Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Asian Architecture (ARC 2234)

Module Learning Outcome:

- Describe the historical development of the main strands of Asian architecture
- Identify a broad range of issues related to the historical and chronological transitions of Asian architectural history
- Analyse and discuss the relationship between architecture and its social, cultural and intellectual context within the Asian region
-Differentiate the way in which many varied factors contribute to the development of Asian architecture
and urbanism
-Produce, orally and in writing, a critical interpretation of Asian architecture and urbanism in relation t
relevant issues within the contemporary architecture and design.





    Project 1: Case study paper
    Learning Outcome:
    - Analyse and discuss in depth on the selected research area based on the assigned building, within the framework of sustainable design.
    - Identify significant elements of sustainable design through investigation on the assigned building.
    - Produce, orally and in writing, a critical interpretation of sustainable design of the assigned building.
    - A paper (3,000 to a maximum of 4000 words, double-spaced).
    - A power point presentation (10 minutes) – which contains an outline of the paper covering key issuesand themes explored, as well as bibliography.


    The link over to my study paper :
    Case Study Paper




    Project 2: Case study - An Asian Street
    Learning Outcome:
    - Describe the historical development of the main strands of Asian architecture
    - Identify a broad range of issues related to the historical and chronological transitions of Asian architectural history
    - Interpret architectural language in relation to the development of Asian architecture and urbanism based
    on theme of tradition, modernity and globalization

      the A2 3D board


      Photobook link over:

      Photobook

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