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Premium member Presentation Transcript Architectural Design Lectures Lecture 1 Architectural Design: Education vs. Practice: Architectural Design Lectures Lecture 1 Architectural Design: Education vs. Practice Lectures to Architectural Design 1 October 2009 By: Dr. Yasser MahgoubPowerPoint Presentation: What is Architecture? A good definition was provided by the Roman architect VITRUVIUS in the 1st century AD in the first of his famous collection “ Ten Books on Architecture ”.PowerPoint Presentation: What is Architecture? Vitruvius said that architecture was a building that incorporated : Utilitas ... Firmitas … Venustas Commodity ... Firmness ... Delight Utility ... Structure ... Attractive Use ... Construction … Appearance Function ... Technology ... AestheticPowerPoint Presentation: The Difference Between Architecture and Building Any Building ≠ Architecture Architecture = Design BEFORE Building Architecture is DESIGNED Buildings, Spaces and Environments. According to Human Needs Using Technology and Science, With Aesthetic Qualities.What is Design?: What is Design? DESIGN is a both a verb (to design) & a noun (a design). DESIGN is both a process & a product The process of designing and product that is designed.What is Design?: What is Design? DESIGN is an activity aiming at the production of a plan of action which if executed is expected to lead to a situation with certain desired characteristics and without unforeseen and undesired side and after effects .PowerPoint Presentation: The Context of Architecture Earth Climate Ecology Resources Cities Neighborhoods Buildings Interior Spaces Individual Groups Psychological Social Cultural Individual Human Environment Built Environment Natural EnvironmentPowerPoint Presentation: Gary Cooper as Howard Roark in The Fountainhead . The Architect !The Star-Architects !: The Star-Architects ! Sir. Norman Foster Renzo Piano Richard Rogers Jean Nouvel High-Tech Architecture Robert Venturi Philip Jonson Michael Graves Cesar Pelli Post-Modern Architecture Le Corbusier F. L.. Wright Walter Gropius Mies Van Der Rohe Modern Architecture D. Libeskind Frank Gehry Peter Eisenman Zaha Hadid Deconstruction Tadao Ando Luis Barrag‡n Álvaro Siza John Pawson Minimalism Architecture Jorn Utzon Alvar Aalto Mario Botta K. Frampton Critical RegionalismWho is the Architect?: Who is the Architect? The word architect is derived from the Greek word architekton meaning master builder . One who designs buildings and supervises their construction . Architects are licensed professionals trained in the art and science of building design . They transform needs into concepts and then develop the concepts into images and plans of buildings that can be constructed by others .The Architecture Profession: The Architecture Profession Architecture, as a profession is the practice of providing a service, which includes many different disciplines while the overall aim of an architect is to design buildings . Architecture can refer to the actual product, the architecture of a building or it can refer to the method or style used to design the building.Architecture in Practice: Owner Consultant Consultant Consultant Trade Contractor Trade Contractor Trade Contractor Architect Contractor Architecture in PracticePowerPoint Presentation: Sociology Psychology Anthropology Materials Structure Electrical Mechanical Civil Painting Sculpture Aesthetics Architecture Education Arts Science & Engineering Humanities The Education of the ArchitectProject Based Learning: Project Based Learning In architecture education we apply what is known as “Project Based Learning” (PBL). Project Based Learning allows teachers to create tasks whose complexity and openness mimic problems in the real world . The Education of the ArchitectProject Based Learning: Project Based Learning Students can see the interdisciplinary nature of these tasks, and see that each task may have more than one solution . Students have the freedom to choose different strategies and approaches may become more engaged in the learning process , and these students will be more likely to approach other problems with an open mind . The Education of the ArchitectPowerPoint Presentation: Comparison Between Architectural Design in Practice and in Education In Education In Practice Hypothetical Real Client/Owner Low priority High priority Economics Low priority High priority Constructability Process Product Focus Low priority High priority Building Industry Not required Required Licensing Considered Applied Codes and Regulations Grade (A) Money ($) CompensationPowerPoint Presentation: Impact of Design on Cost ImplicationsThank you: Thank you Dr. Yasser Mahgoub http://ymahgou.fortunecity.com/ You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.