Stylistics in the Interior

Major: Environment Design
Code of subject: 6.022.03.E.83
Credits: 4.00
Department: Design and Architecture Fundamentals
Lecturer: I.A. Dyda, candidate of architecture(Ph.D), associate professor; V. R. Radomska, candidate of art history (Ph.D), senior lecturer
Semester: 7 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: The study of an academic discipline involves the formation and development of students' competencies: INT. The ability to solve complex specialized tasks and practical problems in the field of design, or in the learning process, which involves the application of certain design theories and methods and is characterized by complexity and uncertainty of conditions. Professional competences: PC1.1. The ability to conduct pre-project studies and analyze project solution analogues. PC1.2. The ability to develop several options for conceptual solutions of objects of the subject-spatial environment. PC1.3. The ability to develop the design of the environment of object-spatial complexes for buildings and structures. At the end of learning process, students acquiring education have to display the below enlisted program learning outcomes (PLO): LO 1.Understand the significance and meaning of conducting pre-project research and analyzing alternative project solutions; be capable of using the obtained knowledge in project design. LO 2.Apply the comprehensive artistic and project approach in order to create an integral image of object-spatial environment. LO 3. Solve functional problems with respect to properties of materials and constructions; apply innovative technologies to elaborate modern design products. COM1. Ability to communicate, including oral and written communication in Ukrainian and foreign languages; COM2. The ability to use various methods, including modern information technologies, for effective communication at the professional and social levels. AaR1. Ability to adapt to new situations and make appropriate decisions. AaR2. Ability to realize the need for lifelong learning in order to deepen acquired new professional knowledge. AaR3. 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. AaR4. 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. AaR5. The ability to form environmental consciousness and personal culture, to apply ecological principles in life and professional activity
Required prior and related subjects: Prerequisites: History of art, architecture and design; Decorative and applied art Corequisites: Project design of interiors, p. 3 (course project) Bachelor’s qualifying research paper
Summary of the subject: The course “Stylistics in interior” is intended for one learning semester and comprises 120 hours. It includes two structural parts, namely theoretical and practical. The theoretical part of the course examines characteristic features of different interior styles, methods and means of their formation, algorithm of authentic original source stylization, and conformity of style to building function and its parameters. In the practical part of the course, theoretical material is systematized and consolidated by means of completing two individual graphic tasks. One of the tasks presupposes designing interior in ethnic stylistics, while the second one should follow historical stylistics. Apart from that, the compulsory requirement of the tasks is for one interior to be intended for public usage and the second one should have the functional purpose of a residence. Students voluntarily choose original sources for the subsequent stylization and the order of tasks in which to design residential and public interiors. The discipline is based on the consistent topics of theoretical and practical provisions that highlight the fundamental regularities of style formation in interiors. The task of the course is not merely to outline relevant information about the already existing styles, but to master the methodology of modern interpretation of an authentic stylistic source. The course requires students to reveal creative approach, encourages independent search for non-standard solutions and study of additional bibliographic sources.
Assessment methods and criteria: The assessment of students’ knowledge level is performed by means of the following methods: ongoing monitoring of work during practical classes, evaluation of each graphic task, exam (completion of test control in virtual learning environment of Lviv Polytechnic National University). During semester, students can receive 40 points for completion of graphic tasks and 60 points for exam control completed in virtual learning environment of Lviv Polytechnic National University. The sum of grades received by students for the completion of the specified academic activities constitutes the final semester grade.
Recommended books: Basic bibliographic sources 1. Antonovych, Ie. A., Zakharchuk-Chuhai, R. V., Stankevych, M. Ie. Decorative and applied art. – Lviv: Svit, 1993. – 272 p. 2. Horbyk, O. O. World history of architecture in theses and images (monument guide): Part 1. Architecture of primitive era and traditional architecture. Architecture of ancient world. Architecture of antiquity and early Christianity / Olena Horbyk. – K.: Feniks, 2017. – 148 p. 3. Horbyk, O. O. History of world medieval architecture. Part 1. Christian temple building of the late Roman Empire (I-V c.). Architecture of the Byzantine Empire (V-XV c.). Architecture of Caucasus, Georgia and Armenia (V-XIII c.) / Olena Horbyk. – K.: Feniks, 2015. – 224 p. 4. Zymina, S. B. Styles of interior: workbook / S. B. Zymina. – K.: Dovira, 2018. – 360 p. Additional bibliographic sources 1. Bachynska, L. H. Residential architecture in Ukraine in the middle of the XX – XXI centuries (historical and analytical essay). K.: KNUBA, 2016. – 292 p. 2. Serehin: projects, conceptions, intentions/ Ed. by B. L. Erofalova. – K.: A+C, 2018. – 352 p. 3. Chepelyk, V. V. Ukrainian architectural modern / Complied by Z. B. Moiseienko-Chepelyk. – K.: KNUBA, 2000. – 378 p. 4. Cherkes, B. S. Architecture of modernity. The last third of the XX – early XXI centuries: workbook / B. S. Cherkes, S. M. Linda. – Lviv: Publishing House of Lviv Polytechnic National University, 2010. – 384 p. 5. Specialized periodicals in architecture and interior design.