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FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE AND FINEARTS

BARTOLOME, KAREN A. AR. MA. ANTONIA JENNIFER NARDO


AR508/ CORRCOURSE

ARCH.INTERIOR, TROPICAL DESIGN, SCENCO & HOUSING

Q1: A stone finish obtained by chiselling roughly parallel grooves across the face.
A1: BOASTED SURFACE
Source:A Visual dictionary of Architecture. pg.237
Q2: It is a class of rock that has undergone a change in structure, texture, or
composition due to natural agencies. as heat and pressure especially when the rock
becomes harder and more crystalline.
A2: METAMORPHIC ROCK
Source: A Visual dictionary of Architecture. pg.236
Q3: It the result of mixing pigments, dyes, and colorants
A3: SUBTRACTIVE COLOR
Source: Interior Color by Design, Poore,Jonathan. pg.13
Q4: It is an intermediate floor level placed between a floor and the ceiling above in
which the floor area is not more than one-third of the room in which it is located
A4: MEZANNINE
Source: The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, Kennon, Katherine. pg.454
Q5: It is the leading edge of the tread on a stair and of the landing within a stairwel
A5: NOZING
Source: The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, Kennon, Katherine. pg.454
Q6: An interior or exterior way of passage from one place to another such as walks,
corridors, courtyards, stairways, ramps.
A7: CIRCULATION PATH
Source: The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, Kennon, Katherine. pg.449
Q8: An unenclosed path of travel that forms part of a exit access or the space between
elements such as furniture and equipment that provides clearance to pass by and/or
use the elements.
A8: AISLE
Source: The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, Kennon, Katherine. pg.447
Q9: It is a form of energy, contained in substances as molecular motion or appearing a
select magnetic radiation in space
A9: HEAT
Source: The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, Kennon, Katherine. pg.447
Q10: It is set of atmospheric conditions prevailing at a given place and time.
A10:WEATHER
Source: Introduction to Architectural Science,Szokalay, Steven. pg. 22
Q11: ___________ is the simplest practical tools for depicting the suns apparent
movement
A11: SUN-PATH DIAGRAM
Source:Introduction to Architectural Science, Szokalay, Steven. pg. 24
Q12: An apartment consisting of a single. multi-functional room, a kitchen or kitchenette,
bathroom.
A12: STUDIO APARTMENT
Source: Introduction to Architectural Science, Szokalay, Steven. pg.139
Q13: ___________ is a control of heat ow, for which three different mechanisms can
be distinguished: reective, resistive and capacitive.
A13: INSULATION
Source:Introduction to Architectural Science, Szokalay, Steven. pg. 42
Q14: A house having separate apartments for two families. esp. a two-story house
having a complete apartment on each floor and two separate entrances.
A14: DUPLEX HOUSE
Source:Introduction to Architectural Science, Szokalay, Steven. pg.138
Q15: A row of houses or residential street on or near the top of a slope.
A15: TERRACE
Source:Introduction to Architectural Science, Szokalay, Steven. pg.139