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DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE FACULTY OF ENGINEERING UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE

CHINA VISIT 2013 HOHHOT WUHAN XI’AN


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THE CITY OF

GLASGOW


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INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT

THE CITY AS LAB EUROPE UK SCOTLAND GLASGOW


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SCOTLAND


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SCOTLAND


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SCOTLAND


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GLASGOW OVERVIEW STRATHCLYDE


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STRATHCLYDE

GLASGOW PLAN


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STRATHCLYDE CAMPUS

DEPARTMENT ARCHITECTURE JAMES WEIRD BUILDING


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STRATHCLYDE CAMPUS DEPARTMENT ARCHITECTURE JAMES WEIRD BUILDING


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ACADEMIC CONTEXT

WHY STUDY AT STRATHCLYDE?


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ABOUT

4 REASONS TO JOIN US


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STRATHCLYDE OFFERS

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ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITIES

PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

CULTURAL OPPORTUNITIES

PERSONAL OPPORTUNITIES


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ACADEMIC CONTEXT

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ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITIES


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ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITY TEACHING AND RESEARCH In the most recent teaching quality assessment, Strathclyde scored over 90% rating at either “excellent” or “highly satisfactory” – ahead of all other Scottish universities. Our research strengths were highlighted by the most recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) in which over 90% of our staff across all departments achieved the top rating score of 4 or 5. This means they are conducting research of national or international excellence.


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ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITY THE UNIVERSITY

STAFF & STUDENTS 22,000 Full Time Students 15,000 Undergraduate 7,000 Postgraduate 860 Academic Staff 400 Research Staff


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ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITY THE UNIVERSITY More than 2500 International students from over 100 countries: EU China India Russia Malaysia Singapore Indonesia Thailand Pakistan Norway Canada Nigeria 113,000 alumni community


UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE . DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE

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ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITY THE UNIVERSITY

FOUR FACULTIES:

1. ENGINEERING 2. HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE 3. SCIENCE 4. BUSINESS SCHOOL


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ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITY THE UNIVERSITY

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT ARCHITECTURE JAMES WEIRD BUILDING

Bioengineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Design, Manufacture & Engineering Management Electronic & Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering National Centre for Training & Education in: Prosthetics & Orthotics Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering


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DESIGN STUDIO CULTURE _ 2013 DEPARTMENT ARCHITECTURE JAMES WEIRD BUILDING


UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE . DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE

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PUBLIC SPACES IN THE CAMPUS DEPARTMENT ARCHITECTURE JAMES WEIRD BUILDING


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LEARNING CONTEXT

SS +

STAFF + STUDENTS EXPERIENCES


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ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITY THE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE http://www.strath.ac.uk/architecture/department/staff/

STAFF MEMBERS 20 academic (internal staff) 12 external tutors 4 technicians 4 administrative members STUDENTS 440 undergraduate students 40 postgraduate students 15 PhD-Mphil research students


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STUDENT EXPERIENCE 1. Plural and dynamic academic environment 2. Resources: workshop, IT lab, library, print room, rapid proto-typer/ laser cutter & GPO (project office) 3. Collaborative Hub (Place for Citizenship) 4. World-class academic staffing 5. Effective support: personalised tutelage, monitoring & pastoral care 6. Innovative teaching and research method/skills


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ARCHI STUDENT EXPERIENCE 2013 Student satisfaction: JACS = 85% Student satisfaction: NSS 2013 = 85% Learning resources (IT) = 90% Student satisfaction: PRES 2013 = 75%


UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE . DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE

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ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITY THE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE

YEAR AND COURSE DIRECTORS YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4 YEAR 5

DEREK MICHAEL PETER DAVID ULRIKE


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EXTERNAL TUTORS PRACTITIONERS NORD Architects Murray + Dunlop Architects Gareth Hoskins Architects ABC Architects Elder and Cannon Architects Sutherland Hussey Architects StudioKap Unlimited Design ZM Architects Riach partnership ARP Lorimer and Associates ARUP g5Architecture Page + Park Architects


