Architecture and Design Material Processes (DESA9013)
UNIT OF STUDY
This studio-based unit introduces fundamental knowledge and technical skills for students to produce a series of 3D works extending their understanding and experience of material processes in design and architecture. Students will work with a broad range of traditional and experimental materials; emphasis is placed on developing students' material and spatial awareness of three-dimensional forms in a design context and investigating their conceptual meanings and applications. Students will be required to design, plan and produce a series of sculptural works, utilizing mediums and techniques explored throughout the semester. Additionally, students are required to independently research and discuss in class historical precedents and contemporary practices that inform their projects and relate them to the contextual framework of design and architecture.
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Further unit of study information
Workshop 3 hrs/wk
Studio Projects and associated tasks (70%); Research Process Journal (30%)
Faculty/department permission required?
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