Design

Major: Environment Design
Code of subject: 6.022.03.E.88
Credits: 4.00
Department: Design and Architecture Fundamentals
Lecturer: Candidate of Architecture, Associate Professor Boyko Khrystyna Stepanivna
Semester: 6 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: The learning outcomes of this discipline detail the following program learning outcomes: PRNV 1.1. To understand the importance and value of pre-project studies, analysis of analogues of design solutions and to be able to use the obtained results in design. PRNV 1.2. To be able to use normative and reference literature when designing a subject-spatial environment. PRNV 1.3. Orientate yourself in a variety of modern software and hardware tools, use knowledge and skills of working with professional computer support. PRNV 1.4. Apply a complex artistic and design approach to create a holistic image of the subject-spatial environment PRN B 1.7. Use basic theoretical and methodological concepts and principles in the design of the subject-spatial environment. KOM1. Ability to communicate, including oral and written communication in Ukrainian and foreign languages (English, German, Italian, French, Spanish). KOM2. The ability to use various methods, including modern information technologies, for effective communication at the professional and social levels. AiB1. Ability to adapt to new situations and make appropriate decisions. AiB2. The ability to realize the need for lifelong learning in order to deepen the acquired new professional knowledge. AiB3. The ability to take responsibility for the work performed, to make decisions independently, to achieve the set goal in compliance with the requirements of professional ethics. AiB4. The ability to popularize national and world cultural heritage, as well as to promote manifestations of patriotism, national self-awareness and ethno-cultural self-identification. AiB5. The ability to form environmental consciousness and personal culture by applying ecological principles in life and professional activity.
Required prior and related subjects: Previous disciplines 1. Fundamentals of subject environment design 2. Fundamentals of ergonomics 3. Materials science in interior design Related and subsequent disciplines 1. Landscape design 2. Stylistics in the interior 3. Interior design. Part 3
Summary of the subject: The discipline "Interior Design, Part 2" is one of the elective disciplines of professional training of students of the first (bachelor's) level of higher education, bachelor's degree in "Design". The purpose of teaching the discipline is to acquaint students with the architectural and structural structure of the building as a system, the main structural elements of buildings, as well as professional training of students-designers to understand the structural foundations of interior design for various functional purposes. Lecture classes - 30 hours. (full-time education) . Architecture and construction. Terms and definitions. 2. Basic information about buildings and structures. 3. Public buildings. Normative bases for designing public buildings. 4. Housing construction. 5. Typological foundations of the architectural and planning structure of social and commercial housing. 6. Industrial buildings and structures. Basic information. 7. High-rise construction. 8. Architecture of public housing in Ukraine. Agricultural buildings. Basic information. 9. Basics of climatology and indoor microclimate. Basics of architectural acoustics and lighting. Building physics and residential comfort. 10. Requirements for buildings and their classification. 11. Basic concepts about the architectural and constructive structure of the building. Main structural elements. 12. Structural diagrams of buildings. Basics of design. 13. Structural elements of the building. Foundations. 14. Structural elements of the building. The walls Overlap Ceilings Floors. 15. Structural elements of the building. Roofs. Roofs. Combined roofs. Buildings with spatial coatings. 16. Structural elements of the building. windows Door. Stairs. Practical classes - 30 hours. (full-time education) 1. Architecture and construction. General terminology. 2. Basic information about buildings and structures. 3. Normative bases of design. Public buildings. 4. Normative bases of design. Residential buildings. 5. Individual single-family residential building. 6. Industrial buildings and structures. 7. Regulatory bases of design. High-rise buildings. 8. Concepts in the design of individual housing. 9. Scheme of functional zoning of the territory. 10. Design concept of facades 11. Construction of longitudinal and/or transverse sections. 12. Structural elements of the building. 13. Structural elements of the building. 14. Structural elements of the building. 15. Structural elements of the building. 16. Visualization. Scale.
