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Diploma Thesis * Topical Research Diploma project * Design examination *
The Diploma Project is presented in public before a State Board of Examiners. The general requirements for presentation include demonstration of good knowledge on the contemporary urban trends, logical structuring and a convincing justification of the solution offered. The specific requirements are: (a) in case of practical/applied development – clear and original concept for development of the territory considered; well-grounded opportunities for concept realisation; (b) in case of ...
Public Buildings
The prevailing types of public buildings – historic development, modern trends and principal norms, are presented.
Public Buildings - Executive Project
A fragment of Pre-diploma project І (PUBSP1) is developed in a preliminary design phase.
Public Buildings - Pre - Diploma Project I
A typical and complex public building – a hall for visual demonstration or a sports hall is designed. The functional and technological aspects of the corresponding type of building are examined in detail.
Public Buildings - Pre - Diploma Project II
Types of buildings, which give opportunity to students to operate with ideas, interpreted in architectural form at a maximum freedom of opinions and preferences, are designed.
Public Buildings - Project I
The foundations of the design of buildings, justified from a functional, town planning and compositional point of view, are presented with the help of a small public building.
Public Buildings - Project II
The variety of types, decisions and approaches to the design of typical public buildings is presented.
Public Buildings - Special Course
Students are introduced to the designed in the corresponding semester types of buildings. Their knowledge about the peculiarities and versatility of public buildings is extended. The course is presented by lecturers, having an opinion on the elucidating of the function, on the performance and the use of the buildings. The second part of the course emphasises on “philosophy”, symbolic, and other conceptual problems and problems of the creative process.