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STUDIO 3 URBANER HOLZBAU IN BERLIN-FRIEDRICHSHAIN

149.777
practical
fall semester 2017/18
sh 7
german / english
Tom Kaden


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STUDIO 1 URBAN HOLZBAU IN BERLIN-FRIEDRICHSHAIN

149.777
practical
fall semester 2017/18
sh 7
german / english
Roger Riewe I
Armin Stocker I Sorana Radulescu I Tom Kaden


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Course details STUDIO


Content

Design work on the master’s degree course takes place in the spacious, organisational form of a studio, in which concentrated work that is in line with real practice is possible with others in a close exchange of ideas.
The tasks assigned to the studio range from criteria for the urban landscape, the developed cultural landscape, the region and the city through individual types of buildings, to the details of construction, interpretation and space. Designs for objects and spaces – which have been integrally thought out – are connected with their positions in the ongoing social process of change; that is to say, connected with design suggestions for change through time. The integrating teaching of design thus includes the awareness and reflection of the interdisciplinary, basic principles and interrelationships of architecture’s broader spectrum. The mediation of an integrative understanding of forward-looking ideas and task assignments is based on the principles learned on the bachelor’s degree, both as far as content and creativity are concerned. The integrative teaching with its cross-disciplinary character opens up to the students a forward-looking area of action for practice and theory in the broader field of architecture. The combination of project work and optional subjects that fit in with this contents-wise enable individual students to consolidate their specific specialist area within the context of their studies.

Objective
Once the students have successfully graduated from the course, they are capable of adopting a critical, integrating position as regards the overlapping areas of relationships within a design brief.
They have learnt about the interrelationship of architectonic decisions within different criteria (urbanistic through to the details of construction) and how to apply this.

When they have successfully completed the course, the students then possess directly applicable knowledge of the economic and organisational processes of the construction process and project planning. The students then excel due to their developed instinct for social-spatial qualities, for creative potential, for collectively gained values about the culture of construction and existential, natural resources. They have an overview of all technical aspects of their design work and have excellent knowledge of technology, the qualities of materials, static relationships, ecology and the energy-related aspects of construction.

Annotation
Compulsory courses:

For Group 1:
149.809 Detailed design
149.807 Materialisation 3 Project viewing

For Group 2:
149.810 Industrial construction
149.807 Materialisation 3 Project viewing

Typology and Context

149.824
Seminar
fall semester 2017/18
sh 2
german
Claudia Volberg

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Course details


Content

The course involves analysing the structure of different building typologies and their interaction in the context of time and place. Specific parameters are elaborated in connection with the requirements they need to fulfil and classified as characteristic groups. After that, possibly new combinations are developed in relation to various different scenarios.

Objective
After successfully completing this course, students will have acquired in-depth knowledge of the structures of different typologies and their analysis in the respective context. This course enables students to rethink and use typologies with respect to their context, and thus to solve complex architectural tasks.

Annotation
Prerequisites according to curriculum:
This course is bound to course nr. 149.777

Materialisation

149.823
Seminar
fall semester 2017/18
sh 2
german
Marisol Vidal

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Course details


Content

Course students are required to investigate the constructive and material formulation with regard to the design approach and architectural language. In the process, individual design elements will be elaborated which form a whole owing to their concurrence and architectural perception.

Objective
This course conveys construction-specific material technologies to enable students who have successfully completed the course to grasp the significance of design as a spatial and structural concept that is realised in a building as a material object.

Annotation
Prerequisites according to curriculum:
This course is bound to course nr. 149.777

Course E3

149.506
practical
fall semester 2017/18
sh 4
german
Roger Riewe I Volberg Claudia I Stingl-Enge Alexandra Martina


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Course details E3

Content
Based on the contents of the courses Design 1 and Design 2 students will be taught the developing and creating of programmes relating to function and space for a specific place/a specific task. The design will be developed deductively and inductively as a process-related path detecting and taking into account the essential parameters that define design in the task. The creative expressive abilities of the students are in demand here and will be further promoted and trained.
Analytical thinking, the drawing of conclusions and argumentation will be taught in dependence on the design and presentation task. It is essential here that students should develop their own concept of space, be able to give reasons for the position they take up and to be able to represent it using suitable means. The intention is to provide an impetus for both independent and team thinking and action.

Objective
In correspondence to the course objectives formulated in Design 1 and Design 2 students will be able to devise a specific programme for a particular place and provide it with an architectural form.

Annotation
Prerequisites according to curriculum at TUGonline:

243 Architecture (UG2002/11U, Bachelor programme, current)