STUDY GUIDE 2018/2019 -TILBURG

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art & culture

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architecture 3

media 3

core 3

research 2

critical thinking 2

worldschool

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fabrication

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society

society

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eco(nomo)logies

eco(nomo)logies

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winterschool 3

practice portfolio 3

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sustainable design

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EU Qualifications

2017-2018

Core 3 STUDIO

5

3

1

8 weeks, Fridays from 09:00-17:00 am

Gabriel R. Peña & Servie Boetzkes

SKILLS TEST

Workshop, Atelier, Team

a,e,f,g

 

 

 

 

CONTENT

Every work of architecture consists of multiple scales – the scale of site and massing, the scale of exterior and interior spaces, and the scale of detail. A successful building must work to each scale simultaneously.

We find the DNA of the building in its detail, the genetic code particular to time, place and technique. It completes the story and at its best is inevitable.

                                                                                                                    Mark Mclnturff

                                                     (Mclnturff Architects, Bethesda, Maryland, USA)

This course targets detailing on various scales of an existing structure in order to architecturally manifest programmatic changes. The architectural detail forms a logical consequence of the design concept and process.

Detailing will refer to:

Meaning - material details can be regarded as having influence on:

∞ Formal and spatial ideas and their significance in the architectural design (Contributive details).

∞ Detail to detail relationship within the spatial design.

∞ Intensification and Ornamentation.

∞ Unification of the visual composition of major building elements (Transitional detailing)

Comfort - Material details determine to a great extend the performance of a building concerning climate, energy and experience.

Constructability -

∞ Sequencing -the logistics of detailing constructability and its influence on the building

                process

∞ Efficiency- the level at which details are produced and maintained.

∞ Craftsmanship and standards Lifespan and aging

 

“REWRITE” a collective residential /office building of the future within an existing spatial frame meets the needs of various target groups with a unique lifestyle. It offers flexibly, different housing types and communal areas.

 

“REWRITE” accommodates the creative entrepreneur. Mixing business with innovative concepts that relate to art and design, craft fair, food and beverage. A place to work and meet.

 

“REWRITE” is a 'vertical village' responding to our pluralistic society.

 

COMPETENCES

Research, level 2

Communicating, Level 2