Major: Environment Design
Code of subject: 6.022.03.E.94
Department: Design and Architecture Fundamentals
Lecturer: Dr. Architect, Prof. Linda S.M.
Semester: 8 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: As a result of studying the discipline, the student must be able to demonstrate the following results: PRNV1.1. Understand the importance and value of pre-design studies, analysis of analogs of design solutions and be able to use the obtained results in design. PRNV1.2. Be able to use normative reference literature when designing a subject-spatial environment PRNV1.7. 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 on the professional and social levels. AiB1. Ability to adapt to new situations and make appropriate decisions. ViB2. 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: Previous disciplines Philosophy, Fundamentals of ergonomics Related and subsequent disciplines Execution of bachelor's qualification work, Internship on the topic of bachelor's thesis
Summary of the subject: The course "Theory and Methods in Subject Environment Design" is designed for one semester of study and covers 90 hours. and structurally includes two parts - theoretical and practical. In the theoretical part of the course the main types and stages of pre-project research are considered, the main stages of project material development are determined. In the practical part of the course the analysis, systematization of research material is carried out. The object of study can be selected: style in interior design, elements of the subject content of the interior, the features of the functional solution. In order to interact with the relevant disciplines, the student is invited to develop methods of pre-project analysis on related course projects. The discipline is based on the themes of theoretical and practical provisions that reveal the basic laws of pre-project research and synthesis of design products. The study of the proposed course requires a creative approach from students, focuses on independent search for strategies to perform analytical tasks, requires them to develop additional literature.
Assessment methods and criteria: During the semester, a student can score 40 points for four tasks and 60 points in the examination for passing test questions at the VNS Lviv Polytechnic.
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