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Dutch Architecture meets Dutch Landscape Architecture

General description

To promote connection with further education and landscape architectural together with architectural professional practice, this minor, “Dutch Architecture meets Dutch Landscape architecture”, will be organized in cooperation with Van Hall Larenstein (VHL)

You will learn about the history of Dutch Architecture and Dutch Landscape Architecture and how these architectural fields are historically connected and become more and more intertwined in current practise. How can challenges such as climate change, sustainability and green cities lead to new shapes and different materials, inspiring expressions or even give rise to new architectural typologies?

During the minor each individual student is challenged to make a site specific design which incorporates both building and landscape elements in a comprehensive design for a self-chosen location and programme, within the boundaries of The Municipality of Arnhem.

You will visit the highlights of modern projects in which both disciplines coincide. You will have a hands-on, inside-out experience on the spot. You will discover design tools and will learn how to use them.

You will be part of a mixed group of students from different countries, with an architectural and landscape architectural background (or related fields in design), which will encourage cross over learning.

 

Leerdoelen

Learning goals

  • Learn hands-on about modern Dutch Architecture and Dutch Landscape Architecture
  • Learn to reflect, think, talk and write about the subject
  • Learn how to handle design tools in different way’s
  • Learn different visualization tools
  • Learn about the dynamics in a design process
  • Learn to communicate your product to professionals.

 

Competences

In this course, the following substantive competences, on level 3, are addressed:

C1 Initiating and guiding: Define theme and problem / project task (Design project definition)

C2 Designing: Architectural design (Drafting and assessing alternatives in design phases)

C3 Specifying: Detailing and materialization (Prepare project data for permit application)

C6 Monitoring, testing and evaluating: Planned and project work in cyclic processes

Generic competences, level 3.

C7 Conducting research: Research, collecting and analyzing architectural data

C8 Communicating and collaborating: Communication visual and authentic manner

C9 Managing and innovating: Steer professional development, determining your position

Aanvullende informatie

For more information

info@han.nl / T: (024) 3530500 from 9.00 to 16.30 accessible / www.han.nl

 

Substantive information

E: jean.hendriks@han.nl

T: +31 6 55 20 87 56

Ingangseisen

Consistency with other OWE’s (EDU’s)

Deepening minor, level 3,

* specialization Architecture and Building- Engineering.

 

Entry requirements

* Propaedeutic exam obtained

* Specialization Architecture or Building-Engineering,

   level  2 accomplished OR,

* Specialization Spatial Design or Strategic Design,

   level 2 accomplished OR,

* Admission through portfolio assessment

Toetsing

Learning outcomes

- The student can create a paper handling about Dutch

  Architecture.

- The student can create visual presented, architectural

  analysis.

- The student creates a clearly stated and presented.

  architectural design which gives a solution for the

  project definition.

- The student can deliver a papers with reflections on

  products, design process and professional development.

- The student can give a visual presentation of his design

  and communicate its authenticity.

- The student can form a project definition handling about

  his chosen theme and chosen project task.

 

Assessment criteria

- The student creates a clear and comprehensive

  paper handling about an architectural theme and it’s

  development in time.

- The student creates a clear and comprehensive,

  visual presented, architectural analysis.

- The student creates a clearly stated and presented

  architectural design which gives a solution for the

  project definition.

- The student delivers a clear and comprehensive paper(s)

  on products, design process and professional

  development.

- The student presents a clear and comprehensive visual

  presentation in an authentic manner.

- The student forms a clear and comprehensive project

  definition handling about the chosen theme and project

  task.

 

Form

- Assessment

 

Follow-up discussion and inspection

Feedback is being given with the assessment form.

Within two weeks after receiving a grade, the student

can make an appointment to look at the product

and discuss it.

Literatuur

Does not apply

Rooster

Total study load in hours

- 840 hours

 

Activities and didactic methods

- Guest lectures: 64 hours

- Lectures: 20 hours

- Workshops: 48 hours

- Work colleges: 112 hours

- Excursions: 40 hours

- Project guidance: 56 hours

- Other activities: 48 hours

- Selfstudy: 452 hours