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2021 Høst

12 803 Diplom Landskapsarkitektur

Full course name in English: 
Diplom Landskapsarkitektur
Studiepoeng: 
30
Emnekode: 
12 803
Studienivå: 
Syklus 2
Undervisningssemester: 
2021 Høst
Eksamenssemester: 
2021 Høst
Undervisningsspråk: 
Norsk/Engelsk
År: 
2021
Emneansvarlig
Marianne Skjulhaug
Forkunnskapskrav

Successful completion of 90 ECTS and successful completion of a pre-diploma report, approved by an advisor and the head of department.

Om emnet

The diploma semester at AHO is an independent research and design task on a theme chosen by the candidate. In consultation with a chosen advisor, the candidate is to produce a complete work of exceptional quality contributing to the discipline’s discourse.

Læringsutbytte

General proficiency

  • An understanding of the given natural, social, cultural and technological conditions that contribute to inform architectural, urban and landscape design work
  • Ability to see the particular approaches and methods of the discipline in relation to society and contemporary landscape situations.

Knowledge

  • Knowledge of the theoretical and policy-related elements pertaining to the field of research and practice within the discipline.
  • A mastery of the methods, tools and media inherent to urban and landscape design
  • An awareness of urban and landscape design’s historical, societal and theoretical background and context

Skills

  • An ability to undertake an independent and responsible project development.
  • Ability to conceive of, conceptualize and design a specific project pertaining to a specific situation or problem.
  • An ability to employ the range of knowledge within the discipline in the specific diploma research and design.
  • An ability to communicate design ideas and results to professionals and laypersons
Praktisk organisering og arbeidsmåter

The diploma semester is an independent study whose methods and topics are to be outlined in an approved pre-diploma brief. Interim presentations and a final presentation is mandatory.

The diploma semester starts of with an information meeting where both administrative and academic staff is present. Main source of information and updates during the semester is Moodle, and as a diploma student you are obligated to familiarize yourself with the AHO's diploma regulations. The regulations outlines the frame work of the diploma semester, and describes details conceringin submission, reviews and assessment. 

A diploma project may be withdrawn from examination by December 1st (Fall semester) and May 1st (Spring semester).

Obligatorisk arbeidskravPåkrevde arbeidskravOppmøte påkrevdKommentar
Annet - spesifiser i kommentarfeltet Påkrevd2 mid term reviews
Obligatoriske arbeidskrav:
Obligatorisk arbeidskrav:Annet - spesifiser i kommentarfeltet
Påkrevde arbeidskrav:
Oppmøte påkrevd:Påkrevd
Kommentar:2 mid term reviews
VurderingsformGrupperingKarakterskalaKommentar
ProsjektoppgaveIndividuellBestått / ikke beståttReport and presentation of diploma project. External censors. The diploma project should be evaluated on the terms, problematics and scope that the students themselves have defined in their project and in relation to the criteria given by the examiner´s guide to diploma evaluation and the required learning outcome.
Vurderinger:
Vurderingsform:Prosjektoppgave
Gruppering:Individuell
Karakterskala:Bestått / ikke bestått
Kommentar:Report and presentation of diploma project. External censors. The diploma project should be evaluated on the terms, problematics and scope that the students themselves have defined in their project and in relation to the criteria given by the examiner´s guide to diploma evaluation and the required learning outcome.

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SOD2 Transdisciplinary work and systems theory

Studiepoeng: 
7,5
Full course name in English: 
Transdisciplinary work and systems theory
Emnekode: 
SOD2
Studienivå: 
Etter- og videreutdanning
Undervisningssemester: 
2021 Høst
Eksamenssemester: 
2021 Høst
Undervisningsspråk: 
Engelsk
År: 
2021
Emneansvarlig
Andreas Wettre
Om emnet

In a complex world that requires a high level of expertise, it is natural to differentiate fields into separate units or areas to attain sufficient depth. However, this approach is challenging when complex issues require collaboration between many fields to gain an adequate understanding ofthe problems and to ensure that the devised solutions do not unintentionally result in new complications. In this module, we examine the challenges of succeeding with transdisciplinary work, and we link them to various systems theories. These insights are subsequently connected to the students’ projects and the development of expert networks. In addition, we cover topics such as innovation, organisational change, psychology and facilitation. We also engage with extreme teaming and, naturally, its associated management aspects.

