Prerequisites (for future units)
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The Fundamentals of Architecture course for the first year of architecture studies proposes a didactic aimed at introducing the student to the discipline by providing the practical-theoretical foundations of the architect's profession.
The Foundations Laboratory is a support tool for exploring the many spaces designed and built by man. The primary reading key through which to investigate the contemporary environment is that of use. The didactic program will be developed over two semesters through two preparatory courses, organized in different ways: the first semester will have a more theoretical orientation, articulated around a series of ex cathedra lessons, the second more operational , characterized by design exercises.
High school education
BEATRICE MORETTI (President)
SIMONE GOBBO (President Substitute)
The exam will be individual. The student must show both theoretical knowledge, based on the lessons and the bibliography of the course, and practical knowledge, with respect to the work done in the preparatory and project exercises (carried out both in groups and individually).
The oral exam will allow you to verify the level of learning of the primary notions of architectural design