Class Constructive Systems III

  • Presentation


    It is intended with this UC, that the student will learn: the elements that make up a project, the anatomy of a construction and its connections, following the learning of the previous semester; Know the current construction processes and vernaculars; current placement on site and what materials to use in its various elements, according to the intended objectives. Trinomium: efficiency; beauty and durability; understanding the consequences of constructive options in architectural design. Types of building structures in the various masonry and materials. The importance of representation in construction details and its coherence with the Architectural object; the Expressiveness and communication of the execution Project

  • Code


  • Syllabus


    Apparent materials in construction: Brick; Stone; Concrete; Wood; Plasters and others and their significance in the conceptual understanding of an architectural object.
    Approach to the work: Timing and understanding of the different phases of the work
    Humidity, Sun, Temperature and physical and chemical phenomena to be considered;
    Construction insulation and its application in wall and roof systems
    Light structure walls on the outside and inside. Ventilated walls with external insulation and ETIC's. Dimensioning of wall thicknesses
    Independent facades and ventilated facades made of glass and other materials. Skins in buildings.
    Deepening of flat roofing techniques - extensive and intensive green roofs.
    Type of materials and sections most suitable to be applied in finishes and in the various details of the work.
    Detailing of materials for interiors and exteriors; sections and finishes; scales and dimensions of the various details.

  • Objectives


    Students will have sufficient knowledge of the various materials to start conducting their studies and design concepts and have a sense of what they should use where they are used and how they are used and to understand what architecture is. They will know the combination of basic legislation with creativity and that architecture is not just design and form, but a set of disciplines, means and also rules for successfully completing a program. The advantage of the outline and the intermediate phases before the final project and the representation of the construction details and its coherence with the Architectural object, as well as the importance of the expressiveness and communication of the execution project

  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    innovative methodologies to support the teaching-learning process used:

    the student will be able to use 3D modeling programs to support the exercise

  • References


    • Bibliografia obrigatória

      - Hoadley, R. Bruce (2000). Understanding Wood. A Craftman's Guide to Wood Technology. Taunton. Newtown.

      Cota: AQ 232- BC

      - Mascarenhas, Jorge. Sistemas de construção,  - Livros Horizonte

      Cota : AQ/83-BC , AQ/83.A-BC, AQ/83.B-BC, AQ/83.C-BC , AQ/83.D-BC

              -  Ford, E. R. (2003). The details of modern architecture Vol. 1 e 2, MIT press.

              - Vários,  Tectonica Nº 1 a 40, ATC Ediciones S.L., Madrid

              - Weston, R. (2003). Materials, form and architecture. Yale University Press.


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