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STUDENT SUPPORT DEPARTMENTAL -  International Liaison Director -  Pastoral care/academic progress (counsellor scheme/institution support) INSTITUTIONAL -  International and Graduate Office -  Financial and Personal (VISA) -  Accommodation -  Health and Safety -  International Familiarity & networks


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TEACHING METHOD ATTITUDE . Critique . Teamwork . Rigour . Enthusiasm . Independence SKILLS . Ability to communicate . Ability to ‘observe’ . Ability to reflect . Ability to design


LEARNING CONTEXT

UG

UNDERGRADUATE


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ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITY THE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE

UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES 1. BSc (Hons) in Architectural Studies 2. BSc (Hons) in Architectural Studies with International Studies


UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE . DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE


UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE . DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE

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GRADUATE STUDIES


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GRADUATE STUDIES


LEARNING CONTEXT

PG

POSTGRADUATE


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POSTGRADUATE STUDIES PgDip/M.Arch AAD PgDip/M.Arch AAS WEB: http://www.strath.ac.uk/architecture/studyingwithus/pg/ marchpgdipinadvancedarchitecturaldesign

MSc in Urban Design WEB: http://www.strath.ac.uk/architecture/research/urbandesignstudiesunit

MSc in Architectural Design for the Conservation of Built Heritage (from 2014) WEB: http://www.strath.ac.uk


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POSTGRADUATE STUDIES MSc in Urban Design WEB: http://www.strath.ac.uk/architecture/research/ urbandesignstudiesunit The Unit, led by Professor Sergio Porta and Dr. Ombretta Romice, is currently moving towards an interpretation of urban form and dynamics as layered manifestations of the complex relationships of mutual change and evolution, and this requires new ways of interpreting, representing and managing space. The Unit has developed International expertise on urban analysis from both a morphological and an experiential angle on MultiCentrality Analysis, urban regeneration, sustainable transport and development, community engagement in design and PostOccupancy Evaluation (POE).


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POSTGRADUATE STUDIES MSc in Architectural Design for the Conservation of Built Heritage WEB: http://www.strath.ac.uk The proposed MSc in Architectural Design for the Conservation of Built Heritage is design and technically focused. The course will be orientated to architects and engineers, but could also include contractors, planners, urban designers and any applicant who could demonstrate familiarity and interest for historic buildings. The course leader, Cristina Gonzรกlez-Longo RIBA SCA RIAS AFHEA is an academic, researcher and chartered architect specialised in architectural conservation, with a leading role in many well known projects such as Queensberry House, part of the Scottish Parliament complex. Cristina has also published widely and has created a new research group in architectural conservation.


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TEACHING INTERNATIONALISATION PORTFOLIO STUDY TRIPS INTERNATIONAL FORUM Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Brussels, Barcelona, Porto, Gdansk, Toledo INTERNATIONAL FORUM Alfa Programme (South America – EU) Architecture + Scenography (Paris, Lisbon & Prague) Designing in the Dark (Brussels) Chronocity Urban Sustainability (Florence)


CANADA

GLASGOW

USA

CHILE COLOMBIA ECUADOR BOLIVIA CUBA BRAZIL ARGENTINA PERU VENEZUELA

SINGAPURE CHINA MALAYSIA

AUSTRALIA


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STUDENT-STAFF MOBILITY Largest and most expansive exchange programme in the UK Opportunity to study abroad for one term in one of the 25 destinations UG: Semester 6 (Year 3) PG: Semester 9 (Year 5) Incoming culture (40+) BSc in Architectural Studies with International Studies


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ACADEMIC CONTEXT

CS

UG+PG COURSE STRUCTURE


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UG & PG COURSE STRUCTURE BSc in Architectural Studies (Hons.)/p/g Dip/Masters (AAD)

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2

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1 PP 4

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2 PP


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UG & PG COURSE STRUCTURE BSc in Architectural Studies (Hons.)/p/g Dip/Masters (AAD)

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UG & PG COURSE STRUCTURE BSc in Architectural Studies (Hons.)/p/g Dip/Masters (AAD)

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BSc

BSc (Hons)

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p/g dip/M.

