This is a design studio course for students to learn basic skills of architectural design.
The first assignment is to design a student union for a more comfortable campus life,
and the second assignment is to design urban housing combined with commercial or cultural facilities.
The aims of this course are as follows;
1) to learn the skills of reading and making architectural drawings.
2) to develop logical thinking on spatial construction related to building conditions.
3) to train presentation skills using drawings to explain their design concepts.
design concept, surrounding environment, design conditions, reinforced-concrete structure, student union, urban housing, commercial facilities, cultural facilities
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||✔ Communication skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
The instructions for the assignment are given at the beginning of each class, and professors and teaching assistants give advice to students whenever needed during class.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Introduction for the first assignment||Introduction for the first assignment|
|Class 2||Creation of a site model, group discussion||Creation of a site model, group presentation|
|Class 3||Esquisse check||Esquisse check|
|Class 4||Intermediate presentation||Intermediate presentation|
|Class 5||Learning of drawing representations||Learning of drawing representations|
|Class 6||Submission of final drawing||Submission of final drawing|
|Class 7||Final presentation on the first assignment||Final presentation on the first assignment|
|Class 8||Introduction for the second assignment||Introduction for the second assignment|
|Class 9||Creation of a site model, group discussion||Creation of a site model, group discussion|
|Class 10||Group discussion||Group discussion|
|Class 11||Presentation on a basic concept||Presentation on a basic concept|
|Class 12||Esquisse check||Esquisse check|
|Class 13||Submission of final drawing||Submission of final drawing|
|Class 14||Masterplan of elevation view and plan view||Masterplan of elevation view and plan view|
|Class 15||Final presentation on the second assignment||Final presentation on the second assignment|
Materials used in class will be provided.
Students are expected to continuously develop their ideas and express them with drawings and oral presentations.
Evaluation is based on the total score from all assignments.