University of Western Australia

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Architectural Technical Resolution

  • ARCT4431
  • Semester 2 (see Timetable)
  • 6 points
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This unit looks at the issues involved in architectural design development and is taught in two concurrent streams. The major stream involves each student taking a selected sketch design from a previous design studio folio, and consistently, over the course of the semester, developing specific aspects and spaces within the scheme to a much greater resolution of detail and architectural meaning. The selected spaces are developed through numerous studies at a minimum scale of 1:20, looking at architectural intent, materials, structure, building sequence, integration of structure and services, expression of program, fenestration and weathering. The second stream is a series of lectures which... -- Course Website

Instructor: Associate Professor Andrea Quagliola

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