Bachelor of Architectural Design

The University of Adelaide
En Adelaide (Australia)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Adelaide (Australia)
  • Cuándo:
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3 years

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University Of Adelaide Thebarton Campus 3/49 Holland Street, SA 5005, South Australia, Australia
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Programa académico

The multi-disciplinary core courses in the Bachelor of Architectural Design foster intellectual development, critical thinking and creative action.
The program is intended as a framework within which to develop these skills for those individuals who have an interest in the environment and design and who wish to enhance buildings and human modified places with creative environmental design solutions.
The majority of the teaching activities are based around the design studios, where topics are developed and discussed with studio leaders.
  These studio sessions are supplemented by courses in various other topics such as representation, construction, environment and history and theory.
Representation introduces students to the latest computer and hand based drawing techniques.
Construction uses specialist equipment for modelling and experimentation and the Environment course includes issues of ecology.
History and theory engages with the traditions of the discipline to consider frameworks for contemporary design.
Students can also apply for entry to an additional Honours year.
Academic Program Rules The Calendar is a comprehensive handbook of the University's academic program rules.
Bachelor of Design Studies Areas of Specialisation   Example Study Plan Indicative study plan Year level 1 Core Courses DESST 1503: Design Studio IDESST 1505: History Theory IDESST 1504: Representation IDESST 1506: Design Studio IIDESST 1507: Construction IDESST 1508: Environment I Year level 2 Core Courses DESST 2516: Design Studio IIIDESST 2517: Environment IIDESST 2518: Construction IIDESST 2519: Design Studio IVDESST 2520: Representation IIDESST 2521: History Theory II Year level 3 Core Courses DESST 3513: Design Studio VDESST 3514: Construction IIIDESST 3515: Representation IIIDESST 3516: Design Studio VIDESST 3517: Environment IIIDESST 3518: History Theory III NOTE: Current students should refer to this link for study plans and enrolment details.
Credit transfer & Portfolio requirementsA submission of a Portfolio, academic transcript and list of course syllabus are required for applicants who wish to seek credit transfer for studies completed at a Tertiary Institution, ie TAFE SA, other Universities to count towards the Bachelor of Architectural Design.
The portfolio shall be printed on A3 in hardcopy or submitted in electronic form.
All CAD drawing files are to be supplied as PDFs in a single document not exceeding 100MB.
Consider the legibility and hierarchy of  your images and text.
The portfolio is used to assess design skills and knowledge and should demonstrate familiarity with a range of design processes and media.
Representation media should ideally include, but are not limited to: Adobe Photoshop, In-Design, Illustrator, AutoCAD, Revit and other 3D packages, as well as hand drawing, sketching, painting, collage, model-making and photography of models.
  In addition to final rendered images, include information on the process of design development and construction documentation if any.
The folio may include material developed with others in an office/practice situation where this is clearly referenced and the applicant’s contribution explained.