Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology
The process and product of design through the integration of supporting modules. Spatial design as response to user. Design of inclusive environments, reuse of architectural space, planning and form-giving processes, production and identity as design determinants. The influence of perception, ergonomics and the tectonics on space making. Scenographic, product, exhibition or installation design. Skills: programming, architectural space analysis, time management, advanced graphic and reprographic techniques.Pertinent theory that informs and supports the design process in interior architecture. Students may from time to time be required to undertake experiential learning/practical work, community engagement, or data collection activities related to on-site research in socioeconomically underprivileged areas.
AAL 110, KON 111, KON 121, OML 110, OML 120 and ONT 100
17 studio hours per week, 2 lectures per week
Language of tuition
Module is presented in English
Period of presentation
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