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BSc in Architectural Studies (Hons.)/p/g Dip/Masters (AAD)

UG & PG COURSE STRUCTURE BSc in Architectural Studies (Hons.)/p/g Dip/Masters (AAD)

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1 PP 4

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BSc

P ARB/RIBA

Pt 1

BSc (Hons)

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2 PP

p/g dip/M. Pt 2

Pt 3


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ACADEMIC CONTEXT

P1

UG COURSE STRUCTURE PART 1


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CONTEXT: MYSELF IN THE WORLD THE PROJECTS: to furnish, to shelter, to dwell, to settle

CONTEXT: MYSELF IN A LOCAL ENVIRONMENT THE PROJECTS: to belong, to gather, to learn

CONTEXT: MYSELF IN A NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT THE PROJECTS: to live, to work, to play


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SEM 1 D

v.

TO FURNISH

6

To Support

TO SHELTER

12

Room with a View

EXAM

SEM 2 TO DWELL

v. 6

Home for an Artiste

TO SETTLE

EXAM 12

A Place to Practice

CS TS

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D

TO BELONG

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To Be

TO GATHER

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House of Worship

TO LEARN

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TO BUILD

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A Place to Study

To Bathe/ Dine/ Rest To Wonder CS TS Ele

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TO LIVE + TO WORK Urban Housing

CS ITP

12

TO PLAY A Place to Perform

12


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v.

TO FURNISH

6

To Support

TO SHELTER

12

EXAM

S

Room with a View

SEM 2 TO DWELL

v. 6

Home for an Artiste

TO SETTLE

EXAM 12

S

A Place to Practice

R1

Int.

CS TS

2

D

TO BELONG

6

To Be

TO GATHER

12

S

House of Worship

TO LEARN

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TO BUILD

12

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A Place to Study

R2

To Bathe/ Dine/ Rest To Wonder

Int.

CS TS Ele

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D

TO LIVE + TO WORK Urban Housing

ARB.RIBA Part 1 CS ITP

12

S

TO PLAY

12

S

A Place to Perform

International Exchange

EXT


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1

D

v.

TO FURNISH

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To Support

TO SHELTER

12

EXAM

S

SEM 2 TO DWELL

v. 6

Home for an Artiste

Room with a View

TO SETTLE

EXAM 12

S

A Place to Practice

R1

Int.

CS TS

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D

TO BELONG

6

To Be To Bathe/ Dine/ Rest To Wonder

TO GATHER

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S

House of Worship

TO LEARN A Place to Study

R2

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_TO _ BUILD ______ ________ ________ ____

12

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Int.

CS TS Ele

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CS ITP

___________________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _12_ _ _ _S_ _ _ Urban Housing ____ _______________________ ___________________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _Part _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ARB.RIBA TO + TO _ _LIVE ___ _ _WORK ___

TO PLAY

12

S

A Place to Perform

International Exchange

EXT


PRESENTATION CHINA 2013 PART 1 INTRODUCTION UG Part 1 COURSE STRUCTURE – LINES OF INTEGRATION SEM 1

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TO FURNISH

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To Support

TO SHELTER

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EXAM

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Room with a View

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SEM 2

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TO DWELL

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Home for an Artiste

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TO SETTLE

EXAM 12

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A Place to Practice

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Int.

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TO BELONG

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To Be To Bathe/ Dine/ Rest To Wonder

TO GATHER

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House of Worship

TO LEARN A Place to Study

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_TO _ BUILD ______ ________ ________ ____

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Int.

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___________________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _12_ _ _ _S_ _ _ Urban Housing ____ _______________________ ___________________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _Part _ _ _1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ARB.RIBA TO + TO _ _LIVE ___ _ _WORK ___

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CS ITP

TO PLAY A Place to Perform

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O

International Exchange

S

EXT


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ACADEMIC CONTEXT

PG

PG COURSE STRUCTURE PART 2


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MArch 1 - CONTEXT: MYSELF IN THE INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT THE PROJECTS: to display, to delight?

