PID-42 Arhitecture Studio (6)

The Faculty of Interior Architecture / Interior Architecture
3rd Year, sem 2, 2021-2022 | Compulsory Course | Hours/Week: 1C+9P | ECTS Credits: 14
Department:
Interior Design and Design
Course Leader:
prof.dr.arh. Beatrice-Gabriela Jöger
Teaching Staff:
prof. dr. habil. arh. Beatrice-Gabriela Jöger, asist. dr. arh. Mihaela Lăcraru, asist. dr. arh. Andrei Năstase, arh. drd. Astrid Rottman, arh. drd. George Dobre
Learning outcomes:

Knowledge and deepening of a complex architecture program - housing, from multifaceted, flexible, transdisciplinary perspectives.
• Raising the level of technical knowledge that composes and defines a sustainable architecture project by understanding and correctly solving the various technical requirements that need to be taken into account in the general architectural design and the interior space in particular;
• Building a specific theme starting from understanding the human factor as a user of the designed space;
• Ability to build a flexible theme according to the scenarios in which the home can be used;
• Skillful selection and integration of different installations and technical spaces in the architecture project;
• Up-to-date with the latest intelligent materials and their integration in the architectural project in such a way as not only to improve the technical performance of the designed building but also to provide a satisfactory aesthetic response;
• Ability to write and represent a project at the level of construction permit, in the first stage and at the level of execution details, in the second stage.
• Ability to harmonize the contents / furniture of the house to its external appearance;
• The ability to weigh and prioritize the trade-offs related to the valorization of some functions and of some spaces or materials used.
• Responsibility for all technical disciplines and in the coordination of all actors involved in design;
• Responsibility and constancy in assuming complex work situations;
• Ethics in assuming documentation sources.

Content:

The curriculum of the second semester carries out an extended project organized in two phases, with guidance, and three short ones - one-day sketch, no guidelines.
The long project requires the elaboration and drafting of a single-family, multifunctional and energy-independent housing project - after the Solar Decathlon model, structured in two stages: the elaboration of the architectural project and the elaboration of the interior architecture project.

Teaching Method:

The theme is presented throughout the year through theoretical lectures and multimedia presentations. Colloquia are organized outside the university and meetings with specialists in related fields, for information on specific programs, technological flows needed to be taken into account in the project economy but also on teamwork issues related to the specifics of the future profession.
In the workshop, each student continuously benefits from individual and panel correction in the successive stages of the project.
Of particular importance there are considered to be the individual research, site visits, market research of profile products, sketches, examples, preparation and deepening the bibliography.
In the workshop, each student continuously benefits from individual and panel correction in the successive stages of the project.

Assessment:

Individual presentation of the project in front of the committee and colleagues in conjunction with the activity and attendance at the workshop. Presence and activity along the way + Final evaluation of the pieces required through each theme. Individual support of the project with grading by the jury.

Bibliography:

DURAN, Sergi Costa – Maisons ecolos; Green living- sustainable houses
EDWARDS, A.R., The Sustainability Revolution, New Society Publishers 2005, Canada
FRAMPTON, Kenneth – „Modern architecture: a critical history”, Thames & Hudson, Londra, 1992
GRAF, Anton – Casa Pasivă, Editura Casa, Oradea, 2013
GAUSA, Manuel – „Housing: new alternatives - new systems”, Actar, Barcelona, 1998
IONESCU, Grigore – Arhitectura pe Teritoriul României de-a Lungul Veacurilor, Editura Academiei RSR, București, 1982
LAPLATINE, Francois – Descrierea etnografică, Editura Polirom, Iași, 2000
LE CORBUSIER, Pierre JEANNERET, Oeuvre Complete (8 Vol.); Zurich, 1929-1970;
LUCAS, Stephen E. – Arta de a Vorbi în Public, Editura Polirom, Iași, 2014
MAGWOOD, C., Essential Sustainable Home Design, New Society Publishers 2017, Canada
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
PRUNDEANU, Delia – Tehnologia lucrărilor decorative, Editura Didactică și Pedagogică, București, 1995
SĂSĂRMAN, Gheorghe; LASCU, Nicolae; DEAC, Alexandrina – Gândirea Estetică în Arhitectura Românească, Editura Meridiane, 1983
STAICU, Mihaela – Amprente: O incursiune antropologică în locuirea din marile ansambluri – cazul Drumul Taberei, Editura UAUIM, București, 2013
TODOROV, Tzvetan – Viața comună: eseu de antropologie generală, Editura Humanitas, București, 2009
VIDIELLA , Alex Sanchez - Green Living, Sustainable Houses - Books 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