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• 1.

The "Golden Section" is equal to?

• A.

1.816

• B.

1.86

• C.

1.618

• D.

1.68

Correct Answer
C. 1.618
Explanation
The "Golden Section" refers to a mathematical ratio known as the golden ratio or phi, which is approximately equal to 1.618. This ratio is found in various natural and man-made phenomena, such as the proportions of the human body, architecture, art, and music. It is considered aesthetically pleasing and has been used in design and composition for centuries.

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• 2.

The Ronchamp Church designed by Le Corbusier has the openings slant towards their centers at varying degrees, thus letting in light at different angles. This glass is sometimes clear, but is often decorated with small pieces of stained glass in typical Corbusier colors. What is the color Le Corbusier did not use for this project?

• A.

Red

• B.

Green

• C.

Yellow

• D.

Blue

Correct Answer
D. Blue
Explanation
Le Corbusier did not use blue color for the Ronchamp Church project. The question mentions that the glass used in the openings of the church is decorated with small pieces of stained glass in typical Corbusier colors. Since blue is not mentioned as one of the colors used, it can be inferred that it was not used for this project.

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• 3.

Which of the following is NOT the Le Corbusier's 5 points of Architecture?

• A.

Pilotis

• B.

Open Garden

• C.

Roof Garden

• D.

Open Plan

Correct Answer
B. Open Garden
Explanation
The correct answer is "Open Garden" because it is not one of Le Corbusier's 5 points of Architecture. Le Corbusier's 5 points of Architecture include pilotis (columns), roof garden, free plan, horizontal windows, and a free facade. "Open Garden" is not mentioned in Le Corbusier's principles of architecture.

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• 4.

It is an anthropometric scale of proportions devised by Le Corbusier. It was developed as a visual bridge between two incompatible scales, the Imperial system and the Metric system. It is based on the height of an English man with his arm raised.

• A.

Modulor

• B.

Vitruvian Man

• C.

Golden Section

• D.

Anthropometry

Correct Answer
A. Modulor
Explanation
The Modulor is an anthropometric scale of proportions created by Le Corbusier. It was designed to reconcile the Imperial and Metric systems by providing a visual bridge between them. The scale is based on the height of an English man with his arm raised, and it is used to establish harmonious and balanced dimensions in architecture and design.

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• 5.

What is Section 13 of RA 9266?

• A.

Subjects Examination

• B.

Examination Required

• C.

Qualifications of Applicant for Examination

• D.

Annual Report

Correct Answer
C. Qualifications of Applicant for Examination
Explanation
Section 13 of RA 9266 refers to the qualifications that an applicant must possess in order to be eligible to take the examination. This section outlines the specific requirements and criteria that an individual must meet in order to be considered for the examination. It provides guidelines and standards to ensure that only qualified individuals are allowed to take the examination and become licensed professionals in their respective fields. This helps to maintain the integrity and credibility of the examination process and ensures that only competent individuals are granted professional licenses.

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• 6.

Indicates a position in space

• A.

Point

• B.

Line

• C.

Volume

• D.

Space

Correct Answer
A. Point
Explanation
A point is a fundamental geometric object that indicates a specific position in space. It has no dimensions, only a location, and is represented by a dot. Unlike a line, volume, or space, which have length, width, and depth, a point is infinitesimally small and cannot be measured. Therefore, it accurately describes a position in space.

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• 7.

A phenomenon of light and visual perception that may be described in terms of an individual's perception of hue, saturation and tone value. It distinguish a form from its environment?

• A.

Color

• B.

Vision

• C.

Sight

• D.

Light

Correct Answer
A. Color
Explanation
Color is the correct answer because it is the phenomenon of light and visual perception that involves an individual's perception of hue, saturation, and tone value. Color allows us to distinguish a form from its environment by perceiving different wavelengths of light and interpreting them as different colors.

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• 8.

By Le Corbusier comments on "forms", which of the composition that he mention is "very difficult" to satisfy the spirit?

• A.

Commutative composition

• B.

Cumulative composition

• C.

Subtractive Composition

• D.

Cubic Transformation

Correct Answer
D. Cubic Transformation
Explanation
Le Corbusier mentions that the "Cubic Transformation" is "very difficult" to satisfy the spirit. Although the explanation for this is not provided, it can be inferred that the complex and multidimensional nature of cubic transformations makes it challenging to create a composition that effectively captures the intended spirit or essence. Cubic transformations involve manipulating three-dimensional space, often resulting in intricate and abstract forms that may be harder to harmonize with the overall composition.

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• 9.

"Vitruvius considers an intercolumnation of 2 and a quarter diameters to be the best proportion."

• A.

Pycnostyle

• B.

Eustyle

• C.

Diastyle

• D.