MArch 2 - CONTEXT: MYSELF IN THE WORLD THE PROJECTS: to wonder? To imagine?

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MSc in URBAN DESIGN


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SEM 1 D

TO DISPLAY

v. 9

Complex Building

EXAM

SEM 2

TO DELIGHT

v.

EXAM

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Simple Building

Int. CS

DISSERTATION

MAPPING

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TO IMAGINE (P/G Thesis) Part 1: Research

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TO IMAGINE (P/G Thesis cont.) Part 2: Design

International Exchange CS O DMP

S

EXT


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M T W T F

AFTERNNON

CLASS SUBJECTS

ARCHITECTURE DESIGN STUDIO 1

LECTURE/SEMINAR (Studio)

STUDIO DESIGN TUTORIAL Y1

STUDIO DESIGN TUTORIAL Y1

CLASS SUBJECTS

ARCHITECTURE DESIGN STUDIO 5

LECTURE/SEMINAR (Studio)

STUDIO DESIGN TUTORIAL Y5

STUDIO DESIGN TUTORIAL Y5 CLASS SUBJECTS

ARCHITECTURE DESIGN STUDIO 2

LECTURE/SEMINAR (Studio)

STUDIO DESIGN TUTORIAL Y2

STUDIO DESIGN TUTORIAL Y2 CLASS SUBJECTS

ARCHITECTURE DESIGN STUDIO 4

LECTURE/SEMINAR (Studio)

STUDIO DESIGN TUTORIAL Y4

STUDIO DESIGN TUTORIAL Y4 CLASS SUBJECTS

ARCHITECTURE DESIGN STUDIO 2

LECTURE/SEMINAR (Studio)

STUDIO DESIGN TUTORIAL Y2

STUDIO DESIGN TUTORIAL Y2


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ACADEMIC

BSc

BSc STRUCTURE PART 1


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CONTEXT: MYSELF IN THE WORLD

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CONTEXT: MYSELF IN A LOCAL ENVIRONMENT

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CONTEXT: MYSELF IN A NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT

THE PROJECTS: to furnish, to shelter, to dwell, to settle

THE PROJECTS: to belong, to gather, to learn

THE PROJECTS: to live, to work, to play


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ACADEMIC CONTEXT

B1

BSc 1 STRUCTURE PART 1


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BSc 1 IN ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES (Hons.) CONTEXT: MYSELF IN THE WORLD THE PROJECTS: to furnish, to shelter, to dwell (context as driver) THEMES SEM 1: THE BODY INANIMATE SEM 2: THE BODY ANIMATED PROPORTION (Human scale/individual) LEARNING EXPECTATION: AWARENESS (how to see)

PART 1 INTRODUCTION : DESIGN STUDIO: TO FURNISH

1


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ACADEMIC CONTEXT

B2

BSc 2 STRUCTURE PART 1


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BSc 2 IN ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES (Hons.) CONTEXT: MYSELF IN A LOCAL ENVIRONMENT THE PROJECTS: to belong, to gather, to learn (programme as driver) THEMES SEM 1: COUNTRY TO TOWN SEM 2: TOWN AND COUNTRY RELATIONSHIPS LEARNING EXPECTATION:

KNOWLEDGE (how to connect)

PART 1 INTRODUCTION : DESIGN STUDIO: TO FURNISH

2


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ACADEMIC CONTEXT

B3

BSc 3 STRUCTURE PART 1


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BSc 3 IN ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES (Hons.) CONTEXT: MYSELF IN A NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT THE PROJECTS: to live, to work, to play (holistic practice) THEMES Sem 1: CONSTRAINTS Sem 2: POSSIBILITIES INTEGRATION

3

LEARNING EXPECTATION: UNDERSTANDING (how to influence)

PART 1 INTRODUCTION : DESIGN STUDIO: TO FURNISH


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ACADEMIC CONTEXT

TM

BSc TAUGHT MODULES PART 1


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TECHNOLOGY STUDIES (Hons.)

