Class Project Seminar II

  • Presentation


    Curricular unit with the purpose of performing workshops, which aim to share execution procedures within the scope of practical activities other than design, contextualized in project actions.

  • Code


  • Syllabus


    1 Global Consumer Trends. Innovation/Disruption. Inference/Reference Processes. Random contexts, and deterministic contexts.

    2 Sustainability processes and dimensions. Circular Economy. Externalities. Biomimetics, ecosystem, and Nature as a learning model. Regeneration and restitution dynamics. Natural and Artificial Life Cycles.

    3 BookObject Anatomy (Book Materiality basics. Support, Structure and Functioning. Form, System and Efficiency). BookObject Architecture (Plan to Space Construction. Execution Project. Book as Habited Place)

    4 Cinema/Photography: Principles of narratology - narrative vs. narration. Principles of composition: golden section and golden spiral, principle of thirds, etc. The plan: general plan and middle plan (environment), American plan and foreground (object), grand plan and detailed plan (detail). Ascending and descending angles. Types of lighting.

  • Objectives


    • Understand the concept of expert, from a perspective of education, training, practice, experience and peer recognition;
    • Understand similarity and dissimilarity concepts between different professional activities;
    • Understand different creative processes;
    • Understand concepts relating to restricted and broad methods and processes;
    • Understand cause-effect relationships;
    • Understand and identify macro-trends;
    • Understand processes of transition, contamination and correlation between areas of knowledge (professional).
  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    The teaching and assessment methodology is conditioned by the modules of a class, in which one must distinguish phases of presentation of theoretical concepts, presentation of "Case Studies" and analysis and discussion of contents.

    The contents exposed and the exercises, as well as the results obtained, result from methodologies oriented towards the information concept domain that are related through dynamics of «transformation» that occurs when its characteristics reflect an alteration or a modification which gave way to a new "form"; A change from one "form" into another, a metamorphosis. Or by «transition» that occurs when its information characteristics represent an intermediate state, a change from one condition to another, a journey.

  • References


    1. Cabanas, E., Illouz, E., (2019), A ditadura da felicidade - Como a ciência da felicidade controla as nossas vidas, Lisboa: Temas de Debates

    2. Harford, T., (2020), O que os números escondem, Lisboa: Objectiva

    3. Rifkin, J., (2016), A Sociedade do Custo Marginal Zero, Lisboa: Bertrand Editora

    4. Gleiser, M., (2015), A Ilha do Conhecimento - Os limites da ciência e a procura de significado, Lisboa: Temas e Debates

    5. Caldas, A., Rato, J., (2020), Neuromitos - Ou o que realmente sbemos sobre como funciona o nosso cérebro, Lisboa: Contraponto



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