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Course Syllabus

Synopsis

The whole semester will be dedicated to ‘Comprehensive Design Project (CDP)’ which is the continuation of selected project from the previous semester.
In the first part of the semester students will undergo a series of two weeks exercises focusing on certain aspects of the design including site planning, building construction and materials, building and energy use and compliance to Uniform Building by Laws.
In the second part; students are expected to finalize the various aspects of their design scheme by the end of the 11th week.
The last three weeks of the semester will be used to finalize their project presentation. The submission shall comprise a set of graphic presentations and technical reports describing the scheme.
Each student will be to present his/her scheme to a panel of assessors that consists of full-time staff and architects.
Design Studio 3B
Code
ARCH 3160
Credit Value
6
Program
Bachelor of Science (Architectural Studies)
Semester
October/November
Year
2022
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Objectives

To provide students with guidance on how to produce Comprehensive Design Project
To make students aware of various building regulations and technical requirements that must be considered in design
To widen students’ understanding of sustainable design ideas


Course Learning Outcomes
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CLO No
Course Learning Outcomes
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CLO 1
Produce development project from a schematic stage to a comprehensive design scheme incorporating all the necessary components for a workable solution
2
CLO 2
Demonstrate the integration of various legal and technical requirements in their design project
3
CLO 3
Develop an architectural solution that incorporates sustainable design ideas
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Program Learning Outcome
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PLO
Program Learning Outcome
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PLO 6
Ability to propose appropriate solutions using scientific methods, critical thinking and problem-solving skills in architecture
2
PLO 1
Ability to understand basic architectural knowledge comprising of the concept, principle, theory, technical data and skills relevant to design and architectural practice
3
PLO 3
Ability to apply relevant architecture knowledge and skills in responding to social, cultural, economic and environmental contexts, as well as complying with regulatory requirements
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TOTAL FULFILLMENT WITH FORMAL ASSESSMENT

PLO1: Will be able to understand basic principles and appropriate application and performance of construction materials and building services, envelope, structural, environmental and life safety systems.PLO6: Will be able to raise clear and precise questions, consider diverse points of view, reach well-reasoned conclusions and test them against relevant criteria and standards.

PARTIAL FULFILLMENT WITH FORMAL ASSESSMENT

PLO2: Will be able to assess, select and conceptually integrate structural systems, building envelope systems, environmental systems, life-safety systems, and building service systems into building design.PLO4: Will be able to understand the ethical issues involved in the formation of professional judgment in architectural design and practice.

PARTIAL FULFILLMENT WITHOUT FORMAL ASSESSMENT

PLO3: Will be able to understand the principles of sustainability in making architectural design decisions.PLO7: Will have the skills and relevant knowledge to fulfil the requirements to become a professional Architect as set by the Lembaga Arkitek Malaysia.
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