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AWARENESS OF PRINCIPLES

TS

structure, materiality, construction, environmental responsibility SEM 1: loadbearing vs frame: full size SEM 2: loadbearing vs frame: representative

2

ANALYTICAL APPLICATION

3

HOLISTIC INTEGRATION

SEM 3: Timber (structure and detail) SEM 4: Sustainable Design

SEM 5: Steel (construction and detail) SEM 6: Architectural Detail


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EA

EXPERIENCING ARCHITECTURE (Hons.)

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APPLICABLE SKILLS (ex M+C 1)

Hand drawing: sketching, measured drawing, perspective, diagram Digital: Sketch up, Photoshop, AutoCad

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ADVANCED SKILLS (ex M+C 2)

3

PORTFOLIO and CV (re ITP)

Colour theory, art theory, orthogonal typologies, advanced computer programmes


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CULTURAL STUDIES (Hons.)

1 2 3

OVERVIEW (500 words)

CS

SEM 1: Elements of Architecture (VOCABULARY) SEM 2: CLASSICAL TRADITIONS OF ARCHITECTURE

CONTEXT: Chronological History of Architecture (1500 words) SEM 3: Gothic to Arts and Crafts SEM 4: The 20th Century SPECIFIC (3000 words)

SEM 5: Contemporary Modernism and Housing/The Urban Block SEM 6: International Forum


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ITP

INTRODUCTION TO PRACTICE (Hons.)

1

---

2

---

3

INTRODUCTION TO PRACTICE: AS IT SAYS ON THE TIN

SEM 5: Plan of Work/case study SEM 6: ARB_RIBA Part 1 Compliance Document/Portfolio


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ELECTIVES (Hons.)

1

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2

DA: Academic Mentoring Programme/Pocket City PHOTOGRAPHY LANGUAGE

3

---

E


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ACADEMIC

MA

MArch STRUCTURE PART 2


4

CONTEXT: MYSELF IN THE INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT THE PROJECTS: to display, to delight?

CONTEXT: MYSELF IN THE WORLD (again)? THE PROJECTS: to wonder…? To imagine….?

5

MSc in URBAN DESIGN


BSc in Architectural Studies (Hons.) CONTEXT: MYSELF IN THE INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT METAPHOR: ‘………?’ THE PROJECTS: to display, to delight Themes: SEM 1: THE COMPLEX BUILDING SEM 2: THE SIMPLE BUILDING ATTENTION TO DETAIL (Cityscape to doorknob) Communication: Accuracy and Scale LEARNING EXPECTATION: SOPHISTICATION (how to excel)

4


p/g Dip/Masters (AAD) CONTEXT: MYSELF IN THE WORLD METAPHOR: ‘Un-Packing a Bag’ THE PROJECTS: to imagine Themes: SEM 1 + 2: CHANGING PATTERNS SETTING AN AGENDA LEARNING EXPECTATION: INDEPENDENCE (how to convince)

5


CS

BSc in Architectural Studies (Hons.)/p/g Dip/Masters (AAD)

4

Overview (8000 words): DEBATE

SEM 1: DISSERTATION (Academic Enquiry)

SEM 2: MAPPING RCHITECTURE (I: Precedent)

5

SEM 1 + 2: MAPPING ARCHITECTURE (II: ….?)


DMP

BSc in Architectural Studies (Hons.)/p/g Dip/Masters (AAD)

4

5

X

Introduction tp Practice: as it says on the tin SEM 5: Plan of Work/case study

SEM 6: ARB.RIBA Part 1 Compliance Document/ Portfolio


MSc in Urban Design

4

X – pending

5

RTPI Accredited

UD

Link to AAD Design Studio

Content: 4 phases: Case Study/Strategy/Block Analysis/Masterplanning & Place Design Aspiration: Community involvement


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EDUCATIONAL CONTEXT

2

PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES PART 2


Professional Opportunity

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS (UK)

2

PROFESSIONAL VALIDATION (ARB.RIBA) DEPARTMENTAL PROCEDURES


Professional Opportunity

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS (UK) HIGHERS:

