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BYG260_1

Urban development design 1

This is the study programme for 2019/2020. It is subject to change.


Project-based course within urban development.

Learning outcome

After the course the student should (depending on the subject) have
  • Knowledge about principles for analysis of urban situations (building, urban space, city, region)
  • Understanding of spatial qualities, and how the physical environment generates atmosphere
  • Insight into basic use needs
  • Understanding of how changes in society lead to changes in building conventions, living environment, transport, greenbelt protection, societal safety, climate, etc.

After the course the student should (depending on the subject) be able to
  • Do spatial analyses relevant to the topic
  • Develop and review given building and planning programs as basis for a design
  • Apply relevant methods for idea development and the organisation of form and function
  • Produce balanced land use and transport plans and evaluate such plans on a strategic level

After the course the student should (depending on the subject) have general knowledge regarding
  • The development and implementation of a given project
  • The in-depth study of a given topic
  • The Independent execution of theoretical and creative project work
  • The presentation of urban projects in a convincing and professional manner through sketches/drawing/illustrations, text, physical/virtual modelling

Contents

The course is project-based and deals with topics within urban development, planning and design. During the course, the student goes through extensive work with investigating, analysing and shaping the urban environment on different scales, depending on with subject area is chosen. The course is meant to give the student the opportunity to thoroughly explore a subject regarding building, urban spaces, cities and regions.
Possible subject for the course are (but are not limited to)
  • Urban Open Spaces
  • Norwegian Wood
  • International urban development project (e.g. Copenhagen)

The subject and project depend on availability of tutors.

Required prerequisite knowledge

BYG105 Spatial understanding and urban theory, BYG110 Urban Space, ING110 Engineering Course introduction - Construction

Recommended previous knowledge

Experience in planning and design on an urban scale.

Exam

Weight Duration Marks Aid
Prosjektarbeid1/11 A - F
The course is based on project work. The scope of the work will be agreed with the teacher at the start according to the chosen theme. The course will be graded by two teachers based on the handed in project work.

The students will participate in four compulsory workshops where they will present their advances to the group. Participation in 75% of these workshops is necessary to be able to submit the project at the end of the course. The schedule of these workshops will be agreed in the beginning of the course.

Coursework requirements

The students will participate in four compulsory workshops where they will present their advances to the group. Participation in 75% of these workshops is necessary to be able to submit the project at the end of the course. The schedule of these workshops will be agreed in the beginning of the course.

Course teacher(s)

Course coordinator
Fabio Alberto Hernandez Palacio
Head of Department
Tore Markeset

Method of work

Project work with tutoring and various forms of presentation of concluded work during the term. NB! An agreement must be made with the faculty for tutoring before registration!

Open to

Civil Engineering - Bachelor's Degree Programme
City and Regional Planning - Master's Degree Programme
Mechanical and Structural Engineering and Materials Science- Master's Degree Programme - 5 years

Course assessment

Course evaluation takes place according to the Faculty's guidelines.

Literature

The Urban and Regional Planning Reader, Routledge Hall, P. & Tewdwr-Jones, M. (2011) Urban and Regional planning, Routledge Marcial H. Echenique, Anthony J. Hargreaves, Gordon Mitchell, and Anil Namdeo, Growing Cities Sustainably. Does Urban Form Really Matter? Journal of the American Planning Association, 78:2, 121-137 Calthorpe, P. & Fulton, W. The Regional City. Island Press


This is the study programme for 2019/2020. It is subject to change.

Sist oppdatert: 13.11.2019

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