Læringsutbytte
  • A deeper understanding of the challenges of transdisciplinary cooperation
  • Increased comprehension of systems theory
  • Knowledge of processes for interdisciplinary work in innovation processes
  • Larger ‘toolbox’ for managing transdisciplinary teams assembled to solve complex tasks
Praktisk organisering og arbeidsmåter

The module consists of two seminars and a final presentation of the expert network.

  • Seminar I – AHO in Oslo – November 2021: Focuses on interdisciplinary cooperation, challenges and management/process tools
  • Seminar II – digital via Zoom – November 2021: Concentrates on systems theory in relation to problem areas and interdisciplinary cooperation
Pensum

An updated reading list will be available at the time of admission. 

VurderingsformGrupperingKarakterskalaKommentar
HjemmeeksamenIndividuellBestått / ikke bestått
Muntlig presentasjonIndividuellBestått / ikke bestått
Vurderinger:
Vurderingsform:Hjemmeeksamen
Gruppering:Individuell
Karakterskala:Bestått / ikke bestått
Kommentar:
Vurderingsform:Muntlig presentasjon
Gruppering:Individuell
Karakterskala:Bestått / ikke bestått
Kommentar:

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SOD1 System Oriented Design and Gigamapping

Studiepoeng: 
7,5
Full course name in English: 
System Oriented Design and Gigamapping
Emnekode: 
SOD1
Studienivå: 
Etter- og videreutdanning
Undervisningssemester: 
2021 Høst
Eksamenssemester: 
2021 Høst
Undervisningsspråk: 
Engelsk
År: 
2021
Emneansvarlig
Birger Sevaldson
Om emnet

The module is an introduction to systems-oriented design history and the reasons for the broad interdisciplinary and international interest in the discipline. It also provides an update on the standing of systems-oriented design in relation to other relevant fields. The module engages with the concept of design thinking.

The world is becoming increasingly complex, and all sectors are realising that simple solutions do not work, as everything is connected. We regard different problem areas as a system of systems. The module introduces systemic thinking and important concepts and tools of relevance for systemic design. Students explore key issues and receive training in Gigamapping. Systemic thinking and basic comprehension of systems-oriented design form the basis of the course. The module further focuses on understanding the problem area in the projects which the students choose to develop.

Læringsutbytte
  • A basic understanding of systems-oriented design and systemic thinking
  • Master Gigamapping with ZIP and IMP analysis
Praktisk organisering og arbeidsmåter

The module consists of lectures, brief introductions to exercises and practical work in groups of students who encounter similar problems in their own work situations. The module is comprised of two seminars:

  • Seminar I – AHO in Oslo – September 2021
  • Seminar II – digital via Zoom – October 2021

 

Pensum

An updated reading list will be available at the time of admission.

VurderingsformGrupperingKarakterskalaKommentar
Muntlig presentasjonIndividuellBestått / ikke bestått
Vurderinger:
Vurderingsform:Muntlig presentasjon
Gruppering:Individuell
Karakterskala:Bestått / ikke bestått
Kommentar:

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65 304 Digital landscapes

Studiepoeng: 
6
Full course name in English: 
Digital landscapes
Emnekode: 
65 304
Studienivå: 
Syklus 2
Undervisningssemester: 
2021 Høst
Eksamenssemester: 
2021 Høst
Undervisningsspråk: 
Engelsk
År: 
2021
Om emnet

NOTE: This course is taught in Tromsø and requires admission to Landscape arrchitecture studies on master`s level.

Combined theory and practical course with a focus on digital resources to use in studies of landscape and larger territories.

The course gives insight to theory and technology behind central digital resources and knowledge of their practical application within different fields, including how they can be applied innovatively within landscape architecture.

The course will, among others, give knowledge of remotesensingas a technology, and practical training in the application of LIDAR for surveying terrain and vegetation and GIS for the simulation of wind and water flow.

Læringsutbytte

After passing the course, the student will have the following learningoutcomes:

Knowledge:

•Specific knowledge of the use of LIDAR and GIS•General knowledge of the theory and technology behind central digital resources which can be used for the study of landscape and larger territories, including remote sensing.

•Understanding of the significance of digital resources for the study of landscape and larger territories and as innovative tools in the development of landscape architecture.

Skills:

•To be able to collect and handle data from the internet for use in studies of landscape and larger territories.

•To be able to apply LIDAR to the surveying of terrain and vegetation.

