set
forth in the restrictive covenants
contained in the deeds to the properties in
the development, but may also result from
or be reinforced by zoning. Restrictive
covenants are not easily changed as the
agreement of all property owners (many of
whom may not live in the area) may need
to be obtained to effect a change. The area
may also be large or small.
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

 This study aims to make a proposed interior


environment for St. Ezekiel Homes located
at Eroreco Subdivision, Bacolod City.

y , it aims to provide answers to the identified subje
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

1.What are the Elements and principles


of design that would best suit for the
required interior of the St. Ezekiel
Homes Building?
2.What are the required areas and utility
needed?
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

3.What are the specific design concept


that is appropriate in designing the
interior environment of the St.
Ezekiel Homes Building?
4.What are the types of materials to be
used in the construction of St.
Ezekiel Homes?

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

 It must be remembered that an


interior design must not be taken for
granted. Its effectiveness could be
easily detected through the
convenience it offers. Its quality and
design call the attention of the people
using the space.
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

• This study will benefit the following


individuals:

THE OCCUPANTS

– The occupants would greatly benefit from the


proposed project through acquiring
residences that will cater to their needs.

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

THE YOUNG PEOPLE


– young people who wants to live on their


own and be independent often takes
a condo or a place that they could
call home and the units could cater to
their needs as young adults who
wants to be independent.

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

THE RESEARCHER

– This study is important to the researcher


in relation to his/her chosen course,
for it challenges him greatly to be
able to come up with an effective and
ideal solution to the said research.
Finally, this study will develop the
character of the researcher through
the promotion of hard work,
dedication and the love of learning.

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

OTHER RESEARCHERS

– This study could also provide


information for the students who will
be conducting related study on the
development of residences, and
similar fields. This could really help
others by providing data and
information pertinent to their works.

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

THE FUTURE RESEARCHERS


– This study will provide useful


information for the future researchers
as reference to their conducted
proposals for building design and
enhancement.
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

 In conceiving this study, different theories


of learning and knowledge have been
used and quoted. The following are the
main concepts and constructs upon this
study is based.
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

 Eleanor McMillen Brown, in her work


 “Sixty Years of Interior Design”
“Sixty Years of Interior Design”
 “Contemporary painting and sculpture
are happy with furniture of the past.
Fabrics of contemporary colors and
textures and suitable and appealing on
old chairs. Old patterns seem excitingly
fresh when rejuvenated by a
contemporary palette. Modern Lighting
and ventilation enhance otherwise
traditional rooms.”
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

Van Day Truex, in his work


“The Man who Defined Twentieth- Century Taste”

 “there is nothing more trite than a period


room imposed on a contemporary
setting.”

THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

Frank A. Parson, in his work


“Interior Decoration : It’s Principle and Practice”

 It’s Principle and Practice” said that “a


house is but the normal expression of
one’s intellectual concept of fitness and his
aesthetic ideal of what is beautiful.”

THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

 John Saldino’s work said that


 “the most successful buildings
demonstrate harmonious relationships
in scale, whether extremely to their
surroundings, or internally to their
occupants.”
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

Albert Hadley, in his work


e story of America’s Pre eminent Interior Design
Albert Hadley
 “a designer must understand that taste is not a
standard but the power to discern, to
concentrate. Taste is an appreciation of order
and a sure knowledge of what constitute of
fitness. These concepts can be learned through
education, travel, experience, and living. In
learning these principles, the person will come to
understand that a room-any-room is simply an
enclosure of space and time for a specific
purpose. The challenge is to know what is
suitable in these defined space.

Conceptual
Framework
This study envisions to design a residential spaces
which achieves modernity, comfort, style, harmony, and
balance that meets the needs and wants of the people
who seeks satisfaction. A place where one can see
elegance in simplicity that develops a friendly
community that can freely be effective to build a family,
a community.

Below is a model paradigm, which sited the processes and shows how this study
is being worked out.
INPUT

PR
OC
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OUTPUT
CONDOMINIUM
is a form of home ownership in which

individual units of a larger complex are sold


not rented. These units maybe renovated
apartments, townhouses or even
commercial warehouses.

PENT HOUSE
 a special apartment on the top floor of a
building.
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STUDIO TYPE APARTMENT
a small apartment usually consisting of one
main living space, a small kitchen, and a
bathroom.
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HOME
is a place of residence or refuge and
comfort. It is usually a place in which an
individual or a family can rest and be able
to store personal property.
RESIDENTIAL
is a land use in which housing

predominates, as opposed to industrial and


commercial areas.


PARLOR ROOM
 a room in a private home set apart for the
entertainment of visitors. It is a small lounge or
sitting room affording limited privacy, as at an inn
or tavern.

GAME ROOM
a recreation room for noisy activities,
especially a room used for table games,
such as pool or table tennis. ( rumpus
room, playroom )


ANTE ROOM
 an outer room that leads to another room
and that is often used as waiting room

PATIO
 a part of a structure having some specific
characteristic or function, “ the spacious
cooking area provided plenty of room for
servants”.
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COURTYARD
a space enclosed by walls, adjoining or in

a castle or other large building.



