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ΤΕ0313, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, SPECIFIC BACKGROUND, GENERAL KNOWLEDGE SPECIALIZATION, SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
Elective at semester(s) 6, 8, ECTS: 3
Taught in: Greek, Not available to ERASMUS students
Cognitive Fields (2005/36/EU): , Architectural Design, Fine Arts, Social Factors in Design, 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, Commitment to conservation of the environment, Ability to be critical and self-critical , Ability to promote free, creative and inductive thinking.

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES

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

The course explores

-             contemporary tendencies of participatory design, as those rise in current socioeconomic conditions

-             related collective practices in working groups, particularly in an academic and/ or research context

-             original forms of design studies and presentation of the design outcome, as well as of the design process

SUBJECT

The aim of the course is to curate a traveling exhibition on the work that has been produced the past few years at the Building Structures Research Unit of the Department of Architecture. The course objective is the design of the concept and the format, as well as the content of the exhibition.

The proposed program is focusing on lightweight timber structures and exploring related construction techniques and fabrication methodologies through a research‐by‐design methodology

ASSESSMENT

Class meetings will alternate between presentations on theoretical issues and hands-on workshops with physical models in order to experiment with the material and tactile, structural and technical parameters of the design proposals.

The course outcome will be a result of team work, while each student will undertake a specific part of the design and construction process, in relation to his/ her experience, interests and skills.

The specific task of the week-long final workshop will be the custom design and full-scale construction of a prototype-module of the exhibition set.

KEYWORDS

architectural design, exhibition design, design-build, timber structures