Construction 3 Practical
|149.525 practical fall semester 2016/17 sh 3 german Ferdinand Oswald | Markus Stangl | Winfried Enge | Hannes Freißmuth | Nicole Lam | Tim Lüking | Christoph Platzer | Steffen Schloessler | Marcus Stevens | Aleksandra Pavicevic | Horia-Nicolae Hamat info & registration at TUGonline|
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Design to Construction …
In the course the topics of the lecture series Construction 3 are applied in a simple design task focusing constructional and real planning matters such as building laws. The building design is planned all the way through from the design concept till the application for building licence including a detailed facade section.
Course details K3UE
Content Detailed involvement with construction methods in the context of design. In correspondence to the course objectives formulated, the contents are structured from the large to small-scale, ensuring that each detailed information component is represented within the fabric of the whole. The inter-relationships between various construction-related contents will present building construction as a complex, technical, functional aesthetic structure in the context of architectural reality. Elaborated in reference to the exploring of prototype solutions. Objective Following successful completion of the course, students will be capable of analysing architectural designs corresponding with the construction requirements and of developing state-of-the-art concrete solutions for construction tasks. Students will have deepened and completed their knowledge by achieving systematically structured basic knowledge in building construction on the basis of the knowledge acquired in Construction 1, Construction 2 and Architecture & Energy. They will be capable of understanding and assessing requirements for building construction in the fields of bearing structure, construction physics and building engineering. Annotation Prerequisites according to curriculum at TUGonline: 243 Architecture (UG2002/11U, Bachelor programme, current)