Architecture, Design And The Built Environment

2y ago
2.74 MB
62 Pages
Last View : 29d ago
Last Download : 2y ago
Upload by : Elisha Lemon

School of Architecture,Design and the Built EnvironmentArchitecture,Design and theBuilt EnvironmentCourse guide 2020

At NTU we focus on you.Our gold-rated teaching experience is delivered by academicstaff who have the knowledge and experience to support yourvision. Your personal tutor and learning dashboard will help tomake sure you stay on track.The opportunities and connections we provide will enableyou to shape your skills, knowledge and experience. Fromwork placements and live projects, to volunteering and studyabroad, all our courses are packed full of options to help yourcareer get off to the best start.You will receive an extraordinary education and a dynamicstudent experience in a vibrant learning environment withexcellent facilities.We are challenging traditions. Our teaching and workexperience elevate each other, and our research is changingthe world for the better. We treat our students as individuals,providing opportunities for all. It’s one of the reasons why wehave been named Guardian University of the Year 2019.NTU. University, reimagined

ContentsBArch (Hons) Architecture4BA (Hons) Interior Architectureand Design8BSc (Hons) ArchitecturalTechnology12BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering16BSc (Hons) Civil Engineering20MEng (Hons) Civil EngineeringDesign and Construction22BSc (Hons) ConstructionManagement26BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveyingand Commercial Management30BA (Hons) Product Design32BA (Hons) Furniture andProduct Design36BSc (Hons) Product Design40BSc (Hons) Building Surveying44BSc (Hons) PropertyDevelopment and Planning48BSc (Hons) Real Estate50BSc (Hons) Property Financeand Investment52

Architecture,Design and theBuilt EnvironmentWe develop your career from day one.Whether you’re an aspiring designer,architect, civil engineer, surveyor orproperty and construction expert, we’llprovide you the knowledge, tools andopportunities to establish yourself as aprofessional.We’ve got an outstanding graduateemployment record, built on manyfactors. These include the standardand relevance of our courses; thequality and international perspectivesof our teaching; our incredible industrypartnerships and commercial links;and our extensive professionalaccreditations.Our courses are designed withindustry partners and informed by ourglobally significant research, ensuringthat current trends are at the forefrontof your learning. From live industryprojects to professional-standardfacilities and work placements, you’lldevelop the skills needed to succeedin industry.With access to inspiring and creativespaces, you’ll be supported by ourexpert academic and technical teams.From the studios to the workshops,there’s space and resource for you towork, learn, and develop your ideas.Our courses are all accreditedby professional bodiesWe’re focused on your employability.Companies are looking for graduateswith meaningful work experience– and our courses provide you withjust that. Through work placements,coursework projects, site visits,visiting industry experts and guestlecturers, you’ll have the opportunityto build your professional network andshowcase your skills to some of theindustry’s key leaders.Our BA, BSc, BEng and MEng coursesall offer sandwich routes, so you’ll havethe opportunity to take a year-longplacement as part of your studies.Arcadis, Laing O’Rourke and Foster Partners are recent destinationsfor our students, while some haveventured overseas to gain experiencein places like Dubai, Italy and theNetherlands.Working on briefs from globalcompanies like VolkerFitzpatrick,Savills and Speedo, you’ll becomeadept at communicating your ideas,team working, and working to tightdeadlines – all valuable industry skills.We also give you the opportunity toexperience different cities and cultureson study visits and residential trips.Our students have recently visitedexhibitions and practices in Barcelona,Venice, Paris, Berlin and Milan.We’re ranked second in theUK for Building and Town andCountry Planning(Guardian League Tables 2019)