•To be able to apply GIS to simulate wind and water flow.

General competence:

•The ability to apply theoretical knowledge in connection with practical exercises.

•The ability to apply LIDAR and GIS through practical exercises with a certain degree of complexity.

•The ability to reflect critically on the possibilities and limitations of digital resources in relation to the study of andscape, larger territories and the development of landscape architecture.

Praktisk organisering og arbeidsmåter

Teaching is undertaken through a series of lectures, text reviews and practical exercises, individually or in groups.

 

The following courseworkrequirements must be met before the exam can take place:

•Reflective notes.

•Documentation of exercises using LIDAR and GIS

Evaluering og kvalitetssikring

Evaluation of the study program is in accordance with the quality assurance system for the educational activities at UiT Norway's Arctic University and evaluation plans at UMAK, Academy of Fine Arts.

VurderingsformGrupperingKarakterskalaKommentar
HjemmeeksamenIndividuellA-F
Vurderinger:
Vurderingsform:Hjemmeeksamen
Gruppering:Individuell
Karakterskala:A-F
Kommentar:

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65 510 Urban practices

Studiepoeng: 
24
Full course name in English: 
Urban practices
Emnekode: 
65 510
Studienivå: 
Syklus 2
Undervisningssemester: 
2021 Høst
Eksamenssemester: 
2021 Høst
Undervisningsspråk: 
Engelsk
År: 
2021
Om emnet

NOTE: This course is taught in Tromsø and requires admission to Landscape architecture studies on master level.

Through the course, you will learn to differentiate between urban, landscape and territorial practices. These practices make it possible to add different perspectives to the spectrum of human activities which impact and form landscapes in the Arctic/subarctic region. These three perspectives overlap with each other and are thematised in the studio courses. This course’s start pointand research work are connected explicitly to urban practices. With a practical focus, it underscores how we actively form landscapes through different practices in interaction with the landscape's specific ecosystem. Urban practices are fundamentally linked to the city as a phenomenon but cannot be strictly limited to defined city structures or forms of development. In modern societies, where accessibility has, to a large extent, replaced density as a measure of proximity, traditional binaries such as city-country and centre-periphery will often be misleading in relation to the results of contemporary urbanisation processes. These urban practices can therefore unfold across densely populated regions and open landscapes. Not solely reserved for larger urban communities, which there are relatively few of in the Arctic/subarctic, they are equally connected to traditional towns and their transformation through contemporary urbanisation processes. Central to the course is an ecosystem-based understanding of theinteraction between urban practices and natural processes. This understanding is essential when dealing with the climatic challenges which are connected to (urban) life in the Arctic/subarctic.

Læringsutbytte

After passing the course,the student will have the following learning outcomes:

Knowledge

•Specific knowledge about the interaction between urban practices and ecosystems in the Arctic/subarctic landscape.

•Specific knowledge about the climatic challenges which are connected to (city) life in the Arctic/subarctic.•General knowledge about urban conditions in the Arctic/subarctic and a basic understanding of contemporary urbanisation processes.

•Understanding of the role of landscape architecture in relation to urban practices and the ambition of sustainable societal development.

Skills

•Be able to analyse landscapes and identify the interaction between urban practices and ecosystems.

•Be able todevelop landscape architectural responses to issue connected to urban practices, at an advanced level, through design research.

•Be able to incorporate and apply own observations and experience to qualify landscape architectural project proposals.•Be able to incorporate and apply basic knowledge about biodiversity and ecosystems to qualify landscape architectural project proposals.

•Be able to convey landscape architectural intentions in a manner which expresses empathy with and understanding of the relevantlandscape.

General competence

•The ability to independently apply knowledge, skills and, to a certain degree, facilitate own working process.

•The ability to describe the field’s issues with a certain degree of complexity.

•The ability to collaborate with others in the field and, to a certain degree, take responsibility for own and others learning.

Praktisk organisering og arbeidsmåter

Project-based teaching with individual or group supervision. In addition, teaching will be implemented through site visits, fieldwork, lectures and workshops. Review of project work through group seminars constitutes an essential part of the teaching.The teaching invites critical study of existing, and development of new, practices, which can support the ambition of sustainable societal development.

The following work requirements must be met before the exam can take place:•Presentationof analysis work.•Completed fieldwork.•Documented design exploration in association with the project.

