Department of Architectural Design


Academic Staff:

 

 

Study Course Semester Hours ECTS
Undergraduate University Study of Architecture and Urban Planning Introduction to Architectural Design 1
Introduction to Architectural Design 2
Typology and Form in Architecture 1
Typology and Form in Architecture 2
Drawing 1
Drawing 2
Computer - Aided Architectural Desig1
Computer - Aided Architectural Desig2
Architectural Design Workshop 1
Architectural Design Workshop 2
Typology and Form in Architecture 3
Typology and Form in Architecture 4
Visual Design
Architectural Presentation
Architectural Design Workshop 3
Architectural Design Workshop 4 - Final Work
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III.

III.

III.
III.
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II.

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VI.
30+45
30+45
30+0
30+0
0+30
0+30
0+30
0+30
30+60
30+60
30+0
30+0
0+45
0+45
30+60
30+120
6,0
6,0
2,0
2,0
3,0
3,0
2,0
2,0
10,0
10,0
2,0
2,0
2,0
2,0
10,0
16,0
Graduate University Study of Architecture and Urban Planning Graduate Design Studio 1
Contemporary Architecture 3
Graduate Design Studio 2
Graduate Design Studio 3
Interior Design

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I.

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III.

II. 30+90
30+0
30+90
30+90
30+30
15.0
2.0
15.0
15.0
5,0

 

 

Learning outcomes: 

Undergraduate Study of Architecture and Urban Planning
Introduction to Architectural Design 1 – a student will be able to:
- analyze different aspects of design programme; 
- identify different conditions of given location; 
- design very simple architectural tasks.

Typology and Form in Architecture 1 – a student will be able to:
- understand different aspects of architectural typology;
- interpretretation of typology towards architectural form (style, purpose, construction).

Drawing 1 – a student will be able to:
 - use free-hand drawing and of other forms of artistic expression.

Introduction to Architectural Design 2 – a student will be able to:
- analyze different aspects of design programme;
- identify different conditions of given location;
- design simple architectural tasks.

Typology and Form in Architecture 2 – a student will be able to: 
-  understand different typologies of single - family housing.

Drawing 2 – a student will be able to:
- make a drawing upon observation and also imagination.

Computer - Aided Architectural Design – a student will be able to:
- use basic operations of raster and vector graphics.

Computer - Aided Architectural Design 2 – a student will be able to: 
-  use advanced raster and vector graphic operations.

Architectural Design Workshop 1 – a student will be able to:
- solve a design task on the topic of a single family house.

Typology and Form in Architecture 3 – a student will be able to:
- understand the basics of designer - programme parameters, functional organization and types of spatial organization of different architectural tasks for public buildings.

Visual Design – a student will be able to:
- recognize basic visual elements, analyze them, and use them while designing simple three-dimensional composition;
- understand and use the basic principles of perception. 

Architectural Presentation – a student will be able to:
- use different modes and media in presenting the architectural design.

Architectural Design Workshop 2 – a student will be able to:
- solve a design task on the topic of collective housing.

Typology and Form in Architecture 4 – a student will be able to:
- understand the basics of designer - programme parameters, functional organization and types of spatial organization of different architectural tasks for public buildings.

Architectural Design Workshop 3 – a student will be able to:
- solve a design task on the topic of public buildings.

Architectural Design Workshop 4 – Final Work– a student will be able to:
- design a simple public building with a special emphasis on the choice and development of a building structure.

 

Graduate Study of Architecture and Urban Planning
Graduate Design Studio 1 – a student will be able to:
- to analyze different aspects of the design programme and complex location conditions of historical ambience;
- to solve an architectural tasks of a more complex programme in the demanding historical location.

Graduate Design Studio 2 – a student will be able to:
- to solve complex urban and architecture planning tasks – from the urban planning design of a wider site, through creating architectural designing programme, to creating preliminary architectural designs of certain sections of a complex.

Graduate Design Studio 3 – a student will be able to:
-  to solve a very complicated urban and architectural planning task.

Interior Design - a student will be able:
-analyze spatial qualities and possibilities of the existing space in which he/she
will be intervened;
-valorize historical layers and qualities of the existing space;
-coordinate design process from initial concept phase to finished interior
evaluation phase;
-create architectural program which is implemented in the particular existing
architectural space;
-integrate all of the knowledge from undergraduate studies in the design process of
the interior in the specific existing space;
-create interior project of the specific existing space;
-design interior in the way to include all of the functional organization elements,
materials, surfaces and interior elements specifications, natural and artificial
lighting, polychromy, and furniture with special attention to interior details
developing.