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BYG510_1

Placemaking

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


Place making is a project-based course that deals with the development of cities and urban areas.

Learning outcome

The goal is to create a basic understanding of place making in urban areas in terms of:
1. Understanding of how plans are developed and are legally binding.
2. Gathering and analyzing data.
3. Proposing plans and designs connected to different stages in the urban development. (Concept studies, zoning plans and design catalogues.)
4. Developing critical thinking about urban design and planning.

Contents

Planning in developed areas/existing environments is a complex and multidisciplinary task. The course deals with planning and/or renewal of areas in existing cities and towns. The course studies the aesthetic, technical and functional aspects of planning, programming and implementing of projects in municipal or private sector.

Required prerequisite knowledge

None.

Exam

Project work and home exam
Weight Duration Marks Aid
Project work6/10 A - F
Home exam4/10 A - F

Coursework requirements

Compulsory attendance at lectures and studio work. The student will not get evaluation with less than 80 % attendance.

Course teacher(s)

Course coordinator
Fabio Alberto Hernandez Palacio
Head of Department
Tore Markeset

Method of work

Supervised project work with presentations and reviews. Participation in the project is mandatory.

Open to

Students who fulfil admission requirements for master of city and regional planning.

Course assessment

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

Literature

Supporting literature: Alexander R. Cuthbert, The Form of Cities - Political Economy and Urban Design, Blackwell, 2006 Alexander R. Cuthbert, Designing Cities, Blackwell, 2003 Lorraine Farrelly, Drawing for Urban Design (Portfolio Skills: Architecture), Laurence King Publishers, 2011 Other literature will be provided at semester start and on Canvas


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

Sist oppdatert: 14.11.2019

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