Introduction to Architectural Design Process for Students

Architectural project design is a process that every architect should know. In the most general sense, every point of the design process, from initial ideas to implementation, is included in the project design. However, not every work has to be implemented, so the application details are entirely different in architectural design. None of the design steps can be considered independent of the other steps. Therefore, architectural project design is a set of steps that requires seeing the big picture above all. In this course, you will learn to see the whole.

Architectural design project management is a process including five important steps. As the American Institute of Architects (AIA) names them, these steps are Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documents, Bidding, and Construction Administration.

Understanding project management, you will have learned, evaluated, and applied all design stages from start to finish. Understanding these stages is a suitable start for you to succeed in your career quickly or to take a professional step for your venture. You will be qualified to bring various disciplines together, get accustomed to group work, and manage the whole architectural design process. You will also learn; The whole architectural project design steps with different project options, Creating Conceptual perceptions, Creating abstract perceptions, Converting abstract work into concrete work and, Taking specific criticisms that will help you to develop the combination of verbal and visual presentation techniques into the portfolio in the most intended way.

As an architecture candidate, you will work with different disciplines such as photography, video preparation, and graphic education. You learn how to create and present an architectural design project from professionals. You will also have the opportunity to get accepted from the most applicable schools full of successful and skilled students. It will guide you to discover your other interests with professional architects’ support in their field and create your own portfolio.

Project 1:  Connection/Relation with the Place (Unknown Place/ Known Place)

Project 2:  Choose an Architect (Mimicking) 

Project 3:  Designing a Place starting with the idea based on an element (such as the floor, window, door, eave, corridor wall, etc.)

Project 4:  Improve your existing project

Understanding project management, you will have learned, evaluated, and applied all design stages from start to finish. Understanding these stages is a suitable start for you to succeed in your career quickly or to take a professional step for your venture. You will be qualified to bring various disciplines together, beg accustomed to group work, and manage the whole design process.

You will also learn;

The whole architectural project design steps with different project options, 

Creating Conceptual perceptions, 

Creating abstract perceptions, 

Converting abstract work into concrete work and,

Taking specific criticisms that will help you to develop the combination of verbal and visual presentation techniques into the portfolio in the most intended way.

Three project options will require various interpretations and applications within our project options and will help you to handle the subjects and places differently while designing. We offer opportunities to give a direction for you to work in your area of interest and to enjoy your design process.

As a result of these designs;

You will discover design education at different scales, disciplines, and various methods and with the architects in multiple fields. 

You will;

  • Experience in establishing a relationship with the ground in one, 
  • Learn by imitation in one
  • Learn with an element in the other. 
  • You will be familiar with the methods applied in different parts of the world and have the chance to practice them.

The last project option is to support you in your school. You will improve the project you are asked to complete in your academic life, under the supervision and guidance of expert architects, and include it in your portfolio by learning how to present this project well. It will introduce you to different perspectives and new solutions.

 You will learn how to;

  • Design your projects on your project stages with our expert tutors according to your needs. You will finalize the project with the critics and applications made in the best way.
  • Create two and three-dimensional design and composition studies with design elements and principles. You will gain the ability to create two and three-dimensional design and composition studies with design elements and principles.
  • Develop design skills by conceptualizing and representing architectural ideas and making aesthetic judgments about building design.
  • High school students who are accepted as future architecture students,
  • Undergraduate students who are currently studying architecture,
  • Architecture students who need to prepare a portfolio to have master or doctorate programs,
  • Architecture students who wish to create a portfolio for their careers,
  • Anyone with a personal interest in architecture.
  • Project 1:Connection/Relation with the Place

    -Unknown Place
    Lesson 1: As much as possible documentation about the place from internet
    Lesson 2: Understanding the place through these documents
    Lesson 3: Creating abstract perceptions
    Lesson 4: Creating conceptual perceptions
    Lesson 5: Preparing graphics and diagrams about the place
    Lesson 6: Transforming abstract work into concrete work, finding a program for the place
    Lesson 7: Working on plans, sections and model
    Lesson 8: Working on plans, sections and model
    Lesson 9: Working on details in different scales
    Lesson 10: Working on presentation techniques with Adobe programmes
    Lesson 11: Bringing all the works together and organizing them for portfolio
    Lesson 12: Making project ready for portfolio with verbal and visual presentation techniques

