BE02 – Designing
- Students are able to apply their knowledge of the fundamental aspects of planning and composition (both two-dimensional and three-dimensional) to spatial research by designing in a well-informed manner.
- Students are able to apply the design mindset more broadly as a strategy designed to solve the problems inherent in the built environment.
- Students are able to create and further develop, in a methodical and well-argued manner, an integral architectural design for a building in a familiar and complex real-life context.
BE03 – Specifying
- Students are able to explore architectural presentation techniques in a methodical and well-argued manner as part of their visual investigation.
- Students are able to assess and categorise the results of the precedent analysis, and to generalise them into an application proposal based on standardised systems and solutions.
BE07 – Conducting research
- Having completed their precedent study, students are able to make well-informed use of their understanding of the basic concepts of object and space, form and counterform, structure, plasticity and meeting.
- Students are able to formulate research questions on the built environment aspects of a spatial development-related issue in a personal project plan.
- Students are able to use knowledge obtained from literature and various media to answer a research question, taking into account their own interests/focus areas/predilections.
BE08 – Communicating and collaborating
- Students are able to apply architectural presentation techniques by presenting the results of their visual investigation.
- Students are able to justify the choices made with regard to the materials used in the precedents that they analysed and are also able to apply these to their own design using sketches, drawings, text, photos and diagrams.
- Students are able to weigh up the requisite knowledge, skills and competences obtained in other fields of study and apply these while working in a team.
- Students are able to reflect in word and image on their own position vis-à-vis the subject fields within their field of study, and on their performance with respect to the knowledge modules.
- Students are able to present, in word and image, the results of their investigation and the design process by communicating relevant information on the scale and the level of detail.