STUDY GUIDE 2018/2019 -TILBURG

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art & culture

economics

architecture 3

media 3

core 3

research 2

critical thinking 2

worldschool

fabrication

fabrication

out of the box

society

society

wildcard

eco(nomo)logies

eco(nomo)logies

impact

winterschool 3

practice portfolio 3

portfolio 3

sustainable design

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CONTENT

[…] As you know, most of what the architect has by tradition been known to provide probably can be provided today by others, more efficiently and to the point. What has always interested me is not what the architect can provide that others can also provide (which is a sort of parallelism), but that which only the architect can provide. And I believe strongly now, more than ever, that only the architect can provide that which affects the spirit. Spirit is huge, amorphic word, but anything less, or any pursuit or study or investigation that doesn’t move to that central issue is – I was going to say irrelevant – but it’s just not architecture […] John Hejdjuk (out of Architecture an Imagination 1989)

As opposed to John Hejdjuk that was viewing architecture from the inside, this course will look at architecture from the perspective of another (to architecture tangential) discipline. During this interdisciplinary course students will explore space from another perspective.

 

LITERATURE

tba

 

RESULTS

tba

 

EXAMINATION

SKILLS TEST

 

OBJECTIVES

• Developing the skill to intervene in the existing context.

• Exploring the poetics of space.

• Obtaining an experimental and flexible attitude.

• Approaching space design from the perspective of the arts.

 

COMPETENCES

Design, Level 1 & 2 / Research, Level 1 & 2/ Communicating, level 1& 2

 

WEEKLY SCHEDULE

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period

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Tutors

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EU Qualifications

2018-2019

OUT OF THE BOX

4

1, 2, 3

4

6 weeks, friday from 09:00-17:30

Raviv Ganchrow

SKILS TEST

STUDIO

a, b, c, e, g, h, i