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40 651 Multistory Buildings

Studiepoeng: 
24
Full course name in English: 
Multistory Buildings
Emnekode: 
40 651
Undervisningssemester: 
2022 Vår
Eksamenssemester: 
2022 Vår
Undervisningsspråk: 
Engelsk
År: 
2022
Maksimum antall studenter: 
16
Emneansvarlig
Bente Kleven
Forkunnskapskrav

Admission to AHO and successful completion of three years bachelor level studies (180 ECTS).

Students should master Rhino, Autocad or equivalent dac programs for studying architectural solutions in 2D and 3D.

Part of course series: Multistory Buildings Studio

Om emnet

An important aim for the Multistory Buildings studio is to explore, study and play with the architectural potential of loadbearing structures of in terms of materiality, design and how the structure can play an active role in framing good spaces for different use.

The most important issue about making architecture sustainable is to design and build inviting spaces with durable materials and structures capable to adapt to new users and, if possible, chancing programs over time.

For the semester task the students will be able to choose between 3 different plots and and develop a main program for their project.

Current topics to consider:

  • New building facility in existing context
  • Living and working in the city, interface with the surroundings.
  • Access conditions and availability
  • Community, privacy
  • Flexibility, generality
  • Minimization, maximization, body dimensions
  • Accessibility, universal planning
  • Noise, silence, sun and daylight conditions.
  • Vision and transparency
  • Structures, technical guides and material use
  • Fire safety and escape conditions
  • Energy, resource use, resilience.
Læringsutbytte
  • Knowledge:

- how to explore, create and organize good architectural space for different programs in a given context.

- how to deal with different structural materials and loadbearing principles

- different principles for organization and design of vertical communication space and space for service-/technical equipment

- different building envelopes, physical structure and materiality

- knowledge about how strategies of fire securitry and acoustic implications can inform structural organization of different spaces and detailing of architecutural building elements.

  • Skills:

Being able to discuss, consider and explore:

- spatial and tactile qualities within a holistic architectural concept.

- various structural materiality and principles impact on architectural quality customized for different use and program for a building over time.

- architectural qualities and possibilities of different organization and design of    vertical communication space for users and service

- a building envelope design

- architectural expression and materiality in relation to an actual location context.

Being able to document and present a conclusive and comprehensive and sustainable architectural project on an actual plot through excellent illustrations and a physical model.

  • General competence:

Being able to apply the acquired knowledge about structures, vertical communication spaces and building envelope into a sustainable building project with great architectural qualities usable for different programs. Get skills in discussing, evaluating and exploring the actual architectural topics.

Praktisk organisering og arbeidsmåter

The first part of the semester will deal with investigation and research of actual structural materials and configuration of loadbearing elements for multistory buildings. These studies will include interesting historical examples, projects from architectural competitions and student projects.

The students will also investigate possible structural configurations in physical and digital model studies.

The second part of the semester the students will choose among three actual plots and further investigate architectural ideas for a holistic multistory building in Oslo, and prove through sketches the adaptability for different users and programs (living- , working- and public use spaces). The students have to choose specific topics that their own project will specially concentrate on.

The studio will be carried through with a main emphasis on architectural projects to be completed in groups of 2 students. Project material is expected to be detailed using digital tools, as well as small and largescale models. Preliminary sketching and development of ideas is to be done using analogue tools.

Otherwise, the course includes various activities:

• initial subtasks on current topics

• theme-oriented lectures

• private and group input / lectures and discussions

• inspection of relevant local projects

• an excursion

• reviews every second week

• contribution with text and illustrations to a MSB cource book in the end of the  semster

It is possible to inform the study administration by an e-mail the name of your fellow student you plan to co-work with when you sign up for the course.

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AktivitetKommentar
OppmøteParticipation and attendance in lectures, supervision at the desks in the studio, seminars and workshops is expected.
EkskursjonThose who do not have the opportunity to participate in excursion will receive a task / a project that replaces this. Those who do not have the opportunity to participate in excursion will receive a task / a project that replaces this.
Forventet arbeidsinnsats:
Aktivitet:Oppmøte
Kommentar:Participation and attendance in lectures, supervision at the desks in the studio, seminars and workshops is expected.
Aktivitet:Ekskursjon
Kommentar:Those who do not have the opportunity to participate in excursion will receive a task / a project that replaces this. Those who do not have the opportunity to participate in excursion will receive a task / a project that replaces this.