Architecture (ARB / RIBA Part 1)BArch (Hons)Take the first step to becoming a qualified architect on our creative,project-driven course. You’ll be equipped with the skills and knowledge totackle issues in the built environment and pursue a successful career inarchitecture.InformationAbout this courseUCAS code: K100On this course you’ll develop into anindustry-ready graduate preparedto tackle the modern challenges inarchitecture. Based in our Grade II*listed Gothic Revival style Arkwrightbuilding in the heart of Nottingham,you’ll benefit from our creative studioenvironment that encourages you towork collaboratively, share experiencesand experiment with ideas.Study mode: Full-timeDuration: Three yearsEntry requirements: A-levels – BBB; or BTEC Extended Diploma – DDM; or 120 UCAS Tariff points from threeA-levels or equivalent qualifications;and GCSE – English and Maths gradeC/4.Other requirements: You’ll need tosubmit a digital portfolio.93% of BArch (Hons)Architecture students are ingraduate level employmentwithin six months of finishingtheir studies (Destinationof Leavers from HigherEducation Survey, 2016-17).You’ll be exposed to diverse aspectsof architecture, linking sustainabilityand urban design with businesspractice, and be given the freedomand resources to explore your owndesign approach and style. You’ll learnthe art of creative communicationthrough drawing, model making and3D visualisation in our studios andworkshops.Through experience of live industryprojects and briefs, opportunities toexhibit your work and study trips inthe UK and internationally. You’ll learnto create imaginative and practicaldesigns while developing essentialskills in research, project coordinationand problem-solving.How you’ll learnTeaching and learning experiencesinclude lectures, seminars, studiodesign sessions, tutorials andworkshops. You’ll learn from a teamof academic staff with extensiveexperience in industry and experttechnical staff who will be on hand tosupport you with your practical andproject work.AssessmentsAccredited by:4You’ll be assessed through arange of practical-based methods.Coursework will make up most of yourassessments, consisting of group andindividual projects, reports and essays,and presentations to your peers. You’llreceive feedback throughout eachmodule.ModulesYear OneDesign Studio60 credit pointsYou’ll be introduced to small-scaledesign project work exploring thethree-dimensional qualities of space.This module offers an integrativeapproach to a range of factorsthat influence architectural designdevelopment and promotes the criticaland reflective appraisal of proposals.Technology and Environment inArchitecture 120 credit pointsAn introduction to a range oftechnical, practical and environmentalprinciples involved in the making ofdomestic-scale architecture. Themodule provides a framework forunderstanding the environmentalimpact in a UK context. You’ll exploreusing design and construction toachieve control of heat, light, soundand ventilation within buildings.Architecture in Context 120 credit pointsYou’ll be introduced to historicalcultural themes within an architecturalframework that relate to thecontemporary built environment. You’lllearn to recognise and engage witharchitectural responses to key societalinfluences.Architectural Communication andRepresentation20 credit pointsThis lecture and studio-based moduleintroduces visualisation techniquesand issues using traditional and digitalmedia. Working alongside the DesignStudio module, you’ll explore essentialgraphic and visual communicationtechniques and both 2D and 3Dmethods.


