Detailed design

Lecture - Practical
summer semester 2017
sh 2
Peter Hammerl

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Course details Detailed design

Students are to be made aware of the necessity of DETAIL DESIGN and to recognise that details such as openings or dormer windows in the historic town centre, chimneys, railings, downpipes, ventilation systems and many more require special attention, as they can often have an unfavourable impact on the appearance of buildings. By providing positive and negative examples and allowing students spontaneously to elaborate alternatives to the latter, the aim is to increase awareness and practise creating alternatives.
Students will learn to give attention to the manifold details even at the design stage and to generate solutions of high architectural quality with the appropriate tools that they have acquired.
Prerequisites according to curriculum: none