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The Faculty of Interior Architecture / Product Design
5th Year, sem 1, 2019-2020 | Compulsory Course | Hours/Week: 1C+12P | ECTS Credits: 16

PID-21 | Design Studio (9)

Department: Interior Design and Design
Course Leader:
prof.dr.arh. Răzvan Luscov
Teaching Staff:
asist.dr.des.Livia Nica-Rus
Learning outcomes:
-he/she will understand, acquire and apply the specific steps of the design process (the history and evolution of the possible solutions, market research, user's profile, sketches, models, technical boards etc.);
-he/she will create and deliver a graphic and oral statement supporting his/her research and innovations;
-training future professionals by creating a complex design project

-prediploma simulation (documentation, analytic study, definition of the personal project area, concept sketches) presented in a A3 workbook;

-diploma simulation (drawings, plans, elevations, sections, details, perspectives, models, photos, comments etc.) presented in minimum 6 sq.m. of A1 paper sheets;

-visual identity of the project (logo, graphic symbol, presentation poster, technical informative brochure) submitted in a A2 paper sheet.
Teaching Method:
visual and oral presentations, Village Museum filed trip, thematic lectures, discussions and debates, sketches, individual study and research
individual reviews and debates, final public presentation of the project
general minimal bibliography:
Nikolaus Pevsner, Pioneers of Modern Design -from William Morris to Walter Gropius, ed. Penguin Books, New York, 1960;
Victor Papanek, Design pentru lumea reală, ed. Tehnică, București, 1977;
Bruno Munari, Da cosa nasce cosa, ed. Laterza, 2003;
Neufert, Manualul arhitectului. Elemente de proiectare și construcție, ed. Iutus, 2004;
Rudolf Arnheim, Arta și percepția vizuală -o pshihologie a văzului creator, ed. Polirom, 2011;
Philip Meggs, Alston Purvis, Meggs' History of Graphic Design, ed. Wiley, 2005;
Graham Pullin, Design Meets Disability, ed. Massachusetts of Technology, 2009;
Karl H. E. Kroemer, Extra-ordinary ergonomics: how to accommodate small and big persons..., ed. Cooperation with the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
minimum 50% review sessions during the project
Illustration by Laura Cristea and Cristina Popescu
Ten good reasons to study Architecture at UAUIM
The English taught Arhitecture Programme:
Ten Good Reasons.pdf
UAUIM brochure.pdf