VurderingsformGrupperingKarakterskalaKommentar
Annen vurderingsform, definer i kommentarfeltIndividuellBestått / ikke bestått
Vurderinger:
Vurderingsform:Annen vurderingsform, definer i kommentarfelt
Gruppering:Individuell
Karakterskala:Bestått / ikke bestått
Kommentar:

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40 321 Structure of Architecture

Studiepoeng: 
6
Full course name in English: 
Structure of Architecture
Emnekode: 
40 321
Studienivå: 
Syklus 2
Undervisningssemester: 
2021 Høst
Eksamenssemester: 
2021 Høst
Undervisningsspråk: 
Engelsk
År: 
2021
Maksimum antall studenter: 
10
Om emnet

The static structure as primary space-creating system is at the centre of this course.

Structure creates order in a building. Within this order circulation and spatial modules of various sizes are arranged. Through a set of case studies, historic and contemporary, the students will investigate how a considered combination of these elements can result in exciting spatial qualities.
 

 

 

Læringsutbytte

Didactic goal

The overall aim of the course is to appreciate how a building requires a structural order, to comprehend how static and spatial structure, circulation, transitions from inside to outside are all placed in mutual harmony.

Praktisk organisering og arbeidsmåter

The course will be organized as a combination of weekly seminars and an individual detailed investigation and analysis of a given set of case studies. The weekly seminars will consist of a series of lectures, discussions of readings, and student presentations. The individual studies focuses on investigative drawings through sections and ground plans (classical mode of representation). The objective is to identify and comprehend how the construction contributes to the spatial order. In the last part of the semester the students will construct a large section model, 1:20, of a chosen case. The aim of the model is to illustrate the spatial potential of the construction examined.

VurderingsformGrupperingKarakterskalaKommentar
ProsjektoppgaveIndividuellBestått / ikke bestått
Vurderinger:
Vurderingsform:Prosjektoppgave
Gruppering:Individuell
Karakterskala:Bestått / ikke bestått
Kommentar:

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70 509 Strategic Design

Studiepoeng: 
24
Full course name in English: 
Strategic Design
Emnekode: 
70 509
Studienivå: 
Syklus 2
Undervisningssemester: 
2021 Høst
Eksamenssemester: 
2021 Høst
Undervisningsspråk: 
Engelsk
År: 
2021
Maksimum antall studenter: 
15
Emneansvarlig
Einar Sneve Martinussen
Forkunnskapskrav

Passed foundation level (BA-level) courses at AHO or equivalent, 180 ECTS.

A third semester Master course (only available for students in their final year). The course has interaction- and service-design as its starting-point, but is open for all design fields. Students are required to document advanced design skills in their chosen specialisation/field through a portfolio.

You upload the portfolio here before 10th May: https://nettskjema.no/a/147817 

Recommended prerequisite knowledge

The course builds on the design skills and methods learnt across the previous Foundation and Master courses. In “Strategic design” students and teachers integrate and push these skills and mindsets to create rich, reflexive projects that address societal issues through design. For students who want to take part in this course a strong sense of curiosity, experimental outlooks, societal engagement and independence is therefore recommended.

Om emnet

This is an advanced Master course about ‘strategic design’ and will introduce the students to how design methods and tools can be used to address societal challenges. Through this course students will learn about theories and methods from the field of strategic design and get practical experience from applying these in design projects. The course is led by Einar Sneve Martinussen, associate professor at AHO, and guest professor Dan Hill, director of strategic design at Vinnova. Over the last decade, Dan Hill has been an important contributor to the field of strategic design and describes the approach as follows:

70 509 Strategic Design takes the core principles of contemporary design practice – user research and ethnography, agile development, iterative prototyping, participation and co-design, stewardship, working across networks, scales and timeframes – and then it points this toolkit at ethical concerns, addressing systemic change within complex systems, and broader societal outcomes.” Dan Hill (2019)

This course has a focus on strategic design in the broader context of societal development. Students will get to apply and expand their skills and mindsets as designers through practical, exploratory projects that work with a range of societal issues - including sustainability, power and equity, policies for urban- and societal-development, innovation and knowledge, welfare and public services, and citizen participation. Alongside these practice-led projects the course will offer a rich selection of theoretical and inspirational lectures and seminars. A particular focus for this year’s course is exploring social infrastructures for everyday life, meaning the structures that enable social life and participation in society. We will re-examine the potential of traditional social infrastructures, such as libraries, schools, public pools, parks or markets. We will also explore and conceptualise a broader understanding of social infrastructure that could include nature, technologies, digital services, social relations and cultural experiences. Through the projects in the course students will use design methods to develop strategic interventions in the world today, as prototypes and pilot-projects, as well as designing future scenarios. The course brings together research-initiatives at AHO with ongoing projects in the public sector. Collaborators and cases for 2021 are not confirmed yet, but will likely include projects dealing with gender and urban planning, innovation in the public sector, and designing for learning and knowledge-sharing in society.

