Descriptive geometry is the science of method to project geometric form on to planes.
The aim of this course is to improve the comprehension of space through the understanding of basic space figures with an accurate drawing technique.
The topics of this course are Intersection of solid, Tagent plane, Shade & shadow, Axonometric projection, Oblique projection, Perspective.
This course follows to "Descriptive Geometry for Space Design1" in 1st and 2nd quarter.
By the end of this course, students will be able to:
1) understand drawing technique and methods.
2) comprehend of space
Descriptive geometry, Graphics, Design, Projection, Architectural space
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Lecture and practice quiz are held every other week.
Drawing exercises to understand the general technique based on previous lectures.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||8. Intersection of Solid||text pp105-115|
|Class 2||Practice quiz||handout|
|Class 3||9. Tangent plane||text pp.122-129|
|Class 4||Practice quiz||handout|
|Class 5||9. Tangent plane, 10. Shade & shadow||text pp.130-146|
|Class 6||Practice quiz||handout|
|Class 7||10. Shade & shadow||text pp.146-159|
|Class 8||Practice quiz||handout|
|Class 9||12. Axonometric projection, 13.Oblique projection||text pp.175-190|
|Class 10||Practice quiz||handout|
|Class 11||14. Perspective||text pp.191-208|
|Class 12||Practice quiz||handout|
|Class 13||14. Perspective||text pp.191-208|
|Class 14||Practice quiz||handout|
Riichi Sudo "zugaku gairon", Tokyo Daigaku Shuppan kai, 1961
Comprehensive evaluation of submissions at each practice quiz and final examination.
"Descriptive Geometry for Space Design1" is required.
The following items are necessary to bring with you to each practice quiz
・Pencil or lead pencil HB (no Pen)
・Two Drafting Triangles (Size: 20-30cm, one 60 Degree and one 45 Degree)