Architecture Design 2
Build on your understanding of the primary architectural components: space, form, structure and materials. Engage in a reflective and iterative design process to create a new living space that reflects your ideas and complements its surroundings.
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- use precedents and observations to interpret, explore and synthesise ideas into small projects expressing relationships of the body to landscape, space, form, structure and materials
- develop alternative design propositions for inhabiting a given landscape
- refine and communicate a design proposition through a reflective and iterative design process in relation to site and self.
- Site analysis
- Interacting with the landscape
- Perception and form
- Generating forms
- Audio/Video conferencing
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Online assignment submission
- Podcasting/Lecture capture
- Standard Media
- Web links
You cannot enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
- EquipmentDetails - Access to hardware: webcam, speakers and microphone.
- SoftwareDetails - Students are required to purchase or have access to the Adobe Creative Suite of programs, specifically Photoshop. The presentation techniques learned in this programs will be used throughout the Architecture Course.
This subject was previously known as Architecture Habitation Studio.
This subject explores the sense of place and the notion of inhabitation in architecture. It explores the built environment as a representation of collective values, investigates the relationship between ideas and architecture, and develops an understanding of primary architectural components: space, form, structure and materials. It refers to and uses communication methods taught concurrently in other subjects. This subject requires students to create new structures for inhabitation at a personal scale that engage well with a given landscape. Work Integrated Learning is incorporated through the design of projects on a real site.
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- Presentation (30%)
- Assignment 1 — Investigation (30%)
- Assignment 2 — Reflection (40%)