Year TwoFinal YearExhibitingIntegrated Design Studio60 credit pointsComprehensive Design Studio60 credit pointsLearn to communicate visually, orallyand in writing on projects set in a rangeof design contexts related to mediumscale buildings. You’ll creatively assessspatial and building design within arange of urban, physical, technical,economic, social, ethical and culturalsettings.You’ll work on larger-scale or complexprojects designed to test your abilityto engage with multiple issuessimultaneously. These include theintegration of architectural design,technology and environmentalconsiderations, and the awarenessof cultural context, managementpractices, financial factors and legalconstraints.In your final year, you’ll showcase yourwork to the creative industries at arange of events including the NTU Artand Design Degree Show and NTU’sArchitecture Exchange event, attendedby architecture professionals, industryexperts and potential employers.Technology and Environment inArchitecture 220 credit pointsYou’ll extend your knowledge of thetechnical, practical and environmentalprinciples of architectural design. You’lldevelop your ability to communicatethe relevant information regardingmedium-sized buildings to the range ofstakeholders in a design process.Architecture in Context 220 credit pointsDevelop your critical response totheories related to contemporary andemerging architecture, the arts andurban design, on both global and locallevels. You’ll investigate the explorationof emerging diverse cultures andcommunities and their influence onarchitectural legacies.Interdisciplinary Design Studies20 credit pointsYou’ll be exposed to a range ofprofessional and creative disciplines,widening your appreciation of thefield of design. Your understandingof architecture will be better situatedwithin the wider context of ahumanistic comprehension of space.Technology and Environment inArchitecture 320 credit pointsThrough studio-based projects, you’llinvestigate material possibilities anddesign, build and test physical anddigital models in simulated conditions.You’ll use your findings to define andjustify your technical design proposals,considering cost, environmental andsustainability factors.Your future careerOn completion of your degree you’llgain ARB/RIBA Part 1 and you’ll beready to complete your first year ofwork experience, before starting Part2 on route to becoming a qualifiedarchitect. Recent graduate rolesinclude architects, architecturalassistants and design team membersat companies such as Benoy, rg pLtd., Dixon Jones and Terry Farrell &Partners.Architecture in Context 320 credit pointsYou’ll explore key issues from thehistory of philosophy, social theoryand modern thought through adedicated seminar series. This willenable you to develop a series ofinterpretive frameworks through whichyou’ll analyse, criticise and debatearchitecture.Professional Practice20 credit pointsThis module will prepare you forprofessional practice in the UK.You’ll develop your understandingof architecture industryw andregulatory frameworks in the contextof professional practice and buildingdelivery processes in the constructionindustry.To find out more about this coursevisit and searchfor Architecture.6

Image: Jack Whitehead, BArch (Hons) Architecture7

Interior Architecture and DesignBA (Hons)This creative course is designed to explore the design and development ofinternal spaces in relation to their overall architectural composition. You’lldevelop an understanding of how form, light and structure are used tocreate spaces that are both beautiful and functional.InformationAbout this courseUCAS code: K1W2 (full-time) or W250(sandwich)We’ll enable you to discover, developand define yourself and the spacearound you. In a studio culture thatreflects modern practice, you’ll learnto creatively communicate your ideasthrough presentation, drawing andmodelling. The course’s teachingand learning culture is reflectiveof professional architecture andinterior design practice, encouragingteamwork, collaboration andexperimentation.Study mode: Full-time / SandwichDuration: Three years full-time or fouryears with a sandwich yearEntry requirements: A-levels – BBB; or BTEC Extended Diploma – DDM; or 120 UCAS Tariff points from threeA-levels or equivalent qualifications;and GCSE – English and Maths gradeC/4.Other requirements: You’ll need tosubmit a digital portfolio.91% of our BA (Hons) InteriorArchitecture and Designfull-time students are inemployment or further studywithin six months of finishingtheir studies (Destinationof Leavers from HigherEducation Survey, 2016-17).Based in our Grade II* listed GothicRevival Style Arkwright building,you’ll develop your understandingof three-dimensional potential, there-modelling of existing spaces andthe influence of historical movementsin interior architecture and design oncontemporary practice.Through live industry projects andbriefs, guest lectures from visitingexperts and study trips in the UK andoverseas, you’ll develop your portfolioof work and the skills and experienceneeded to progress in your career.You’ll also have the opportunity toundertake a year-long placementduring Year Three of your course, andbenefit from our existing networks inthe architecture and design industries.How you’ll learnYour learning experiences will takethe form of design studio sessions,lectures, seminars, tutorials andworkshops, self-directed projectwork, and site visits. You’ll be taughtby our team of academic staff whohave extensive experience in industry,and supported by our expert team oftechnical professionals.AssessmentsAccredited by:8You’ll be tested through a range ofpractical based methods. Courseworkwill make up all of your assessment,consisting of group and individualdesign projects, reports, presentationsand panel discussions, essays andportfolios.ModulesYear OneDesign Studio 160 credit pointsThis studio-based module willintroduce you to a range of designprinciples, encouraging you to exploredesign through a series of projects.You’ll explore three-dimensional form,space and order through variousmeans.Design Communication 120 credit pointsThis studio-based module willencourage you to develop thecommunication of your designideas. You’ll be introduced to a rangeof visualisation techniques usingorthographic drawing, digital mediaand model making. You’ll improve yourhand-drawing skills through a range ofactivities.Technical Studies 120 credit pointsYou’ll be introduced to the range ofstructural, technical, practical andenvironmental principles involvedin the making of buildings. You’llbegin to develop an understandingof the impact buildings and theirconstruction can have on the user’sexperience.Interior Architecture in Context 120 credit pointsExplore how wider social issues– such as politics, the economyand technology – can influencearchitecture, and have doneso historically. You’ll also learnto recognise and engage witharchitectural responses to theseissues.


