- Introduction to the basic vocabulary of interior architecture
- Understanding the spatial organization of dwelling
- Ability to conceive spatial configurations that satisfy structural, functional and aesthetical requirements.
- Understand the finishing materials, lighting problem and their appropriate use.
- Ability to design and furnish a home with a medium complexity.
- Analysis of a house designed in the 20th century accompanied by the development of model diagrams of study: structure, circulation, function, etc..
- Proposal for an simple function (eg entrance pavilion for an argeological site)
Lecture accompanied by digital images followed by individual and guided development of drawings accompanied by study models.
Jury. Each project receive a mark.
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