2019 Architectural Design and Drawing III

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Academic unit or major
Undergraduate major in Architecture and Building Engineering
Instructor(s)
Okuyama Shinichi  Tsukamoto Yoshiharu  Osaragi Toshihiro  Fujii Haruyuki  Nakai Norihiro  Saito Ushio  Sakano Tatsurou  Saio Naoko  Mano Yosuke  Soshiroda Akira  Dohi Masato  Sanada Junko  Oki Takuya  Katsuki Ayumi  Sasaki Kei  Numata Mamiko  Tsutsumi Takashi  Sugita Sanae  Tanaka Yuno  Kanebako Yoshiharu   
Course component(s)
Day/Period(Room No.)
Tue2-4(建築製図室)  Tue5-7(建築製図室, W9-511設計製図室)  Thr7-9(建築製図室)  Fri5-7(建築製図室, W9-511設計製図室)  
Group
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Course number
ARC.A301
Credits
3
Academic year
2019
Offered quarter
1・3Q
Syllabus updated
2019/4/5
Lecture notes updated
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Language used
Japanese
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Course description and aims

This practical training is an advanced course for undergraduates in architectural design and drawing, a key course in the department of Architecture and Building Engineering. Since students at this level have already learned drawing methods for basic architectural design, this course will provide design and drawing methods of highly complex architecture, combining knowledge from the studies of architectural design, architectural planning, building structure, building materials, urban design and building environment.
The course presents techniques such as deciphering the urban context of megacities like Tokyo, a global city, and reflecting them in the concept of a real architectural design, in hopes that students will taste the pleasure of simulating a real-world architectural design work environment.

Student learning outcomes

By the end of this course, students will acquire the following skills:
1) The skills to present more advanced architectural design drawings based on drafting of accurate architectural designs
2) The skills to create architectural design concepts based on social demands
3) The skills to create solutions for the structure, equipment, and planning of highly complex architecture.
4) The skills to explain the concepts of the space and form of the architecture to a third party in an accurate and stimulating manner using words.

Keywords

Architectural design, Urban context, Complex building、Urban Design

Competencies that will be developed

Intercultural skills Communication skills Specialist skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills
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Class flow

In this course, students will work on the required learning set by the instructor by having their drafts checked each class and accepting advice at the midterm presentation and feedback session, then delivering the final presentation and feedback session after examining the idea further.

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 Introduction Research and Analysis for project brief
Class 2 Research and Analysis for project Research and Analysis for actual project site and conditions
Class 3 Study for project Making concept and spatial idea
Class 4 Esquisse check Discussion for project
Class 5 Study for project Making concept and spatial idea, and develop the idea of project into actual drawing
Class 6 Esquisse check Discussion for project
Class 7 Mid-term presentation and critic Discussion for project
Class 8 Study for project Making concept and spatial idea, and develop the idea of project into actual drawing
Class 9 Esquisse check Discussion for project
Class 10 Work for presentation Work for presentation (drawings, scale models, and images)
Class 11 Esquisse check Discussion for project
Class 12 Work for presentation Work for presentation (drawings, scale models, and images)
Class 13 Work for presentation Work for presentation (drawings, scale models, and images)
Class 14 Work for presentation Work for presentation (drawings, scale models, and images)
Class 15 Final Presentation and Critic Final Presentation and Critic

Textbook(s)

Nothing

Reference books, course materials, etc.

Nothing

Assessment criteria and methods

Level of understanding for project (10%), Conception ability of Design (20%), Presentation Skills (50%), Explanation capability (10%), Commitment at Esquisse check (10%)

Related courses

  • ARC.A201 : Architectural Design and Drawing I
  • ARC.A202 : Architectural Design and Drawing II
  • ARC.A304 : Architectural Design and Drawing IV

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)

Because of the capacity of a drawing room, only students of Architectural faculty can take this course.

Other

In this class, three different studios including architectural design, architectural planning, urban design will be provided independently. Therefore, the students who take this class have to choose a wishing one among the above three studios.

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