To develop the necessary skills to design small and medium scale buildings taking into consideration a wide range of architectural, urban, socio-cultural, economic and poltical issues that are inherently connected with architectural practices.
A Identify and evaluate research resources adequate for the development of a design project in response to a design brief.
B Recognize the needs and desires of inhabitants and translate them into a creative and sensitive proposal on the basis of a coherent design process.
C Demonstrate an understanding of social and cultural context, as well as of structural, material, and functional aspects, of health and safety, and universal design principles.
D Demonstrate knowledge of environmental design and construction through architectural drawings at various scales.
E Demonstrate advanced knowledge in representing architecture according to conventions.
F Present and argue architectural proposals clearly using effective means of presentation, including digital tools.
The project work is developed in a studio setting. Group and individual tutorials are supported through lectures. Students present their proposals regularly for public discussion. Critics will include other members of studio staff within the university, visiting lecturers from other schools of architecture and architects in practice.