The ‘Strategic design’ course is a part of D-Box, the National Centre for Transforming Public Services (a collaboration between AHO, BI and DOGA), and is organised together with the research-group Digital Urban Living and guest professor Dan Hill. Key partners and collaborators from these research-groups and networks will be involved in the course, including Einar Sneve Martinussen, Ted Matthews, Jonny Aspen and Kai Reaver. This course builds in part on the series of courses organised by Digital Urban Living over the past years, and will continue our exploration of many of the themes addressed in here, including digital society, sharing culture, inclusion, futures and trust.

Læringsutbytte

KNOWLEDGE

Students will:

  • Get an overview of research, theory and projects within the field of strategic design.
  • Gain an understanding of issues faced by designers working with societal challenges.
  • Develop a critical framework for analysis, evaluation and discussion of design-work in the field of strategic design.

SKILLS

Students will:

  • Practice using their design skills as a part of a strategic design methodology, including prototyping, communication, scenario-building and iterative processes.
  • Design interventions with a focus on both engaging experiences and strategic outcome.
  • Expand their repertoire of practical and theoretical design skills.

GENERAL COMPETENCE

Students will:

  • Gain a stronger ability to explore and understand connections between design and society.
  • Develop the ability to conceptualise and communicate possibilities and solutions in the context of societal challenges.
  • Further develop design competencies such as curiosity, experimentation and critical reflection.
Praktisk organisering og arbeidsmåter

The course has two core components: a series of thematic seminars that run throughout the semester, and a series of design-projects. The seminars will be run by teachers and external guests and address a series of themes that will inform the development and discussion of the design-projects. The design-projects will be run with external partners and the students are expected to develop, and in part organise, these projects with a high degree of independence and professionality. The majority of the work will be done as pairs or groups, as well as through collaborations across the whole class. Projects typically have multiple presentations throughout in order to allow students to see and comment on each other’s work. Co-learning with and from other students is an important part of the course, and it is encouraged that the majority of the time is spent working in the class studio in order to develop an inspiring and encouraging design-environment.

VurderingsformGrupperingKarakterskalaKommentar
VurderingsmappeIndividuellBestått / ikke beståttThe students will be assessed on the quality of submitted design projects and presentations throughout the course. The student must submit all assignments in the course to receive final assessment. Attendance at all presentations is also expected.

Other aspects that is evaluated are active participation i class, independence, professionality, co-learning and collaboration with others.
Vurderinger:
Vurderingsform:Vurderingsmappe
Gruppering:Individuell
Karakterskala:Bestått / ikke bestått
Kommentar:The students will be assessed on the quality of submitted design projects and presentations throughout the course. The student must submit all assignments in the course to receive final assessment. Attendance at all presentations is also expected.

Other aspects that is evaluated are active participation i class, independence, professionality, co-learning and collaboration with others.

60 302 Tema og konsepter i landskapsarkitekturen

Studiepoeng: 
6
Full course name in English: 
Themes and Concepts in Landscape Architecture
Emnekode: 
60 302
Studienivå: 
Syklus 2
Undervisningssemester: 
2021 Høst
Eksamenssemester: 
2021 Høst
Undervisningsspråk: 
Engelsk
År: 
2021
Maksimum antall studenter: 
30
Emneansvarlig
Karin Helms
Forkunnskapskrav

The course is mandatory for master students in Landscape Architecture who do not have a background in Landscape Architecture and landscape notions. The course is open students landscape arcitecture and architecture. 

Om emnet

The course will be subdivided in three thematics:

  1. Historical approaches on large-scale urban landscapes methods, knowledge about backgrounds, innovative thinking from the past and transferable approaches to design, 19th and 20th century approaches. Themes on physical and cultural properties for the urban and suburban.

