Design Studio Required Elective at semester(s) 6, 8, ECTS: 12
Taught in: Greek, Available to ERASMUS students in English.
A relational research agenda is developed during the design process. Students integrate explorations into the:
- Form generation potential of single surfaces in relation to the creation of artificial ground.
- Activities of a ‘modern’ recreation program in relation to appropriations of the urban landscape.
- State of the art material systems in relation to local sustainable resources.
[Knowledge, Application, Synthesis]
- Form generation exercises with physical and digital media
- Investigations with molding techniques leading to the design and construction of material systems applicable in small scale architecture and urban furniture.
- Construction of full scale prototype
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Vyzoviti, S. 2014. "Spontaneous Landforming" in Zavraka, D. ed. Urban Blur. CNND Publications
Cruz, M. 2013. The Inhabitable Flesh of Architecture. Ashgate
Weinstock, M. 2010. The Architecture of Emergence: The evolution of form in nature and civilization. Wiley & Sons.
land-form building, architecture of emergence