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Professor
MARCO LECIS (Tit.)
Period
Annual 
Teaching style
Convenzionale 
Lingua Insegnamento
 



Informazioni aggiuntive

Course Curriculum CFU Length(h)
[80/71]  ARCHITECTURAL SCIENCE [71/00 - Ord. 2017]  PERCORSO COMUNE 10 100

Objectives

The course aims to train the young designer through a practical design experience assisted by teachers and the discussion of the main themes characterizing contemporary architectural culture. The knowledge of the project tools and its representation will be transmitted and the ability to read and understand architectural styles and construction procedures will be stimulated.

Prerequisites

It is essential to have attended and passed the design workshops of the previous year. It is important to deepen one's knowledge of specialized publications on architecture (books, magazines and dedicated blog and websites).

Contents

The course consists in workshop design activity with the support of the professor and his tutors. The design activity is accompanied by the presentation of technical and theoretical content through lectures and seminars that generally take place in the first hour, leaving the remaining time to work in groups. At the conclusion of the various project phases, open collegial criticisms are foreseen.

Teaching Methods

The course favors practical project activity and dedicates the greatest number of hours to the latter. The support of the teachers takes place through punctual reviews and collegial criticisms. Communications, lectures and seminars will take up about 1/5 of the number of hours available.

Verification of learning

The final evaluation of the work is based on the documents produced at the end of the course and during the intermediate phases. Together with the quality of the project, is also considered the expertise and persuasiveness of its representation. Oral argumentation skills will also be assessed during the presentation of the papers.

Texts

see the italian section

More Information

Didactic material is made available to the student, including iconographic and historiographic documentation, basic cartography, reference texts and specific bibliographies, detailed instructions for each phase of the project and material relating to the lessons.

Questionnaire and social

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