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PID-41 Arhitecture Studio (5)

The Faculty of Interior Architecture / Interior Architecture
3rd Year, sem 1, 2019-2020 | Compulsory Course | Hours/Week: 1C+9P | ECTS Credits: 14
Interior Design and Design
Course Leader:
lect.dr.arh. Mihaela Staicu
Teaching Staff:

conf. dr. arh. Beatrice Joger, lect. dr. arh. Mihaela Staicu, dr. arh. Adina Dinescu, arh. Romeo Simiraș, arh. Astrid Rottman, drd. arh. int. Teodora Utto,

Learning outcomes:

1. The transition to a superior level of understanding and sinthesizing of some complex architectural and interior architectural programs that rise specific particularities;
2. To order, complete, improve and study thoroughly the knowledge of previous theoretical courses and years and in the same time to approach some of the cutting issues of the specific theme that are been studing;
3. Familiarizing the students with different technologies of producing alternative energies based on the multidisciplinary approach;
4. To operate in a given time the best selection of the main idea - the concept – able to lead the project to a particular architectural expresion that embodies all the function required by theme. In that sense a very important goal is the properly use of the entire designed space, în accordance with the functions required;
5. To operate a good selection among the finishing elements by corroborating the research data, the personal knowledges and options in a coherent, adequate and feasable solution;
6. To proper select and organize the important pieces to represent în the final project;
7. To shape the searching skills and the selection of the bibliography and data archiving;
8 . To arrange and hold a synthetically presentation speach în front of jury and of the coleagues;


During the first semester there will be studied two projects:
Project 1 - The Roumanian Pavilion inside of the Astana Universal Exhibition 2017 lasts for 4+1 weeks
Project 2 - P5. 2 - A Solar House în an urban environment shaped on the contest Solar Decathlon Europe lasts 7+1 weeks.
It runs in two steps: first: the Architectural Project and second: the Interior Architectural Project


Three projects without guinding - one day project on themes correlated with the main one

Teaching Method:

The theme of the project is pressented to the whole year by lectures and multimedia presentations. There will be collocquies outside our university and meetings with specialists from related areas to advise on related technologies needed for the project itself but also on the aspects that are specific to our future ocupation teamwork.


Individual presentation of the project in front of the jury and colleagues correlated with the presence and activity within the studio.


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FRAMPTON, Kenneth – Modern Architecture: A critical History, Thames & Hudson, 1982
GRAF, Anton – Casa Pasivă, Editura Casa, Oradea, 2013
IONESCU, Grigore – Arhitectura pe Teritoriul României de-a Lungul Veacurilor, Editura Academiei RSR, București, 1982
LE CORBUSIER, Pierre JEANNERET – Oeuvre Complete (8 Vol.); Zurich, 1929-1970;
LUCAS, Stephen E. – Arta de a Vorbi în Public, Editura Polirom, Iași, 2014
NEUFERT, Ernst – Manualul Arhitectului, Editura Alutus, 2004
PATRULIUS, Radu R.– Locuința în timp și spațiu, Editura Tehnică, București, 1975
PIAGET, Jean – Psihologia Inteligenței, Editura Științifică, București, 1998
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VIDIELLA , Alex Sanchez - Green Living, Sustainable Houses - Booqs Publishers bvb, Antwerp, 2009

ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW, A+U, DETAIL, L’ARCHITECTURE D’AUJOURD’HUI, TECHNIQUES & ARCHITECTURE; AA 196 - Habitat Entre L`individuel et Collectif, AA 203 - Du Village a la Ville, AA 225 - Le Logement, AA 226 - Maison Japonaises

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