Year TwoYear ThreeDesign Studio 260 credit pointsBy choosing our sandwich (four-year)route, you’ll be able to undertake ayear-long work placement duringyour studies. These are competitivepositions secured through interviewsand assessment. Recent placementdestinations include Foster Partners,The Body Shop and KSS Architects.You’ll work to detailed briefs focusedon structural, material, environmentaland experiential issues. You’ll alsofocus on a design project, developingproposals that specifically considerfinishes, materials, and ergonomicneeds.Professional Studies and DesignCommunication 220 credit pointsExplore the essential graphic andvisual communication techniquesrequired to meet industryrequirements, complete a designportfolio, and allow the communicationof studio-based projects. This moduleworks in tandem with Design Studio 2.Technical Studies 220 credit pointsDevelop your understanding ofbuilding elements – foundations, walls,floors and roofs – and their differenttypes and functions. You’ll also furtheryour appreciation of a range of buildingmaterials, including interior elementssuch as lighting materials, and applyyour knowledge of constructionregulations.Interior Architecture in Context 220 credit pointsDevelop your knowledge of – andcritical responses to – theories relatedto contemporary and emergingarchitecture and urban design,both globally and locally. You’llexplore issues of cultural diversityand the impact this has on the builtenvironment.Successful completion of theplacement year leads to an extraqualification – the Diploma inProfessional Practice.Final YearDesign Studio 360 credit pointsYou’ll be challenged to define your ownindividual approach to design througha series of structured projects. You’llbe encouraged to research, analyse,process, realise and communicate.You’ll respond creatively to smallexploratory projects, and to larger andmore complex spatial interventions.Design Communication 320 credit pointsResearch Project20 credit pointsYou’ll conduct a thorough researchinvestigation that explores a subjectof personal interest. You’ll presentyour findings on topics and debates ofsignificance, constructing a developedargument through critical debate andanalysis.ExhibitingIn your final year, you’ll showcaseyour work to the creative industries ata range of events including the NTUArt & Design Degree Show, NTU’sArchitecture Exchange event andFree Range in London, attended byarchitecture professionals, industryexperts and potential employers.Your future career.Our students have graduated intoroles such as junior designers,interior designers and consultants atcompanies including BDP, Tom DixonStudio, Dalziel & Pow, FITCH, MacaulaySinclair, Lungfish Architects andLeonard Design Architects.Develop your orthographic drawingto an advanced level using a rangeof different 2D and 3D media. You’llalso explore graphic and visualcommunication techniques relating tothe communication of a design project.Technical Studies 320 credit pointsYou’ll learn to integrate research intoyour designs, in support of the projectyou’ll develop as part of the DesignStudio module. You’ll deepen yourtechnical understanding of areas thatinclude acoustics, lighting, structureand material studies.To find out more about this coursevisit and searchfor Interior.10

Image: Nicola Rogers, BA (Hons) InteriorImage: XxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxArchitecture Design11

