Semester: 6 / Spring
Lectures/Classes: 0 / 45 hours
Field of study: Landscape Architecture
Study cycle: 1st cycle
Type of course: compulsory
Contact person: dr inż. arch. Anna Bocheńska-Skałecka;
Short description: Presentation and application learns principles of designing of open spaces in residential areas.
Full description: Rules of urban open space design with special regard to housing estate. Notions of community, semi-public and public space. Resident – his needs and desires. Rules of studies and analysis in regard to residential area. Territory analysis. Rules of participation design. Design rules for public spaces in residential area. Low conditions. Rules of drafting project documentation on the level of conception.
Bibliography: "Alexander Ch., i in. 1977: A Pattern Language: Towns, Buildings, Construction. New York : Oxford University Press Bell, P. A., Greene, T. C., Fisher, J. D., & Baum, A. (2001).Environmental psychology (5th ed.); Design guide new residential areas, M. GIGLIO, Architectural Graphic Standards for Residential Construction, AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, HTTPS://BOOKS.GOOGLE.PL/BOOKS?ISBN=0470395834 Neufert E., Neufert P., Kister J., Neufert Architects’Data, Carmona M., Heath T., Taner O., Tiesdell S., 2003: Public Places – Urban Places. The Dimensions of UrbanDesign. Oxford: Architectural Press; Cooper Marcus C.C, Francis C. (1998). People places : design guidelines for urban open space. New York : John Wiley & Sons; Gehl J. (1987). Life between buildings: Using public space. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold "
Learning outcomes: "Knowledge knows basic research methods and technics appropriate for defining recommendations for open space in residential area designing taking into account various situational conditions; knows basic rules of open residential space shaping; has basic knowledge referring to nowadays views of designing and rehabilitation of residential areas Credit classes/ evaluation of tasks and presentations AK1-W01; AK1-W02; AK1-W03; Skills analyses situational conditions of designing space in housing estate taking into account various influence dimensions; defines, on the basis of conclusions resulting from analysis, design recommendations, defines types of residential areas users, their needs, behaviors and desires, uses basic rules of residential space designing with special regard to functional and territorial aspects; drafts project documentation on the level of conception and presents it using technical drawing and description form; Credit classes/ evaluation of tasks and presentations AK1-U01; AK1-U02; AK1-U03; AK1-U05; AK1-U06; AK1-U07; AK1-U08; AK1-U09; AK1-U10; AK1-U11; AK1-U13; AK1-U21; Social competences understands relations between users’ needs and neighborhood’s characteristics; is able to define priorities in questions’ and solutions’ forming referring to neighborhood spaces; is able to work efficiently in group cooperation; understands importance of social participation in design process Credit classes/ evaluation of tasks and presentations AK1-K02; AK1-K03; AK1-K04; AK1-K07, AK1-K08; AK1-K09; AK1-K11; AK1-K14, "
Assessment methods and assessment criteria: grade obtained at classes (100%)

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