ARBE6221

Architectural Design 4B

20 Units

Develops issues associated with the city and urbanisation and specifically, the economic, environmental, political, regulatory, socio-cultural and technical contexts of complex high density inner-city mixed-use development. A choice of project client, site and program is offered and design theories and strategies are developed that respond to the unique characteristics of each project. Through progressive research, discussion and critique, students develop and present theoretical frameworks and project proposals using 2 and 3 dimensional media that integrates communication, environmental, project management, technical and theoretical knowledge.

Faculty Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment
School School of Architecture and Built Environment
Availability Semester 2 - 2015 (Callaghan Campus)
Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Prepare a mixed-use design proposal.
  2. Work autonomously and collaboratively
  3. Present written, verbal and visual concepts and ideas
  4. Integrate research findings to a resolved proposition.
Content
  • Problem familiarisation and mixed-use theory analysis
  • Precedent analysis
  • Context analysis
  • Theoretical frameworks and site organisation strategy
  • Conceptual design review
  • Developed site organisation strategy
  • Schematic design review
  • Context, composition and planning development
  • Building detail refinement
  • Developed design review
  • Composition, planning and systems refinement
  • Composition, planning and systems resolution
  • Final presentation and critique
Assumed Knowledge ARBE4220
Assessment Items
  • Project: Concept Design
  • Project: Final Design
Contact Hours
  • Field Study: for 8 hour(s) per Term
  • Lecture: for 12 hour(s) per Term
  • Studio: for 57 hour(s) per Term
  • Workshop: for 24 hour(s) per Term
Timetable 2015 Course Timetables for ARBE6221

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