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|
|Oktatók:||Szabó Dávid |
|Tárgyleírás:||Theme of the course|
The theme of the course is to design an energetically efficient hotel building situated in a challenging city plot on the western slope of the Buda Castle Hill (Budapest; 1st district, Logodi str.56) in a historical environment. We try to attain and correspond to architectural quality while designing with an emphasis of utilization passive and active solar systems by orientation of the building, optimizing unnecessary winter losses and summer gains and installation of energy conscious building services.
Progress throughout the semester
The development/progress of their projects will be
presented by the students in form of three open presentations during the
seminars. These presentations will be immediately evaluated by the consultants
who will discuss the work in public. As the design process goes on, students have to document related
inspiring buildings, conceptual layout of the environment of the building and
its interior and detailed plans of the building with emphasis on the applied
renewable energy sources. The seminars not only provide space to collective
consultations and presentations but also contain the consultant’s phase-specific
presentations which shall improve the development of the work.
The seminars not only provide space to collective
consultations and presentations but also contain the consultant’s
phase-specific presentations which shall improve the development of the work.
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 at is in the schedule. You will listen to each other’s presentations on almost every Monday. Wednesday is for consultations, lectures and workshops.
Four main phases form the basic structure of the course:
Analysis – discovering the characteristics of the site: history, layers, development plans, etc. Each group will get a specific topic and will prepare a short presentation.
Architectural program: sketch of suggested new functions of the whole area, and detailed program for the building.
Architectural plans – architectural behaviour, interpreting the context: building and landscape design. A full documentation of an architectural intervention will be developed in scale 1:200.
The energy performance and sustainability phase has to be developed parallel with the building design.
Energy performance and sustainability studies – the building performance study will focus on sustainability and energy efficiency. Under sustainability all kinds of sustainable design principles are considered from the building’s form, reused and/or recycled inbuilt materials, water usage technologies, rainwater harvesting, heating, cooling, ventilation and air-conditioning solution. Indoor environmental quality requirements. Approximated results should be determined through simple calculations and justifications should be given during the student presentations.