Tantárgyak / Interdisciplinary, Project based Design 1Alapadatok
|Követelmények:||Participation in 70% of the lessons is set as a condition. Only the active practice counts for presence.|
|Heti óraszám:||16 hours practice|
|Tárgyfelelős:||Szabó Dávid DLA|
|Oktatók:||Szabó Dávid DLA|
Theme of the course
Theme of the course
In the beginning of the course students will get familiar with the site and the task in the form of presentations and site visits. Students have to document an analysis of the site, and at least two inspiring buildings related to the task and their constructional solutions.
The analysis of inspiring buildings should address the location and climate, with an analysis of the spatial and functional system of the presented buildings. It should also contain a short evaluation of the design's suitability as social housing (why and how it could serve this function and what level of comfort - functional, thermal, visual, acoustic - was achieved).
The analysis of building construction solutions should be done separately, but in a way that complements the above study of the inspiring examples. It should address the structure size and type, the choice of materials and constructions and the unique design choices that influenced the constructional solutions of the building. The students must provide a list of the most important choices and solutions that couldn't have been made, were the same design attempted to be built on the Budapest site.
Apart from the presentation of these analyses the progress of projects has to be presented on two occasions before the final presentation, as indicated in the schedule. All presentations will be immediately evaluated by the consultants who will discuss the work in public.
The classroom K 222 is available for the students all day on Monday and Wednesday. Note that the door is not locked and other students use the class room on other days. Please arrive no later than it is indicated in the schedule. You will listen to each other’s presentations on almost every Monday. Wednesday is for consultations, lectures and workshops.