BEDROOM
is a private room where people usually

sleep for the night or relax during the day.


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MASTER BEDROOM 

 a room in the house in which the head of


the house sleeps. Sometimes it is
dedicated to a bathroom, often called as
ensuite.
LIVING ROOM
 often called as sitting room, lounge room,
or lounge. It is a room for entertaining
guests, reading, watching TV or other
activities.
DINING ROOM
 is a room for consuming food. In modern
times it is usually adjacent to the kitchen for
convenience in serving. It is the principal
rooms used for meals, in which the family
in a private house, or guests in a hotel,
come together at mealtimes.
KITCHEN
a room or an area equipped for preparing

food. It is usually connected to dining room.


TOILET AND BATH



 the process or dressing or grooming one’s


self. It is a room or shelter in which to
defecate or urinate.
MODERN
characteristic of present and recent time ;

contemporary ; not ancient or remote. It is


pertaining to, or characteristic of contemporary
styles of art, literature, music, etc.

CONTEMPORARY 

 often also used as synonym for “modern”.


It also means present time
This study is limited to the interior

environment of the proposed St.


Ezekiel Homes.

 Also, it is required to comply with the


requirements of the following areas:

SCOPE AND LIMITATION

 STUDIO  CONDO TYPE UNIT


 APARTMENT 

  1- BEDROOM
LIVING AND DINING LIVING/ DINING/ KITCHEN

BEDROOM
 BEDROOM
 2- BEDROOM

 LIVING/ DINING/ KITCHEN
 BEDROOM

SCOPE AND LIMITATION

 PENTHOUSE

 LIVING ROOM
 DINING
 KITCHEN
 GAMEROOM
 PARLOR
 MASTER’S BEDROOM
The research will focus working on the following
presentation drawings:

 SITE DEVELOPMENT  FLOOR TREATMENT PLAN


PLAN  INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE
 MAPPINGS DRAWINGS
 VICINITY MAP  FURNITURE DESIGNS
 FLOOR PLANS  SWATCHES AND SAMPLES
 FUNCTIONAL AREAS  SCALE MODEL
 FURNITURE LAY-OUT  COST ESTIMATES
 SECTIONAL ELEVATION  EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE
 REFLECTED CEILING
PLAN

RESEARCH DESIGN
 The kind of method to be used in this
study will be descriptive method of
 research. The term descriptive research
refers to the type of research question,
 design, and data analysis that will be
applied to a given topic. (Glass &
Hopkins, 1984). It often uses visual aids
such as graphs and charts to aid the
reader in understanding the data
distribution.
RESEARCH
ENVIRONMENT
 The research will be conducted in corner
Galvez Road Figueroa St. Bacolod City.

D ATA GATH ERIN G


PROCED URE
The following procedures to gather data will be used in
this study:
LIBRARY RESEARCH
 This includes data gathered from
libraries. The library technique in the
 collection of data is a way which the
researcher can employ in order to
 realize the objectives in the said study.

Various materials in the study are


used
 by the researchers, such as books,
magazines, encyclopedias,
dictionaries,
 periodicals and handouts are useful
references to advance the study of
the
INTERVIEWS
 Interviews are particularly useful for
getting the story behind an
occupants likes and dislikes. The
main task in interviewing is to
understand the meaning of what
the interviewees say. Interviews
are among the most challenging
and rewarding forms of
measurement. They require a
personal sensitivity and
adaptability as well as the ability to
stay within the bounds of the
OBSERVATION
 Observation is a complex research method
because it often requires the researcher to play
a number of roles and to use a number of
techniques, including her/his five senses, to
collect data. In addition, despite the level of
involvement with the study group, the
researcher must always remember her/his
primary role as a researcher and remain
detached enough to collect and analyze data
relevant to the problem under investigation. The
purpose of this article is to describe in some
depth the types of roles a researcher can
assume during an observational study. In
addition, an overview of some of the
characteristics unique to observational research,
as well as validity and reliability and ethical
issues, are addressed.
DATA TREATMENT
Data gathered will be treated using Slovin’s

Formula to get the accurate degree of the


respondents to be studied.

n = number of samples
 The formula is as follows:
N = total population

e = margin of error

= 28 respondents
The respondents to be studied must

be 28 out of 30 considering the 5%


margin of error, for those who give
their views about St. Ezekiel Homes,
based on Slovin’s Formula with the
equation above.
This chapter presents the
results and the discussion
of the data gathered, in
accordance to the response
of the subjects during the
survey.
Design Concept
Color Scheme
Materials for Furniture
Floor Furnish
CHAPTER V
 This chapter deals with the conclusion and
recommendations based on the results
and analysis of the survey. All design
solutions in the succeeding chapters of
this study shall be dependent upon this
presentation
2- BEDROOM UNIT (CONDO TYPE)

ON FUNCTION ON AESTHETICS


• The space was designed • Vibrant colors were


to establish an applied, in order to give
ambiance of tranquility a pleasant or catchy
and peacefulness and look. It is a variety of
yet will not compromise colors that blend
the modernized and up together to give such
to date design. energetic feel.

