The course is an architectural design studio, in which students are to propose a building design in urban context. After a thorough research on the several aspects of built environment in the scale of city planning (e.g. 1: 2,500), students
are to propose suitable programs for the building and to develop the urban and architectural design in the scale of regional
planning (e.g. 1:500), and/or the scale of architectural design (e.g. 1:200). The class is for International Course Students
as well as Foreign Students.
Purpose of class
The students are expected to learn the situation of the contemporary urban context through research and to acquire the professional
knowledge and techniques necessary to make a convincing proposal to improve the architectural and urban conditions.
Goals and objectives
To be able to read and use the drawings at appropriate scale to convey urban, architecture and landscape concepts.
To be able to make a proposal based on logical design approach.
To be able to present one’s own ideas through various visual means (drawings, models, etc.).
To be able to understand and make comments to the other students’ works.
HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.)
Amount of Time Required
Orientation, Site Analysis
Making Site Model
Short Design Exercize
Making Site Model
Preparation of Presentation Board
Presentation of Short Design Exercise
Precedent Study Presentation
Program, Volume Study
Preparation of Mid-Review
Revision based on the comments
Presentation of Final Submission Materials
Final Presentation Material Check
Preparation of Final Presentation
Final Presentation and Review
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'
Presentation and Class Performance
Evaluation method and criteria
Mid term Presentation 35% Final Presentation (Drawing and Oral Presentation) 50% Contribution to Class (Comments on other students' works, etc.) 15%
Textbooks and reference materials
Introduced in class
Review Previous Lectures on Architecture
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
Thursday 12:30~13:10 (better to make an appointment in advance)
Regionally-oriented graduation thesis, master's thesis and doctoral dissertation
Development of social and professional independence
Course that cultivates an ability for utilizing knowledge
Course that cultivates a basic problem-solving skills
Course that cultivates a basic interpersonal skills
Most classes are interactive
Course by professor with work experience
Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicatable