- Course Leader:
- lect. Marilena Negulescu
- Teaching Staff:
- dr.arh.Marius Marcu Lapadat, dr.arh.int. Raluca Velescu, dr.arh.int. Cristian Silviu Valentin, dr.arh.int. Marilena Negulescu, drd.arh. Arthur O'Looney
- Learning outcomes:
- Ability to design and draft, including through digital techniques, and technical and artistic interior architecture plans.
Knowledge of the principles of composition and the language of the discipline.
The use of different drafting methods in outlining the architectural concept.
- The 42 hours/semester are grouped into 3 modules.
Theme 1 Visual organizations (11 hours): Designing a unitary and balanced composition.
Theme 2 Linear drawing (20 hours): Learning the ways of representing and differentiating lines.
Theme 3 Decorative plate (11 hours): Creating new textures starting from a basic module. Highlighting the tactile potential of materials.
- Teaching Method:
- Lectures accompanied by screenings of digital images.
Exercises performed invidual, consisting in creating 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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Herbert Tony, Huggins Kathryn, The decorative tile in architecture and interiors, Phaidon, 2000
Hilliard Elizabeth, The Tile Book: Decorating with Fired Earth, Pavilion, 1999
Van Lemmen Hans, Tiles: 1000 Years of Architectural Decoration, Abrams, 1993
Hedgecoe John, Damluji Salma Samar, Zillij: The Art of Moroccan Ceramics, Garnet, 1992