2- BEDROOM UNIT (CONDO TYPE)

ON MATERIALS
  ON UTILITIES
• Local materials such as • Cove lighting was used to give
natural finishes were the room, either warm or
cool accent according to the
included in the list of environment and/or in
materials for easy accordance to the
accessibility and fast occupant’s want. On the
shipment and of fair other hand, recessed light
amount, though can be used to give
formality to the room. A few
precisely of good track lights will be used to
quality. emphasize the wall fixtures.
2- BEDROOM UNIT (CONDO TYPE)

ON FURNITURE DESIGN

• Applying modern contemporary furniture design, of steel


and wood matter and a slight touch of glass ones; will
put a wild and stylish rhythm, yet comfortable and
amusing.

STUDIO TYPE APARTMENT

ON FUNCTION ON AESTHETICS


• The space will be enough • Application of cool colors


for a regular size family give a soothing
to live in. Though the expression. It will be
space is small, yet it has more on pastel colors like
a maximized occupation ----light shades of ----
for every need of the blue, green and purple. It
tenants. It will turn down will give a calm and
the melancholic comfortable mood by
impression of studio providing an appearance
apartments. of a serene and relaxing
environment.
STUDIO TYPE APARTMENT

ON MATERIALS ON UTILITIES


• Natural and local • The used of recessed


materials can be used ceiling lights and up
to show the richness lighters can give a little
and beauty of our drama on the said
resources and blended space.
with contemporary
elements to create a
good ambiance.
STUDIO TYPE APARTMENT

ON FURNITURE DESIGN

• Modern contemporary materials and local resources are


combined to create designs in furniture and can bring
aesthetically functional designs.

LIVING ROOM

ON FUNCTION
 ON AESTHETICS
• The space planning must • The neutral schemes
establish aesthetically show a different taste
functional design that in terms of the
would create an elegance and class.
ambiance of style and Modern contemporary
out of the ordinary. best suits the
components of design
LIVING ROOM

ON MATERIALS ON UTILITIES


• Natural and local • In order to achieve an
materials can be used easeful and relaxed
to show the richness feeling, indirect lighting
and beauty of our is applied, with the
resources and blended used of recessed lights
with contemporary and pendant lighting.
elements to create
great ambiance.
LIVING ROOM

ON FURNITURE DESIGN


• Natural design such as wood, mixed with steel and glass
gives an aesthetically- functional furniture.

DINING AND KITCHEN

ON FUNCTION ON AESTHETICS


• Traffic flow and • The use of neutral colors


clearances must be with accents of warm
considered. colors can help
stimulate the dining
pleasure and bring
sophisticated
environment.
DINING AND KITCHEN

ON MATERIALS
 ON UTILITIES

• A combination of modern • The use of soft low


and natural materials lightings sets the dining
fused into one can mood perfectly. Start
create a new design with an overall light
innovation. that is capable of
providing bright warm
atmosphere.
DINING AND KITCHEN

ON FURNITURE DESIGN

• Modern contemporary materials and local resources are


combined to create designs in furniture and can bring
aesthetically functional designs.
MASTER’S BEDROOM

ON FUNCTION
 ON AESTHETICS

• The space must be • The use of neutral colors


comfortable and gives elegance and a
relaxing enough and unique effect. It is more
must establish in black and some
aesthetically functional shades of gray.
design that would
create an impact to the
observer.
MASTER’S BEDROOM

ON MATERIALS ON UTILITIES


• A combination of modern • The use of indirect
and natural materials lighting can be applied
fused into one can to add a unique sense
create a new design of style and to make it
innovation. slightly dimmer.
MASTER’S BEDROOM

 ON FURNITURE DESIGN
• Natural materials such as wood, combined with modern
contemporary material gives an aesthetically
functional furniture.
GAMEROOM

ON FUNCTION
 ON AESTHETICS
• Proper space planning • By harmonizing the colors
must establish in order and styles, the room
to attain its function as can create a feeling
a recreational area. that so bright and
lively. Vibrant colors
are applied to this
space.
GAMEROOM

ON MATERIALS
 ON UTILITIES
• The use of wood planks • The use of recessed
would be applicable lights and hanging
and it will compliment pendants create a
the design concept. magnificent lighting
effect in this area.
GAMEROOM

ON FURNITURE DESIGN

• Modern and natural materials are combined to create


designs in furniture and can bring simplicity into the
place.
PARLOR ROOM

ON FUNCTION ON AESTHETICS


• The space has designed • The use of natural and


to give a peaceful and neutral colors gives a
a quiet atmosphere. peaceful and solemn
The place is primarily environment. The
to entertaining and Modern Contemporary
conversing with guests. concepts shows a
different outlook and
sense of style.
PARLOR ROOM

ON MATERIALS
 ON UTILITIES
• The use of modern • The use of recessed
materials with touches ceiling lights and up
of contemporary lighters can provide the
designs, styles and basic background light
material create a and create a unique
different intimate and sense of style.
cozy feeling.
PARLOR ROOM

ON FURNITURE DESIGN


• Modern Contemporary materials and local resources are
combined to create designs in furniture and can bring
aesthetically functional designs.