Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology
Semester 1 The process of design through the integration of supporting modules. Understanding and investigating urban form, urban ecology and site ecology. Site planning: exploration of complexities at neighbourhood and regional scale including ecological, economic and social planning aspects. Design: framework and master planning at regional context. Skills: technology-backed reprographic techniques, competitions and exhibitions, decision making and time planning. Semester 2 The product of design through the integration of supporting modules. Exploration of detail urban ecology, economic and social aspects, and historic and cultural environments. Site planning: Interdisciplinary problem solving with emphasis on site design and sustainable and appropriate technologies. Design: complex detail design and sketch plans developed to construction drawings in KON 320.
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