AABB/ABBBB (5th yr.) AAAAB (6th yr.) Incl: Maths/Physics, English, Art based Higher A-LEVELS:

ABC (incl. Maths or Physics)

2


Professional Opportunity

PROFESSIONAL VALIDATION: ARB/RIBA

2

ARB: ARCHITECTS REGISTRATION BOARD (Prescription)

RIBA: ROYAL INCORPORATION OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS (Validation)


Professional Opportunity

PROFESSIONAL VALIDATION: ARB/RIBA

ARB: ARCHITECTS REGISTRATION BOARD (Prescription)

RIBA:

2

ROYAL INCORPORATION OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS (Validation) The title ‘architect’ is protected by law and can be used only by those registered with the ARB. Our courses meet ARB prescription criteria and are professionally validated by the RIBA. The Pass/Honours degrees give exemption from RIBA/ARB Part 1. The postgraduate/M.Arch course in Advanced Architectural Design gives exemption from RIBA/ARB Part 2. The final year out in practice and accompanying professional examination give exemption from RIBA/ ARB Part 3. Strathclyde architecture graduates are highly regarded by architectural practices, both in the UK and abroad.


Professional Opportunity

PROFESSIONAL VALIDATION: ARB/RIBA ARCHITECT FOR THE

st 21

C


BSc in Architectural Studies (Hons.) DEPARTMENTAL PROCEDURES

CURRICULUM . Credit Structure (Modules): 120 credits (360 credits total)

2

. Compulsory classes (progression) . Assessment: Continual (Formative vs. Summative) . Assessment: Grading (PASS/FAIL) . Plagiarism/Referencing . Student responsibility (curriculum registration/portfolio)


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EDUCATIONAL CONTEXT

3

CULTURAL OPPORTUNITIES PART 2


CULTURAL OPPORTUNITY

MACKINTOSH AND THOMSON


UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE . DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE


CULTURAL OPPORTUNITY THE CITY OF GLASGOW CITY OF CULTURE


CULTURAL OPPORTUNITY THE CITY OF GLASGOW CONTEMPORARY


CULTURAL OPPORTUNITY THE CITY OF GLASGOW CONTEMPORARY


CULTURAL OPPORTUNITY THE CITY OF GLASGOW CONTEMPORARY


UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE . DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE

CULTURAL OPPORTUNITY LANDSCAPE


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EDUCATIONAL CONTEXT

4

PERSONAL OPPORTUNITIES PART 2


PERSONAL OPPORTUNITY English Language Teaching (ELTD) . All overseas applicants must have satisfactory level of English IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 600 (250) . Pre-sessional and in-sessional English language tuition available (April – September) . 4 weeks free for international students


PERSONAL OPPORTUNITY ACCOMMODATION . Over 2,000 places . All rooms networked . Accommodation Office assists students with all their accommodation needs . International Students are guaranteed accommodation . Large choice of private accommodation in Glasgow


PERSONAL OPPORTUNITY STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES . International Student Adviser . Postgraduate Student Adviser . Award winning Careers Service . Over 30 international student societies: 1.  International Students’ Club 2.  Weekly social event 3.  Welcome programme 4.  Social programme . 24hr Nightline


PERSONAL OPPORTUNITY PRIZE WINNING

Pierre Lecomte (Year 3) Nationwide Sustainable Housing RIAS Award 2008


PERSONAL OPPORTUNITY PRIZE WINNING

James Tait (Year 5) RIBA Silver Medal 2008


PERSONAL OPPORTUNITY PRIZE WINNING

KumTak Wong (Year 5) GIA Urban Design Award 2009


WHY STUDY AT STRATHCLYDE? Academic Opportunity: •  International Experience •  Integrated Curriculum •  Professional Staff Interaction •  Personal Development Professional Opportunity: •  ARB/RIBA Architect •  Employability Cultural Opportunity: •  Glasgow: City of Culture •  Scottish landscape and heritage Personal Opportunity: •  Language •  Interpersonal profile PART 1 INTRODUCTION


WELCOME GLASGOW


China Visit 2013 Department of Architecture