Assessment methods and criteria: Distribution of points on a 100-point scale Ongoing assessments Task: Testing - max 30 Task: «Project proposal» - max 30 Task: Defense report - max 10 Final assessment Procedure and criteria for assigning points and grades Types of scoring tasks Task: Testing Choose the correct answers from the proposed test options. Volume – 16 topics x 10 tests. Evaluation criteria: • right answer; 30 Task: "Project proposal"-30 Present your conceptual solution to the subject-spatial environment object, explain the architectural-spatial structure and main structural elements. Evaluation criteria: • a clear understanding of the main structural elements and their function; • understanding of architectural drawing (plan, facades, section, roof plan, object visualization, scale); • justify the proposal of one's version of the conceptual solution and explain the choice of basic materials. Assignment: Report-10 Give a brief description of the object, explain the concept of the project proposal. The volume is 5-7 minutes. Evaluation criteria: • disclosure of the content of the project proposal; • understanding and mastery of basic professional terminology; • nature of oral presentation, answers to questions Exam - max 30
Recommended books: Basic 1. Boyko H. S. Types of buildings and architectural structures: study guide/ H. S. Boyko. – Lviv: Publishing House of Lviv Polytechnic, 2015. – 204 c. 2. Hnes I.P. etc. Single-family residential building: Education. guide/ I.P. Gnes, R.A. Rudyk, I.V. Yakubovskyi - Lviv: Publishing House of the National University "Lviv Polytechnic", 2007. - 112 p. 3. Hnes I. P. Multi-apartment housing: trends of evolution. Monograph. Lviv: Publishing House of Lviv Polytechnic, 2013. - 652 p. 4. Danylenko V.Ya. Design: Textbook.-Kharkiv: KhDADM, 2003.-320 p. 5. Linda S.M. Architectural design of public buildings and structures: Study guide. Second edition, corrected and supplemented. - Lviv: Publication of the Lviv Polytechnic National University, 2013. – 644 p. 6. Linda S. M., Morklyanyk O. I. Typology of public buildings and structures Lviv: Textbook. – Publishing House of Lviv Polytechnic, 2015. - 348 p. 7. Shimko V.T. Architectural and designer design: a textbook. - M.: Architecture, 2004. - 296 p. Auxiliary 1. Neufert P., Neff L. Projection and construction. House, apartment, garden: Translation from German. - Third edition, revised. and supplements: - M.: Publishing house "Architektura-S", 2010. - 264 p. 2. White E., Robertson B. Architecture. Forms, constructions, details. Illustrated reference book. - M.: AST, Astrel, 2005. - 112 p. 3. V. Pashkovsky and others. Architectural design of residential buildings. Educational manual. Moscow: Architecture - S, 2016. 488 p. Information resources 1. Electronic educational and methodological complex "Designing interiors, part 2" for students of the Institute of Architecture of the first (bachelor's) level of higher education in the specialty 022 "Design", compiled by Associate Professor, Doctor of Arch. Boyko H.S. The address of the information resource in the Virtual Environment of Lviv Polytechnic: https://vns.lpnu.ua/user/view.php?id=8044&course=13601 2. DBNU A.2.2-3:2014 "Composition and content of design documentation for construction". - K.: Ministry of Regions of Ukraine, 2014. https://dbn.co.ua/load/normativy/dbn/dbn_a_2_2_3_2014/1-1-0-1168 3. DBNU B.2.2-12:2019 "Planning and development of territories". - K.: Ministry of Regions of Ukraine, 2019. https://dbn.co.ua/load/normativy/dbn/b_2_2_12/1-1-0-1802 4. DBNU V.1.1-7:2016 "Fire safety of construction objects. General requirements". - K.: Ministry of Regional Development, Construction and Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine, 2017. http://dreamdim.ua/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/DBN-V.1.1-7-2016.pdf 5. DBNU V.2.2-9:2018 "Public buildings and structures. Substantive provisions". - K.: Ministry of Regional Development, Construction and Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine, 2019. https://www.minregion.gov.ua/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/V229-2018.pdf 6. DBNU V.2.2-15:2019 "Residential buildings. Substantive provisions". - K.: Ministry of Regional Development, Construction and Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine, 2019. https://dbn.co.ua/load/normativy/dbn/dbn_v_2_2_15_2015_zhitlovi_budinki_osnovni_polozhennja/1-1-0-1184 7. DBNU V.2.2-41:2019 "High-rise buildings. Substantive provisions". - K.: Ministry of Regions of Ukraine, 2019. https://www.minregion.gov.ua/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/V2241-2019.pdf 8. State Classifier of Ukraine (DK BS) 018-2000 "State Classifier of Buildings and Structures". - K.: State Standard of Ukraine, 2000. https://zakon.rada.gov.ua/rada/show/va507565-00#Text 9. http://z500.com.ua/ua/; https://ua.dom4m.com.ua; https://eurohouse.ua/ua; https://chproekt.com.ua; https://www.archon.com.ua; https://www.archeton.pl; https://pracownia-projekty.dom.pl; https://www.extradom.pl; https://www.domywstylu.pl; https://lipinscy.pl; https://www.dobredomy.pl; https://archello.com/

