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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN ΙV-VI Α: Educational Establishment
ΑΣ0407, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, SPECIFIC BACKGROUND, GENERAL KNOWLEDGE SPECIALIZATION
Design Studio Required Elective at semester(s) 6, 8, ECTS: 12
Taught in: Greek, Available to ERASMUS students in English and French.
Cognitive Fields (2005/36/EU): Architectural Design, Human Needs and the Built Environment, Social Factors in Design, Design Brief, Structural Design, Physical Issues, Building Technology.
Generic Competences: Ability to search for, process and analyse information from a variety of sources using the necessary technologies, Ability to adapt to and act in new situations and cope under pressure, Ability to make reasoned decisions, Ability to work in a team, Ability to work in an interdisciplinary environment, Capacity to generate new ideas (creativity), Ability to interact constructively with others regardless of background and culture and respecting diversity, Commitment to conservation of the environment, Ability to demonstrate social, professional and ethical responsibility and sensitivity to gender issues, Ability to be critical and self-critical.

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES

[Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, Evaluation]

The aim of this course is to study and design a new school of architecture in the center of the city of Larissa. The purpose of this course is to explore the possibilities of a contemporary educational environment that will host and enable a creative academic life. The architectural presence of a school in the urban context and its reconciliation with the surrounding environment is an additional and essential issue.

SUBJECT

In the immediate field located in the historical center of the city of Larissa are: the vivid pedestrian Venizelos street, the excavation of the Roman theater, Early Christian baths from 5th century B.C. Yeni and Bayrakli Mosque, the Bezesteni, the church of St. Achillios, the river, the park, bridges, visible and invisible relations and relics of human activities.

The careful recognition of this environment and its qualities of this area is essential. In situ activity detection and documentation during our visit to the site is extremely important.

ASSESSMENT

The building program sought to meet and include the necessary design studios, laboratories, faculty offices, a small amphitheater, library, washrooms, and outdoor spaces. The proposal will take into consideration the structural organization and articulation, functional and programmatic requirements, the issues of access and movement for people with disabilities.