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|Title:||SERVICES IN RESEARCH LABORATORIES|
|Authors:||Pathak, K. N.|
|Keywords:||LABORATORIES;ELECTRNONIC COMPUTER;REVOLUTION;ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING|
|Abstract:||A notion often prevails among the arcbttecto that standardisation brings sterilisation in creative arts including architecture# This dissertation has been written with . an inquisitive mind to anaUse whether etandaz'dieation and optimisation really does any harm and whether these could be done without eterilieing the creativefaculty of a deaignor, particularly in areas which ought not and should not be left to intution or chance,, such an the s rvi es# circulation etc. nodular r planning has booøme the practise of the day and there is a greater scope of rationalteatton an the to teal Faculty of a designer can enter Into the domain of the creative faculty replacing intut ve work to a great extent, One of the atiking inventions of this century, the electronic-computer has revolutionised the technologies . all over the world. Presently# it is being used In a limited way in planning and architecture but a vast field is still open for exploration and Implementation.. A general study of different works together with this dissertation shown that rst.ion lioati.on or the use of computer in in no way a deterent to the architect t© create now forms,# rather it promotes the true synthesis of form and function,|
|Research Supervisor/ Guide:||Kumar, Rattan|
|Appears in Collections:||MASTERS' DISSERTATIONS ( A&P)|
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