Interior Design (Principles& Practice) by Partap Rao M.
By Partap Rao M.
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I 58 INTERIORDESIGNSPRINCIPLESANDPRACTICE (b) Poor wall and roof joints allow nun water seepage. (c) During excessive cold weather conditions, moisture is deposited on the walls and roof. (d) Poor workmanship during construction like laying improper slopes for disposal of rain water, gaps in roof and wall joints, poor pipe joints etc. The dampness in buildings create unhealthy living conditions, breaking and cracking of walls and roofs, crumbling of plaster, peeling of paint, growth ot fungus, corrosion of steel in RCC construction, damage to wood and electrical work, and breeds termites.
G) General illumination in a room should satisfy the brightness ratio of I: 10. Tj'Ie most important activity performed should be considered for deciding . ' (h) The number of light points should be decided based on the floor area space and the importance of the activity performed. For example, in residences single point is sufficient upto 12 sq. m. and two light points are required for floor area upto 22 sq. m. . (i) Glare of a luminaire can be reduced by dimming or by using baffles, iouvers or diffusers.
90 m from the floor level. F. Verandah open on three sides increases air motion in an adjoining room. G. The average wind velocity inside a room may be around 27 percent of the out door air velocity. H. Openings of equal size are preferred in regions having fairly constant wind direction. 2. MECHANICAL VENTILATION A. Ventilation with fans Mechanical ventilation is necessary, where natural ventilation is not possible and to remove pollutants. The use of mechanical ventilation will allow for provision of air temperature control, humidity and purity.