Understanding the language and codes used in interior architecture
Learning material sense, the various techniques of 3D images and control configurations, including the layout.
Develop the sense of proportion, understanding of space and stimulate creativity
Practice various techniques of 2D representation of 3D spatial configuration
The 42 hours/ semester are grouped into 3 modules.
Topic 1 (11 hours): The architectural language composed by drawings, supplemented by texts. The use of mixed techniques.
Topic 2 (20 hours): Conventions of representation, the use of different codes and representation at different scales.
Topic 3 (11 hours): Conceptual design. Using the line as a tool for understanding the 3D
Lectures accompanied by screenings of digital images.
Exercises performed invidual, consisting in drawings with the use of different techniques and / or models.
Jury. The notes are denominated in values with a decimal. The final mark is composed of the average of the best 3 of the 4 values obtained.
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- Grimley Chris si Love Mimi, Color Space Style, Rockport Publishers, Inc., 2007
- McMorrough Julia, Materials Structures Standards, Rockport Publishers, Inc., 2006
- Ching Francis si Binggeli Corki, Interior Design Illustrated 2nd edition,
John Wiley&Sons, New Jersey, 2005