Introduction to design and creativity, spatial, social and temporal context, ephemeral prototypes, register and communication of workshop production.
- Ability to gather and interpret relevant data (usually within their field of study) to inform judgments that include reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical matters.
- Knowing the history and theories of architecture, as well as arts, sciences and technologies related to this.
- Understanding the role of fine arts as a factor that may influence the quality of architectural design.
- Understanding the relationships between people and buildings, and between people and their surrounding, as well as relating buildings and the spaces between according to needs and the human scale.
- Responsability . TS 2: Self confidence.
- Communication skills in native language (written and oral) and in English language.
- Interpersonal understanding. TS 6: Flexibility.
- Teamwork: Ability to work in teams of architects, or in interdisciplinary teams. This capability includes interpersonal skills and team leadership ability.
- Initiative and entrepreneurship, both in the field of architecture and business.
- Planning and time management: Ability to plan work based on the need to meet deadlines .
- Innovation and creativity: Creativity, imagination and aesthetic sensibility towards design, while meeting the aesthetic and technical requirements. This includes critical thinking skills and historical culture.
- Acquisition of knowledge in methods of studying processes of symbolization, practical functions and ergonomics.
- Acquisition of knowledge in the relationship between cultural patterns and the architect´s social responsibilities.
Preconceptions and architectural culture 10%
Working tools 10%
Development and construction of a prototype 20%
Concepts development and representation 20%
Project contextualization and testing 20%
Acquired knowledge and application 20%