This course considers public buildings and the needs of major institutional clients, building users and the general public.
The architectural projects within the studio: analyse and evaluate the client's requirements and objectives; explore the application of architectural theories and processes; resolve design issues relating to occupancy and functionality; evaluate factors influencing project costing; and document the integration of construction systems and materials consistent with the project brief.
Availability2019 Course Timetables
- Semester 1 - 2019
On successful completion of the course students will be able to:
1. Ability to analyse and evaluate a client's requirements and objectives for a public building on a particular site.
2. Integrate and creatively explore architectural theories and processes within a schematic design.
3. Resolution of architectural design issues concerning the project brief, building occupancy, functional aspects, spatial requirements and circulation.
4. Prepare a design incorporating consideration of project costing for a public building
5. Demonstrate, in architectural documentation, a knowledge of construction systems, materials and detailing for a public building.
- Architectural theories, processes and precedents for the design of a public building.
- Analysis and evaluation of a client’s requirements and objectives for a public building.
- Architectural design methods to resolve the functional and spatial requirements of a public building.
- Factors influencing project costing for a public building.
- Partial documentation and resolution of construction systems, materials and detailing appropriate for a public building.
This course is only available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Design (Architecture) program.
ARBE2220 Architecture Studio 3
Report: Brief Analysis
Project: Schematic Design
Project: Architectural Documentation
Project: Developed Design
Face to Face On Campus 24 hour(s) per Term Full Term
2 x 1 hour sessions for this course
Face to Face On Campus 54 hour(s) per Term Full Term
2 x 3 hour studios - one studio for the beginning of the week with at least one day in between the two studios.