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ATELIERS DESIGN
ΕΡΓ401, TECHNOLOGY, GENERAL KNOWLEDGE SPECIALIZATION, SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
Workshops at semester(s) 6, 8, ECTS: 3
Taught in: French, Available to ERASMUS students in English.
Cognitive Fields (2005/36/EU): Architectural Design, History and Theories, Design Brief, 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 autonomously, Ability to work in a team, Ability to work in an international context, Ability to work in an interdisciplinary environment, Capacity to generate new ideas (creativity), Ability to design and manage projects, Ability to interact constructively with others regardless of background and culture and respecting diversity, Ability to be critical and self-critical , Ability to promote free, creative and inductive thinking.

This workshop is held yearly within the ERASMUS framework. Five undergraduate students are selected to participate to this multi-disciplinary workshop hosted in Paris by the Ecole des Ponts, ParisTech (ENPC) and the Ecole d’ Architecture de la Ville & des Territoires (EAVT) at Marne-La-Vallee.

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES

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

The course is an exemplary academic module that encourages experimentation and applied research in a design research setup. The distance between theory and practice is diminished by simulating the work conditions of the professional environment within an academic context. 

SUBJECT

The course “Ateliers Design” is a week-long intensive design-build workshop intended for 1st year engineering and 3rd year architecture or design students. The participants are allocated to multi-disciplinary teams (3-5 students) and work towards different themes led by two instructors for each theme, an architect and an engineer. The projects are carried through from initial design scheme to final implementation.

ASSESSMENT

The design outcome, ranging from industrial design to architectural design proposals, is presented in the form of sketches, physical models or full-scale structures, and evaluated by an external jury.

A final phase to present the results of the workshop in the form of an exhibition or publication is expected upon return to Greece.

KEYWORDS

Ateliers Design, design-build, workshop