    -Known Place
    Lesson 1: Documentation about the place from the internet and also learning through experiences.(if possible visiting the place to understand better and also photographing)  
    Lesson 2: Understanding the place through these documents
    Lesson 3: Creating abstract perceptions
    Lesson 4: Creating conceptual perceptions
    Lesson 5: Preparing graphics and diagrams about the place
    Lesson 6: Transforming abstract work into concrete work, integrate it in the ground
    Lesson 7: Working on plans, sections and model
    Lesson 8: Working on plans, sections and model
    Lesson 9: Working on details in different scales
    Lesson 10: Working on presentation techniques with Adobe programs
    Lesson 11: Bringing all the works together and organizing them for your portfolio
    Lesson 12: Making project ready for a portfolio with verbal and visual presentation techniques

    Project 2: Choose an Architect (mimicking)
    Lesson 1: As much as possible documentation about the architect you choose and also learning through experiences his/her works
    Lesson 2: Understanding the architect through these documents
    Lesson 3: Creating abstract perceptions about his/her works
    Lesson 4: Creating conceptual perceptions about the project
    Lesson 5: Preparing graphics and diagrams about the project
    Lesson 6: Transforming abstract work into concrete work
    Lesson 7: Working on plans, sections and model
    Lesson 8: Working on plans, sections and model
    Lesson 9: Working on details in different scales
    Lesson 10: Working on presentation techniques with Adobe programs
    Lesson 11: Bringing all the works together and organizing them for your portfolio
    Lesson 12: Making project ready for a portfolio with verbal and visual presentation techniques

    Project 3: Designing a Place starting with the idea based on an element (such as the floor, window, door, eave, corridor wall, etc.)
    Lesson 1: Choosing elements according to your interests
    Lesson 2: Understanding these elements with their meanings and examples
    Lesson 3: Creating abstract perceptions
    Lesson 4: Creating conceptual perceptions
    Lesson 5: Preparing graphics and diagrams
    Lesson 6: Transforming abstract work into concrete work
    Lesson 7: Working on plans, sections and model
    Lesson 8: Working on plans, sections and model
    Lesson 9: Working on details in different scales
    Lesson 10: Working on presentation techniques with Adobe programs
    Lesson 11: Bringing all the works together and organizing them for your portfolio
    Lesson 12: Making project ready for a portfolio with verbal and visual presentation techniques

    Project 4: Improve your existing project(this program will be prpared in line with your project).

  • Goals and Objective

    Research of the project type
    Creating conceptual perceptions
    Creating abstract perceptions
    Transforming abstract work into concrete work
    Giving specific criticisms
    Inclusion in the portfolio with verbal and visual presentation techniques

    You have the opportunity to take this course at a beginner, intermediate or advanced level, depending on the result of the placement test you will do after registering on our platform. You can adjust and plan your schedule according to the availability of the instructor.

    For the students to develop their projects, they should also spend their own efforts after the lesson. Therefore, there should be approximately one week between each lesson. One-on-one lessons are scheduled once a week for 12 weeks. Each lesson lasts 2,5 hours in this course.

     

    Strategies

    Self-critique, self-esteem, and discover how to become productive and creative
    Thoughtful experimentation and well-regulated emphasis using picture-taking, sketching, composition, model-making, fitting, mapping, use of materials, critical thinking.

    Understanding;
    Scaling regarding the work, improving the visual experience, and developing operations with the portfolio.
    To perform, judge, and present data to articulate study and design thinking and connection to design progress.
    A series of different strategies to solve restrictions concerning the brief.

    Learning;
    Data collection, analysis, and understanding the examples of history and influences
    Drawing techniques to increase sketch quality (line thickness, colors, materials, shadows, light, etc.)
    Structural systems and other disciplines and how to collaborate with these disciplines during the work process.

    Ability to discuss, visually and verbally, about your investigation, strategies, and the interior environment with logical arguments

    Developing design skills by conceptualizing and representing architectural ideas and making aesthetic judgments about places
    Development of visual awareness and ability to document and analyze observations
    Creating two and three-dimensional design and realistic rendering

     

    Summary Statements

    Finalizing the project with the best ways
    Making a portfolio with the best verbal and visual presentation techniques

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Architectural Project Design Management

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Course Type

One on One Tutoring

Course Duration

12 Lessons, 30 hours

Lesson Duration

Each lesson is 2.5 hours

Start Date

Will be selected from the Tutor's calendar

Skill Levels

Beginner-Intermediate-Advanced

Outcome

Project development, analysis, interpretation and completion

Certificate

Yes

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