Not currently offered

Course handbook

Description

The design studio is structured into a number of tutor led themes aligned to complex issues associated with the city. Students devise a research model that includes data gathering, recursive experimentation, weekly discussion and critique leading to a design proposition. Research findings are presented through a process of continuous engagement with a self-directed individual case study problem.


Availability

Not currently offered.

This Course was last offered in Semester 2 - 2017.


Learning outcomes

On successful completion of the course students will be able to:

1. Enrich discourse with a variety of references (literary and or practical).

2. Pursue design as research linked to analysis, hypothesis, argument and resolution.

3. Demonstrate iterative experimentation through various means and processes.

4. Integrate research findings towards forming a resolved proposition.


Content

  • Research based design
  • Urban context reading, creative analysis, data processing
  • Design research hypothesis
  • Abstract systems, working models, analogue/digital testing
  • Dynamic models simulating behaviours
  • Schematic design (argument & strategy)
  • Scheme integration into urban context
  • Design research progression, resolution & refinement

Assumed knowledge

ARBE4220


Assessment items

Project: Design Research Hypothesis

Project: Schematic Design

Project: Design Development