Leader: Michael Anderson
Caulfield First semester 2005 (Day)
Prato Second semester 2005 (Day)
Synopsis: Students are introduced to built applications of the technology of lighting and daylight, acoustics, power supply, water supply, waste removal, ventilation, heating and air conditioning, kinetic systems and the use of energy efficient and ecologically sounds systems. Lectures address structural systems and their components as applied in a range of common interior and small scale architectural projects. Students focus on methods of determining structural integrity and detailing structural systems for construction. Tutorials and seminars discuss the impact of building systems technologies on interior use and ambience.
Objectives: On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to: 1. demonstrate familiarity with the key technical systems used in the provision of building services; 2. apply knowledge regarding services requirements in the specification of products and systems; 3. design interior spaces that incorporate appreciation of the impact of services on construction and interior use and ambience; 4. describe the structural principles that apply in different construction applications; 5. determine appropriate structural systems for a range of common interior projects; 6. detail the application of basic structural systems for construction; 7. observe and employ occupational health and safety principles and rules appropriate to studio practice.
Assessment: Assignments: 70%; written test: 30%
Contact Hours: 12 hours per week, include 4 class hours and 8 independent study hours.
Prohibitions: IAR2302, IAR2305