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Architecture Study Tour involves visits to a range of buildings, sites, neighbourhoods and landscapes, as well as related architectural activities. The aim of the unit is to enhance students' understanding and appreciation of architecture, context and landscape by visiting and experiencing buildings and places of architectural and/or aesthetic interest and merit, in a location other than that in which they live. Students will photograph, sketch and analyse the buildings and places visited, culminating in a presentation or exhibition.
|Unit name||Architecture Study Tour|
|College/School||College of Sciences and Engineering
School of Architecture and Design
|Discipline||Architecture & Design|
|Coordinator||Doctor Helen Norrie|
|Available as student elective?||Yes|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
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- Reflect, critique and analyse various approaches, models and principles of design in different community and cultural contexts.
- Demonstrate skills and competencies in intercultural awareness.
- Employ critical, exploratory and conceptual thinking to engage in and constructively evaluate the processes of collaborative designing and/or making.
- Collaborate with peers and take responsibility for aspects of trip activities, including work health and safety.
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PrerequisitesMin 75 credit points from units KDA138, KDA139, KDA140, KDA141, KDA144 or KDA151
1 x 2-week trip with distributed activite
|Assessment||Project (80%)|Reflective Journal (20%)|
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