Araeostyle

Correct Answer
B. Eustyle
Explanation
Vitruvius, the ancient Roman architect, described different styles of intercolumnation (spacing between columns) in his writings. The "eustyle" intercolumnation, which has a spacing of 2 and a quarter column diameters, was considered by Vitruvius to be the ideal proportion for both aesthetic and structural reasons.

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• 10.

Araeostyle intercolumnation should have a height of

• A.

10 of diameter

• B.

9 of diameter

• C.

8 and a half of diameter

• D.

8 of diameter

Correct Answer
D. 8 of diameter
Explanation
Araeostyle intercolumnation should have a height of 8 of diameter because it is a classical architectural term that refers to the spacing between columns in a building. The term "of diameter" indicates that the height of the intercolumnation should be equal to 8 times the diameter of the columns. Therefore, the correct answer is 8 of diameter.

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• 11.

Considering PD 1096, BP 344, RA 9514 What is the maximum size of a door?

• A.

1200

• B.

1220

• C.

900

• D.

1100

Correct Answer
B. 1220
Explanation
The maximum size of a door is 1220, as stated in the regulations PD 1096, BP 344, and RA 9514. These regulations likely specify the dimensions and standards for doors in buildings, ensuring safety and accessibility for all individuals.

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• 12.

Based on PD 1096, What is the minimum area for room habitation?

• A.

1.5 sqm

• B.

2 sqm

• C.

4 sqm

• D.

6 sqm

Correct Answer
D. 6 sqm
Explanation
According to PD 1096, the minimum area required for room habitation is 6 sqm. This means that any room intended for human habitation must have a floor area of at least 6 sqm to meet the minimum standards set by the regulation.

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• 13.

Considering PD 9266, BP 344, RA 9514, BP 220; What is the minimum ceiling height for an artificially ventilated room

• A.

2.0m

• B.

2.4m

• C.

2.7m

• D.

3.0m

Correct Answer
C. 2.7m
Explanation
According to the given laws and regulations (PD 9266, BP 344, RA 9514, BP 220), the minimum ceiling height required for an artificially ventilated room is 2.7m.

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• 14.

Based on BP 344 What is the minimum dimension of an elevator car

• A.

1100mm x 1400mm

• B.

900mm x 900mm

• C.

3 feet x 3 feet

• D.

1300mm x 2300mm

Correct Answer
A. 1100mm x 1400mm
Explanation
According to BP 344, the minimum dimension of an elevator car is 1100mm x 1400mm. This means that the elevator car must have a width of 1100mm and a length of 1400mm at the very least. This minimum dimension ensures that the elevator is accessible and spacious enough to accommodate individuals with disabilities, including those who use wheelchairs or mobility aids.

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• 15.

Based on RA 9514 and BP 344; What is the minimum ramp width

• A.

1120

• B.

1200

• C.

1220

• D.

No general requirement

Correct Answer
B. 1200
Explanation
Based on RA 9514 and BP 344, the minimum ramp width is 1200.

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• 16.

What is the preferred nosing for staircase as dictated by BP344

• A.

Protruded Nosing

• B.

Slanted Nosing

• C.

No nosing

• D.

Depends on the architect

Correct Answer
B. Slanted Nosing
Explanation
According to BP344, the preferred nosing for a staircase is slanted nosing. This means that the edge of each step should be slanted or sloped, rather than protruding or having no nosing at all. Slanted nosing helps to improve safety by reducing the risk of tripping or slipping on the stairs. It provides a smooth transition between steps and allows for better visibility of the edge, making it easier for individuals to navigate the staircase.

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• 17.

A mezzanine level shall have a CCH of not less than ____________ above and below it. If a ceiling cavity is provided for the floor below the mezzanine level.

• A.

1.5 m

• B.

1.8 m

• C.

2.0 m

• D.

2.1 m

Correct Answer
B. 1.8 m
Explanation
A mezzanine level should have a CCH (Ceiling Cavity Height) of at least 1.8 meters above and below it, assuming that a ceiling cavity is present for the floor below the mezzanine level. This height is necessary to provide adequate space for the mezzanine level and ensure proper ventilation and access to utilities such as electrical wiring, plumbing, and HVAC systems. A CCH of 1.8 meters allows for sufficient clearance and flexibility in the design and functionality of the mezzanine level.

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• 18.

The CSG is answerable only to _______________

• A.

Owner

• B.

Architect

• C.

Owner and Architect

• D.

Contractor and Architect

Correct Answer
C. Owner and Architect
Explanation
The correct answer is Owner and Architect. The CSG (Construction Site Supervisor) is responsible for overseeing the construction site and ensuring that the project is carried out according to the owner's and architect's specifications and requirements. They report to both the owner and the architect, as they are the key stakeholders in the construction process. The CSG acts as a liaison between the owner and the architect, coordinating and communicating the progress, issues, and any necessary changes during the construction phase.

