Class Constructive Systems VI

  • Presentation


    Learning basic sustainability concepts
    Raising awareness of a sustainable approach to architectural design ;.
    recognition and classification of aptologies and their resolutions
    Possible technical approaches to building rehabilitation
    Identification of tools and technologies for a sustainable rehabilitation project
    Application of learned principles to a building

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  • Syllabus


    Evaluate and know how to predict and introduce in an Architectural Project the qualities necessary so that a Project and the options taken in it can be included in the durable concepts and have a good and sustainable performance

    Know how to distinguish materials from each other and choose within the standards of economy, durability and easy conservation and replacement (eco-efficient or low impact)

    Have the notion of energy savings with the application of the energy principles derived from passive conceptions foreseen in the RCCTE and applicable to Architecture, such as well-dimensioned natural lighting, direct winter gains, the correct application of heating and cooling needs and a isolation from the environment appropriate to sustainable principles.

    Detect pathologies, energetic, light and acoustic and air quality Healthy and sustainable materials and certified

    Energy and sustainable up-grade of an old building with a view to energy saving and greater durability

  • Objectives


    The importance of urban regeneration and the rehabilitation of buildings from an environmental, economic and social point of view. The Charter of Venice and Krakow. Recovery of erudite and vernacular architecture.

    Constructive pathologies and sick buildings. Sustainable maintenance and rehabilitation

    Life cycle analysis of materials. Reuse and recycling of materials.

    Incorporated energy and ecological materials.

    Ecological specifications specifications ecological map.

  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Theoretical and practical aspects very accentuated in the course of classes with the supervision of the Teacher - Theoretical explanation, schemes, drawings. Power Point and execution of regular works diversifying the form of the perception of Architecture through drawing with manual and expeditious representation for the development of creativity, training, artistic sensitivity and scale.

    - Scales 1: 50/1: 20/1: 1. Comparison of construction elements at scale and in natural size - representation and comparison of the general with the particular. Graphical representation of the parts of a Project and construction elements.

    Weighting in the final grade - individual works from zero to twenty:

    1 - executed in the classroom

    2 - executed in the classroom

    TOTAL - arithmetic mean

    Notes: Attendance in this continuous assessment is mandatory for at least 75% of classes

  • References


    Bibliografia obrigatória

    APPLETON, J. (2000). Reabilitação de edifícios antigos. Colecção Orion

    COIAS, V. (2010). Reabilitação estrutural de edifícios, Argumentum

    APPLETON, J. G. (2009). Biografia de um Pombalino ¿ Um caso de reabilitação na Baixa de Lisboa, Edições Orion


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