Salembier Chloé; Wilbaux Quentin;
Regional and urban issues (urban areas, housing estates, river banks, eco-areas etc.) through a site study
Approaches which combine theoretical elements and empirical procedures (site visits, records, meetings, surveys, interviews, installations etc.) designed to highlight the issue in context
Scenarios for project and architectural intervention in response to the opportunities and constraints identified in empirical work
Experience in negotiation, communication and validation of production with different players, external to the university
The contribution of this Teaching Unit to the development and
command of the skills and learning outcomes of the programme(s) can be
accessed at the end of this sheet, in the section entitled
“Programmes/courses offering this Teaching Unit”.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
Specific learning outcomes:
By the end of the course, students will be able to
explore and examine more deeply the social and anthropological dimensions of spatial organisations as well as the spatial dimensions of social and anthropological organisations.
study architecture as an intervention which structures and configures the inhabited environment at the level of collective life.
understand this environment through ¿surveys¿ : description of spatial arrangements, meetings with the inhabitants and those actively involved on the site being studied, description of culture and practice, cartography etc.
design scenarios which reveal the potential and the fragile characteristics of this environment facing contemporary challenges.
find references which, by analogy, open the way for other interpretations of the context.
produce knowledge and play an active part in their own learning.
identify the basic elements of a hypothesis or a proposal in order to express and communicate them.
Contribution to the learning outcomes reference network:
Make use of other subjects
Make strategic use of other subjects to put into question the design and implementation of an architectural project
Express an architectural procedure
Test and use relevant means of communication in relation to the intended audience and the target objectives
Make committed choices
Develop awareness of the political meaning of the work of an architect and his/her responsibility towards society