Design (курсовий проект)

Major: Environment Design
Code of subject: 6.022.03.E.081
Credits: 4.00
Department: Design and Architecture Fundamentals
Lecturer: Petrovska Yu. PhD, as. prof, Senkiv Z senior lecturer. Frankiv R. PhD, as. prof Shcherbakov I. senior lecturer
Semester: 6 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: PRNV1.1. To understand the importance and meaning of conducting pre-design studies, carrying out analysis of analogs of design solutions, and being able to use the obtained results in design. PRNV1.2. To be able to use normative and reference literature when designing a subject-spatial environment. PRNV1.3 Orient in a variety of modern software and hardware tools, use knowledge and skills of working with professional computer support. PRNV1.4. Apply a complex artistic and design approach to create a holistic image of the subject-spatial environment. PRNV1.8. Apply acquired knowledge and understanding of the subject field and the field of professional activity in practical situations during the execution of working drawings and accompanying technical documentation, as well as during the presentation of finished projects. KOM1. Ability to communicate, including oral and written communication in Ukrainian and foreign languages (English, German, Italian, French, Spanish); KOM2. The ability to use a variety of methods, including modern information technologies, for effective communication at the professional and social levels. AiB1. Ability to adapt to new situations and make appropriate decisions. A and B2. The ability to realize the need for lifelong learning in order to deepen the acquired new professional knowledge. AiB3. The ability to take responsibility for the work performed, to make decisions independently, to achieve the set goal in compliance with the requirements of professional ethics. AiB4. The ability to popularize national and world cultural heritage, as well as to promote manifestations of patriotism, national self-awareness and ethno-cultural self-identification. AiB5. The ability to form environmental consciousness and personal culture, to apply ecological principles in life and professional activity.
Required prior and related subjects: Interior design part 1 Interior design part 1 (KP) Basics of design and computer graphics, 2 Landscaping
Summary of the subject: The educational discipline "Interior Design (KP)" is a component of the professional training of students majoring in Design (environmental design), which covers a total of 120 hours, in which independent work is also structurally provided for. The discipline is designed to improve practical skills in creating a subject-spatial environment, to provide experience in solving a complex task involving the landscape environment. An important part of the subject is the application of the regulatory framework and state standards, the application of knowledge of materials science and color science.
Assessment methods and criteria: In accordance with the peculiarities of his individuality, the student can independently choose the stages of project implementation - starting with the idea of a name, image, function, etc. Therefore, the order of execution of the current tasks is of a recommendatory nature, pursuing the main goal - the full implementation of the course project, which is estimated at 100 points. In order to be admitted to handing in the course project, the student is not required to hand in the current assignments. Each part of the work is evaluated at 5, 10 and 15 points depending on the complexity. The course project is evaluated as the sum of the component parts of the project.
Recommended books: 1. State building regulations of Ukraine. Buildings and structures. Food enterprises (restaurants) DBN V.2.2-25:2009, - Kyiv: Ministry of Regional Development of Ukraine, 2010. 2. Susan J. Slotkis. Foundation of interior design. London, Laurence King Publishing Ltd. 2006 3. Oliynyk O., Hnatyuk L., Chernyavskyi V. Basics of interior design. Kyiv National Aviation University, 2011. 4. Danylenko V. Ya. Design: Textbook. - Kharkiv: KhDADM, 2003. 5. Syomka S., Antonovych E. Interior design, furniture and equipment. Textbook. Kyiv: Lira - K, 2018 6. Ballast D. K. Interior Construction & Detailing for Designers and Architects, Fairfax: Professional Publications, 2007 7. Boyko H. S. Types of buildings and architectural structures. Tutorial. Lviv: Publishing House of Lviv Polytechnic, 2015. – 204 p. 8. Norman Donald A. Emotional design. Why we love (or hate) things around us, Kyiv: ArtHuss, 2019 9. Frankiv R.B., Yaniv A.Yu. Transformation of the image-forming role of decorative lighting in modern design// Bulletin of the Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts - Kh.: KhDADM, 2011, No. 3. - P. 82-84