BP3-16 Architectural Design Studio / Theory of Architectural Design (3.2)

The Faculty of Architecture / Architecture
3rd Year, sem 1, 2021-2022 | Compulsory Course | Hours/Week: 1L+12P | ECTS Credits: 6
Department:
Basics of Architectural Design
Course Leader:
conf.dr.arh Melania Dulămea
Teaching Staff:
conf. dr. arh. Iulian Gudina , șef lucr dr. arh. Emil Ivănescu, conf. dr. arh. Cosmin Caciuc, conf. dr. arh. Ștefan Simion, conf. dr. arh. Florian Stanciu, conf. dr. arh. Liviu Neaga, conf. dr. arh. Melania Dulămea, conf. dr. arh. Dorin Ștefan Adam, prof. dr. arh. Dan Marin, conf. dr. arh. Dragoș Perju, șef lucr dr. arh. Vladimir Nicula, șef lucr dr. arh. Cristina Constantin, șef lucr dr. arh. Cosmin Pavel
Learning outcomes:

Strengthen the progressive understanding of the city through the project, exploring the co-presence of several rules of urban planning.
Training the capacity to build a public architectural program and to understand the urban articulations of a public building.
Developing the sensitivity for the built heritage and the professional skills of intervention on and in the vicinity of some existing buildings with architectural value.
Developing the capacity for formal creation and architectural composition, exploring hierarchical relationships between elements with weights and variable role within the ensemble.
Understanding the sustainable dimension of the design and use of built spaces.

Content:

Theme 2 (III) / Places of the city II. Bucharest Architecture Center. The site is marked by the coexistence and simultaneous visibility of several principles and rules for ordering space and urban life. The project consolidates the understanding of the Bucharest urban palimpsest, integrating an existing building and emphasizing the exploration of the history, meanings and public culture of the city. The design of a public equipment involves the integrated development of design skills through which the student can negotiate complex issues related to the program, site, architectural form within a specific context.
The architecture center will have a strong cultural and social character. It will function at the scale of the neighborhood scale and the historic center, but as a landmark for the whole city, as well. It will deal with heritage and history, but also with present and future issues. Its identity will follow your vision. You can, for example, emphasize its national relevance (in which case we recommend to limit yourselves to the modern and contemporary period) or its focus on Bucharest.

Teaching Method:

- Theoretical lectures (with illustrations) delivered by professors for all the year students or within the design shops;
-Continual guidance through the study activity;
- Correction of each student’s work or with the whole group;
- Site visits, case analysis, worksheets, project sketches, scale models.

Assessment:

Project workbook, individual overview of the project, the design studio jury will give a grade.

Bibliography:

București, România, sud-estul Europei
Bonciocat, Șerban, Hanna Derer, Corina Popa, „București demolat”, Fundația Ines, 2013
Maurice Cerasi, La Città del Levante. Civiltà urbana e architettura sotto gli Ottomani nei secoli XVIII-XIX, Jaca Books, Milano,1986
Giuseppe Cina, „București, de la sat la metropolă”, Editura Capitel, București, 2010
Hanna Derer, Building Urbanity in Bucharest, siTA, Vol. 3 / 2015, “De Urbanitate”. Tales of Urban Lives and Spaces - https://sita.uauim.ro/f/sita/art/04_Derer.pdf
Ștefan Ghenciulescu, „Orașul transparent. Limite și locuire în București”, Editura Universitară Ion Mincu, Zeppelin, 2010
Constantin C. Giurescu, „Istoria Bucureștilor”, Editura Vremea, 2009
Grigore Ionescu, „Istoria arhitecturii româneți. Din cele mai vechi timpuri până la 1900”, Ed. Capitel
Ulysse de Marsillac, Ghidul călătorului la București în „Bucureștiul în veacul al XIX-lea”, editat de către Adrian-Silvan Ionescu, Editura Meridiane, 1999
Lascu, Nicolae, „Legislație și dezvoltare urbană. București 1831 – 1952”, doctorat, UAUIM, 1997
Lascu, Nicolae, „Bulevardele bucureștene până la primul război mondial”, Simetria, București, 2011
Andrei Pănoiu, „Evoluția orașului București”, Editura Fundației Arhitext, București, 2011
Andrei Pippidi, „Case și oameni din București” (Vol. I+II), Editura Humanitas, București, 2012
Ioana Tudora, „La curte. Grădina, cartier și peisaj urban în București”, Editura Curtea Veche
Ana Maria Zahariade, „Arhitectura in proiectul comunist. Romania 1944-1989”, Editura Simetria, București, 2011

Lucrări esențiale
• Am menționat aici data primei ediții. Vă recomandăm, desigur, o ediție cât mai nouă
Kenneth Frampton, „Modern Architecture: A Critical History”, Thames and Hudson World of Art, 1980-Wiliam JR Curtis, „Modern Architecture Since 1900”, Phaidon, 1982-
Leonardo Benevolo, „The History of the City”, MIT Press, 1971-

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