Aprendiendo a proyectar: entre el 1:2000 y el 1:20

Marisol Vidal, Roger Riewe, Jordi Ros-Ballesteros, Óscar Linares-de la Torre

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Abstract

The aim of this article is to present the methodology and results of a teaching experience shared by the IAT/TU Graz and the ETSAB/UPC from mid-January to the end of June 2019. According to this experimental methodology, students had to to develop their architectural proposal by working at all different scales simultaneously: from the 1/2000 scale, which allows dealing with the relationship of the project with the place, to the 1/20 scale, optimal for defining the technological systems (construction, structure, energy, etc.) of the proposal. The design process was hence not understood as a sequence of independent disciplines (urban planning, spatial design, construction, structures, etc.) but as an indivisible whole. Through this holistic approach, students tried to tap the often underused potential laying in the interdependency of place and technology as a design generator for their projects.
Translated title of the contributionEntwerfen Lernen:: zwischen 1:2000 und 1:20
Original languageSpanish
Pages107
Number of pages116
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 15 Nov 2019
EventJIDA: Jornadas sobre Innovación Docente en Arquitectura / Workshop on Educational Innovation in Architecture - ETSAM: Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura , Madrid, Spain
Duration: 14 Nov 201915 Nov 2019
Conference number: 19
https://revistes.upc.edu/index.php/JIDA

Workshop

WorkshopJIDA
CountrySpain
CityMadrid
Period14/11/1915/11/19
Internet address

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Architecture

Fields of Expertise

  • Sustainable Systems

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Vidal, M., Riewe, R., Ros-Ballesteros, J., & Linares-de la Torre, Ó. (2019). Aprendiendo a proyectar: entre el 1:2000 y el 1:20. 107. Paper presented at JIDA, Madrid, Spain. https://doi.org/10.5821/jida.2019.8293

Aprendiendo a proyectar: entre el 1:2000 y el 1:20. / Vidal, Marisol; Riewe, Roger; Ros-Ballesteros, Jordi; Linares-de la Torre, Óscar.

2019. 107 Paper presented at JIDA, Madrid, Spain.

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Vidal, M, Riewe, R, Ros-Ballesteros, J & Linares-de la Torre, Ó 2019, 'Aprendiendo a proyectar: entre el 1:2000 y el 1:20' Paper presented at JIDA, Madrid, Spain, 14/11/19 - 15/11/19, pp. 107. https://doi.org/10.5821/jida.2019.8293
Vidal M, Riewe R, Ros-Ballesteros J, Linares-de la Torre Ó. Aprendiendo a proyectar: entre el 1:2000 y el 1:20. 2019. Paper presented at JIDA, Madrid, Spain. https://doi.org/10.5821/jida.2019.8293
Vidal, Marisol ; Riewe, Roger ; Ros-Ballesteros, Jordi ; Linares-de la Torre, Óscar. / Aprendiendo a proyectar: entre el 1:2000 y el 1:20. Paper presented at JIDA, Madrid, Spain.116 p.
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