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9/4/2023 ARCH 302: INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING LEC 3: SITE ANALYSIS PROCESS AND REQUIREMENTS Dr. Sahera Bleibleh Dr. Lindita Bande Dr. Mohamed Mahgoub Eng. Rahma Adan Eng. Fayez Fikry ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 1 OBJECTIVES: 1. Introduce students to the Architectural Engineering professions, roles and responsibilities [1,2]. 2. Discuss an engineering design process through technical and contextual analyses [4]. 3. Explain building design and systems integrations [1,2]. 4. Communicate design solutions effectively through oral and graphical materials, techniques and modern engineering tools [5]. ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering 2 Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 9/4/2023 Project Process ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 3 UAEU Campus Site ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering 4 Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 9/4/2023 Site Analysis Site Analysis is the process of surveying or studying the existing environment, context, and how it will influence the structure’s design and spatial layout on the site. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/472666923372885351/ ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 5 Factors of Site Analysis Physical Factors: • Topography • Geographic location • Plant material • Water • Climate • Solar orientation • Prevailing winds • Soil Regulatory Factors: • Zoning Ordinances • Codes • Covenants • Historical Requirements Sensory Factors: • Views • Sounds https://www.lcfisher-architect.com/process ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering 6 Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 9/4/2023 Step 1: Establish the Development Context • Designing a building is a complex process. • Development projects without analysis of how the proposal relates to its context often result in unnecessarily consequent and difficulties. https://www.archdaily.com/645488/botanica-khao-yai-vin-varavarn-architects/5588b6e8e58ecef4b500007e-botanica-khao-yai-vin-varavarn-architects-drawing-3 https://www.archdaily.com/153306/isabella-stewart-gardner-expansion-renzo-piano-building-workshop/plansketch ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 7 The development context involves: • Planning and Development Objectives of the Site Clarifying the Development Plan requirements. • Relationship of the Site to the Local Environment • Understanding issues about locality’s identity, character, streetscape and the relationship of the site to it’s surrounding environment. https://www.wrtdesign.com/work/muhlenberg-college-campus-master-plan https://www.middleeastarchitect.com/41084-video-riba-chartered-architects-in-the-uae-speak-about-market-changes-protection-of-older-buildings-and-a-shift-towards ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering 8 Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 9/4/2023 Relationship of the Site to Adjoining Properties The relationship of the proposed development to its neighbors is of critical importance and must take into account factors extending beyond the site. Physical Characteristics of the Site The arrangement of buildings and spaces on a site will influence the building 'footprint', private open space, semi-public open space, setbacks for amenity, street appearance, existing shade trees, access and parking, services and facilities. https://www.freelancer.com/u/tndstudio007/portfolio/Site-Analysis-6639818?w=f&ngsw-bypass= ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 9 Step 2: Understand the Site • Understanding the site is critical in refining and shaping the eventual development. A site analysis process will help this understanding. • It enables both on-site and off-site constraints and opportunities to be identified. • A Site Analysis Plan will vary depending on the nature of the development, the size of the site and the prevailing context. • The site analysis establishes the development context, identifying and explaining graphically: 1.The key influences on the design; and 2.How the proposed development will relate to the immediate surroundings ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering 10 Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 9/4/2023 How the proposed development will relate to the immediate surroundings? Reference to street character is also important. Street character can provide important clues for successful integration and may influence site layout, landscape, alignment of the design of the proposed development in relation to the streetscape. https://www.re-thinkingthefuture.com/fresh-perspectives/a564-what-is-a-streetscape-and-why-architects-should-care/ https://www.firstinarchitecture.co.uk/architecture-site-analysis-guide-2/ ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 11 Step 3: Prepare a Site Analysis Plan • A Site Analysis Plan is a critical tool in the design and assessment of development applications. • A Site Analysis Plan must be to scale and should identify development opportunities and constraints. • It should be used to influence the design of a development, to minimize negative impacts and compliment neighborhood character. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/76772368634856002/ ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering 12 Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 9/4/2023 Example of Site Analysis https://www.pinterest.com/pin/363736107388560539/ ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 13 Example of Solar Study in Site Analysis https://bimbakery.co/product/sun-path-object/ https://www.pinterest.com/pin/166422148705551344/ ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering 14 Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 9/4/2023 Site analysis with Vehicular study https://www.firstinarchitecture.co.uk/architecture-site-analysis-guide-2/ https://www.archdaily.com/785806/student-housing-cf-moller/5715c546e58eceac8b00013a-student-housing-cf-moller-flows-diagram ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 15 Site Analysis studying the pro and cons of existing facilities ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering 16 Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 9/4/2023 Site Analysis Plan A typical Site Analysis Plan might look like the plan on the right. It may also identify any important character attributes of the adjacent existing development. http://cavrep.com.au/S/SITEANALYSIS(PLAN).html ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 17 Arial Photography of Site, UAEU. ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering 18 Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 9/4/2023 Step 4: Site Analysis Plan and Statement A Site Analysis Statement prepared by the applicant explaining how the design has responded to the Site Analysis Plan will greatly assist the design and assessment processes, resulting in a significant improvement in the quality of the development and should accompany the Site Analysis Plan. During the site analysis process: 1. Identify issues to consider in the design process; and 2. The design elements applicable to the particular development should be identified following the site analysis process and these elements should guide the design process. ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 19 Analysis Checklist Site Analysis Plan Checklist : • Contours (and geo-technical conditions where appropriate) • Existing vegetation including significant trees • Buildings (including any that are to be retained) • Views to and from the site • Access and connection points • Drainage and services * • Orientation, microclimate and noise sources • Contaminated soils and filled areas (if relevant) * • Fences, boundaries and easements * • Other notable feature ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering 20 Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 9/4/2023 Surrounding Environment Analysis Checklist • Location and use of adjacent and neighboring buildings and out-buildings • Abutting private open spaces and habitable room windows which have outlooks toward the site * • Views and solar access • Major trees and vegetation • Heritage characteristics * • Location and height of walls built to the site boundary * • Characteristics of any adjacent and nearby development, including characteristic and styles • Street frontage features such as service poles, street trees, kern crossovers, and other services • Built form and character of adjacent and nearby development, and characteristic styles • Building levels * ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh 21 Thank you. 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9/4/2023

