Bachelor of Architecture and Built Environments Architecture Theory units focus on establishing and enhancing students’ capacity to think with clarity and rigour to ensure solid bases for research inquiry and design practice. At Advanced level, the units concentrate on building understandings of and attitudes towards the present and forecasted futures of Architecture and your role in the field and profession.
In Architecture Theory: Discipline Futures, you will identify and refine potential trajectories, and target future opportunities in design practice aligned with your own interests. You will research and investigate different emerging fields of practice in design and discuss the complexities embedded in moral and ethical obligations, both as an individual practitioner and in relation to the profession. You will develop a personal design philosophy that identifies and justifies your position and aspirations in relation to your design field and future-focused practice. Based on your identified position, you will be supported through workshops to develop a targeted portfolio and CV or design research statement that prepares you for future practice or further study.
|Unit name||Architecture Theory: Discipline Futures|
|Faculty/School||College of Sciences and Engineering
School of Architecture and Design
|Discipline||Architecture & Design|
|Available as student elective?||No|
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Locate and justify personal position in relation to fields and practices of design
Employ effective communication strategies for professional or academic audiences
Identify and critically discuss legal and ethical issues in design
KDA235 and KDA241 OR KDA248 and KDA249
1 x 180 minute Studio weekly
AT1 - Design Ethics Presentation (25%)
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