Architectural TechnologyBSc (Hons)Architectural technologists bring ideas to life – from concept and designto development and completion. As a technical member of design teams,you’ll be responsible for ensuring that designs are buildable, sustainable,economical and maintainable.InformationAbout this courseUCAS code: K130 (full-time) or K101(sandwich)Our course is your gateway to a careerin the architecture industry. You’llexperience live projects with realclients, studio work, guest lecturesfrom industry leaders, and excitingplacement opportunities. You’ll learnhow buildings are created, constructedand managed and develop a practicaland imaginative approach to design,equipped with the skills to createefficient design solutions.Study mode: Full-time / SandwichDuration: Three years full-time or fouryears with a sandwich yearEntry requirements: A-levels – BCC BTEC Extended Diploma – DMM 104 UCAS Tariff points from threeA-levels or equivalent qualifications;and GCSE – English and Maths gradeC/4.96% of our BSc (Hons)Architectural Technologysandwich students are ingraduate level employmentwithin six months of finishingtheir studies (Destinationof Leavers from HigherEducation Survey, 2016-17).You’ll study in a studio culture thatreflects modern architecture practice,preparing you for your graduatecareer from day one. You’ll learn howbuildings are created, constructed andmanaged, developing a practical yetimaginative approach.On this dynamic course, you’ll learnhow to deliver practical integratedprojects that take multidisciplinaryelements into consideration.You’ll develop excellent visualcommunication skills using the latestsoftware and, through live projects andpresentations, you’ll build confidencein presenting your ideas to audiences.How you’ll learnYour learning experience willinclude lectures, seminars, tutorials,workshops, and self-directed projectwork. You’ll learn from a team ofacademic s

Course guide 2020 School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment. NTU. University, reimagined . BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology 12 BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering 16 . Design and Construction 22 BSc (Hons) Construction Management 26 BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management 30 BA (Hons) Product Design 32 BA (Hons .

Related Documents:

Silat is a combative art of self-defense and survival rooted from Matay archipelago. It was traced at thé early of Langkasuka Kingdom (2nd century CE) till thé reign of Melaka (Malaysia) Sultanate era (13th century). Silat has now evolved to become part of social culture and tradition with thé appearance of a fine physical and spiritual .

May 02, 2018 · D. Program Evaluation ͟The organization has provided a description of the framework for how each program will be evaluated. The framework should include all the elements below: ͟The evaluation methods are cost-effective for the organization ͟Quantitative and qualitative data is being collected (at Basics tier, data collection must have begun)

̶The leading indicator of employee engagement is based on the quality of the relationship between employee and supervisor Empower your managers! ̶Help them understand the impact on the organization ̶Share important changes, plan options, tasks, and deadlines ̶Provide key messages and talking points ̶Prepare them to answer employee questions

Dr. Sunita Bharatwal** Dr. Pawan Garga*** Abstract Customer satisfaction is derived from thè functionalities and values, a product or Service can provide. The current study aims to segregate thè dimensions of ordine Service quality and gather insights on its impact on web shopping. The trends of purchases have

On an exceptional basis, Member States may request UNESCO to provide thé candidates with access to thé platform so they can complète thé form by themselves. Thèse requests must be addressed to esd rize unesco. or by 15 A ril 2021 UNESCO will provide thé nomineewith accessto thé platform via their émail address.

Chính Văn.- Còn đức Thế tôn thì tuệ giác cực kỳ trong sạch 8: hiện hành bất nhị 9, đạt đến vô tướng 10, đứng vào chỗ đứng của các đức Thế tôn 11, thể hiện tính bình đẳng của các Ngài, đến chỗ không còn chướng ngại 12, giáo pháp không thể khuynh đảo, tâm thức không bị cản trở, cái được

Food outlets which focused on food quality, Service quality, environment and price factors, are thè valuable factors for food outlets to increase thè satisfaction level of customers and it will create a positive impact through word ofmouth. Keyword : Customer satisfaction, food quality, Service quality, physical environment off ood outlets .

More than words-extreme You send me flying -amy winehouse Weather with you -crowded house Moving on and getting over- john mayer Something got me started . Uptown funk-bruno mars Here comes thé sun-the beatles The long And winding road .