ARCH 302: INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING

LEC 3: SITE ANALYSIS PROCESS AND
REQUIREMENTS

Dr. Sahera Bleibleh
Dr. Lindita Bande
Dr. Mohamed Mahgoub
Eng. Rahma Adan
Eng. Fayez Fikry
ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering

Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh

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OBJECTIVES:
1. Introduce students to the Architectural Engineering professions, roles and
responsibilities [1,2].
2. Discuss an engineering design process through technical and contextual
analyses [4].
3. Explain building design and systems integrations [1,2].
4. Communicate design solutions effectively through oral and graphical
materials, techniques and modern engineering tools [5].

ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering

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Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh

9/4/2023

Project Process

ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering

Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh

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UAEU Campus Site

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Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh

9/4/2023

Site Analysis

Site Analysis is the process of surveying or studying the existing
environment, context, and how it will influence the structure’s design
and spatial layout on the site.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/472666923372885351/

ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering

Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh

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Factors of Site Analysis
Physical Factors:
• Topography
• Geographic location
• Plant material
• Water
• Climate
• Solar orientation
• Prevailing winds
• Soil
Regulatory Factors:
• Zoning Ordinances
• Codes
• Covenants
• Historical Requirements
Sensory Factors:
• Views
• Sounds
https://www.lcfisher-architect.com/process

ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering

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Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh

9/4/2023

Step 1: Establish the Development Context
• Designing a building is a complex process.
• Development projects without analysis of how the proposal relates to
its context often result in unnecessarily consequent and difficulties.

https://www.archdaily.com/645488/botanica-khao-yai-vin-varavarn-architects/5588b6e8e58ecef4b500007e-botanica-khao-yai-vin-varavarn-architects-drawing-3
https://www.archdaily.com/153306/isabella-stewart-gardner-expansion-renzo-piano-building-workshop/plansketch

ARCH 302: Introduction to Architectural Engineering

Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh

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The development context involves:

• Planning and Development Objectives of the Site Clarifying the Development Plan
requirements.
• Relationship of the Site to the Local Environment
• Understanding issues about locality’s identity, character, streetscape and the relationship
of the site to it’s surrounding environment.

https://www.wrtdesign.com/work/muhlenberg-college-campus-master-plan
https://www.middleeastarchitect.com/41084-video-riba-chartered-architects-in-the-uae-speak-about-market-changes-protection-of-older-buildings-and-a-shift-towards

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Original content by: Dr. Sahera Bleibleh

9/4/2023

Relationship of the Site to Adjoining Properties
The relationship of the proposed development to its neighbors is of critical importance and
must take into account factors extending beyond the site.

Physical Characteristics of the Site
The arrangement of buildings
and spaces on a site will
influence the building
'footprint', private open space...


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