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• 19.

These preliminary studies involve the procurement, analysis and use of secondary information gathered for the project to aid the Client in early decision-making.

• A.

Feasibility Study

• B.

Pre-Feasibility Study

• C.

Site Selection and Analysis

• D.

Consultation

Correct Answer
B. Pre-Feasibility Study
Explanation
A pre-feasibility study is conducted to assess the viability of a project before proceeding with a full feasibility study. It involves gathering and analyzing secondary information related to the project, such as market research, cost estimates, and technical data. The purpose of this study is to provide the client with early decision-making support by evaluating the project's potential and identifying any major obstacles or risks. This helps the client determine whether it is worth investing further resources into conducting a full feasibility study.

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• 20.

This analytical problem-seeking process will lead to the statement and identification of both horizontal and vertical requirements in offering a solution.

• A.

Space Management Studies

• B.

Architectural Programming

• C.

Space Planning

• D.

Value Management

Correct Answer
B. Architectural Programming
Explanation
Architectural programming is a process that involves analyzing and understanding the requirements and goals of a project in order to develop a solution. It focuses on identifying both horizontal and vertical requirements, which means considering the functional needs of the space as well as the spatial organization. By engaging in architectural programming, architects can gather information about the project's purpose, user needs, and constraints, which will ultimately inform the design process and help in offering a suitable solution.

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• 21.

An analysis of the space requirements of the project based on organizational structure and functional set-up

• A.

Space Management Studies

• B.

Architectural Programming

• C.

Space Planning

• D.

Value Management

Correct Answer
A. Space Management Studies
Explanation
Space Management Studies involves analyzing the space requirements of a project based on the organizational structure and functional set-up. It focuses on understanding how the space will be utilized and allocated in order to optimize its usage. This analysis helps in determining the spatial needs, such as the number and size of rooms, furniture layout, and circulation flow. By conducting Space Management Studies, organizations can ensure that their space is efficiently utilized, leading to improved productivity and cost-effectiveness.

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• 22.

The Architect determines the adequate size and appropriate configuration for a proposed project in consideration of the use, allocation and interface of spaces for given activities.

• A.

Space Management Studies

• B.

Architectural Programming

• C.

Space Planning

• D.

Value Management

Correct Answer
C. Space Planning
Explanation
Space planning is the correct answer because it involves determining the appropriate size and configuration of spaces for a proposed project. This process considers the use, allocation, and interface of spaces for specific activities. Space planning is an essential aspect of architectural design as it ensures that the spaces are organized and optimized for their intended purposes. It involves analyzing the needs and requirements of the project and creating a layout that maximizes functionality and efficiency.

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• 23.

He mentored people known for the quotes "Less is More", "Architecture begins where Engineering ends", and "A house is a machine for living in"

• A.

Adolf Loos

• B.

Peter Behrens

• C.

Le Corbusier

• D.

Jean Kramer

Correct Answer
B. Peter Behrens
Explanation
Peter Behrens is the correct answer because he mentored Adolf Loos, who famously said "Less is More", and Le Corbusier, who is known for the quote "Architecture begins where Engineering ends". Additionally, Behrens is also associated with the quote "A house is a machine for living in". Therefore, Behrens mentored individuals known for all three quotes mentioned in the question.

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• 24.

An art deco architect known for his work on the Rockefeller Center buildings

• A.

Antoni Gaudi

• B.

William Van Alen

• C.

Raymond Hood

• D.

Henri Sauvage

Correct Answer
C. Raymond Hood
Explanation
Raymond Hood is the correct answer because he was an art deco architect known for his work on the Rockefeller Center buildings. He collaborated with other architects to design and construct several iconic buildings in the complex, including the RCA Building (now known as the GE Building) and the Associated Press Building. Hood's architectural style was characterized by sleek lines, geometric shapes, and decorative elements, which are typical of the art deco movement. His contributions to the Rockefeller Center solidified his reputation as an influential figure in the development of art deco architecture in New York City.

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• 25.

Taking of from Eliel Saarinen's design for the tribune tower. Black brick on the frontage of the building (symbolizing coal) was selected to give an idea of solidity and to give the building a solid mass. What is the style of this building

• A.

Neo-Gothic

• B.

Art Deco

• C.

Gothic Art Deco

• D.

International Style

Correct Answer
C. Gothic Art Deco
Explanation
The style of this building is Gothic Art Deco. This is evident from the mention of Eliel Saarinen's design for the tribune tower, which was influenced by the Gothic style. The use of black brick on the frontage of the building to symbolize coal and create a sense of solidity aligns with the Art Deco movement's emphasis on geometric forms and bold, contrasting materials. Therefore, the combination of Gothic elements and Art Deco characteristics classifies this building as Gothic Art Deco.

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