 

  1. Current theoretical and practical approaches in sustainable design for integrated development of ecologic systems, landscape structures, for our contemporary urban and rural landscapes. Notions as “Landscape urbanism”(Charles Waldheim), “Third landscape” ( G. Clement), Landscape as a prerequisite ( M.Desvigne),  as well as current policies as Nature in towns – “Preservation through development” ( D. Sijmons) … will be explored.

 

  1. First approaches on past and current ephemeral gardens and co-design approaches - research oriented perspectives on participatory methods for public spaces and landscape long-term projects, role of the designers in this mode of doing. The social approach in Landscape Architecture is here the main topic.

 

Karin Helms will present a lecture at the start of each “chapter”. Hannes Zander will give three lectures on the historical aspects and landscape notions from the 19th and 20th century. All other lectures are given by teachers from AHO, some lectures will be given by guest lecturer from other schools/ NMBU/EMiLA partners. The students will be asked to give lectures of their understanding of their readings.

Læringsutbytte

 

 

Praktisk organisering og arbeidsmåter

Weekly lectures and a self-directed writing exercise. There will be duets working groups after each “chapter”. the working group exercise is a part of the final handle in work.

The course activities include participation in discussions throughout the semester, a written assignment and an oral presentation of the assignment. There will be individual tutorial and group discussions. We are looking for engaged students.

Evaluering og kvalitetssikring

Written assignment, oral presentation of the assignment, and participation in discussions throughout the semester.

VurderingsformGrupperingKarakterskalaKommentar
ProsjektoppgaveIndividuellBestått / ikke beståttStudentene skal levere en skriftlig oppgave ved semesterets slutt. De velger ett av temaene det er blitt forelest over, fordyper seg i dette og skriver en oppgave på 4-5 sider. De vil få veiledning i fordypningskursuken. Oppgave leveres 15 november.
Vurderinger:
Vurderingsform:Prosjektoppgave
Gruppering:Individuell
Karakterskala:Bestått / ikke bestått
Kommentar:Studentene skal levere en skriftlig oppgave ved semesterets slutt. De velger ett av temaene det er blitt forelest over, fordyper seg i dette og skriver en oppgave på 4-5 sider. De vil få veiledning i fordypningskursuken. Oppgave leveres 15 november.

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80 319 Colour Reflections

Studiepoeng: 
6
Full course name in English: 
Colour Reflections
Emnekode: 
80 319
Studienivå: 
Syklus 2
Undervisningssemester: 
2021 Høst
Eksamenssemester: 
2021 Høst
Undervisningsspråk: 
Norsk/Engelsk
År: 
2021
Maksimum antall studenter: 
12
Emneansvarlig
Ingrid Lønningdal
Forkunnskapskrav

Passed foundation level courses (bachelor) in the architecture program and basic drawing skills.

Om emnet

This course is based on practical work with colour. We will study and discuss colour and space through analogue experiments in sketch models and reliefs. The students will develop their own colour pallets and investigate how colours both influence, and is experienced in, different spatial situations.

During the semester we will approach colour in different ways. We will try out paint mediums like watercolour and gouache, produce material samples with different textures, study colour in three dimensional sketch models, and become acquainted with architects and artists who use colour integrally in their practice.

During the course we will introduce relevant examples to each other, and the students will research themes spanning from colour phenomena and colour relativity to architecture case studies. It is expected that the students contribute actively to the education and be present at every class. The most relevant themes will be decided upon collectively.

Throughout the course the students will become familiar with colour as an architectonic means, in interiors as well as exteriors. It is a goal for the students to accumulate experience, confidence and a vocabulary in using colours. The work will result in each student producing a booklet containing examples, experiments and photos of sketch models. The models and the booklets will be presented in an exhibition at the end of the semester.

Læringsutbytte

On completing the class, the students will have gained:
- an understanding of colour as a spatial means
- practical experience in working with colour
- a better language in describing and discussing colour
- knowledge about some colour theories and terms

Praktisk organisering og arbeidsmåter

The course will consist of both individual studies, presentations and group discussions. The students will need to buy materials (paper, brushes, watercolour, gouache etcetera). Depending on what you already have available, the expenses will be about 1000-2000 NOK.

VurderingsformGrupperingKarakterskalaKommentar
ProsjektoppgaveIndividuellBestått / ikke bestått
Vurderinger:
Vurderingsform:Prosjektoppgave
Gruppering:Individuell
Karakterskala:Bestått / ikke bestått
Kommentar:

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