Building Construction B

Anja Jonkhans
Architecture, Building Construction
2022S, scientific seminar (SEW), 3.0 ECTS, 2.0 semester hours, course number S01983

Description

The focus is on facade connections of resource-optimized and cycle-compatible design. Prominent architectural examples (both solid and lightweight construction) will be shown in the seminar. Followed by elaboration of details for an actual studio project.

Seminar Building Construction B in the summer semester:

The seminar consists of 3 parts:

1) Lectures

2) A case study on a topic (material, technique and/or specific façade construction) chosen by the student to deepen the understanding of the course content. Ideally, the research will further the student's own studio project. 

3) Demonstrate how the knowledge gained can relate to your own studio project.

This can be done in a team of no more than 2 people or alone. 

The presentation will form the basis for grading in bc b.


For all building construction courses pre-start in the winter semester:

A 3-day "Fundamentals of Structural Engineering" course in early October 2021 (October 5 9 - 11 am and 11:15 am - 1:15 pm, October 6 9 - 11 am), followed by an exam (October 12 9 am - 1 pm).

The course and exam are mandatory for anyone wishing to take Building Construction A, B, or C!

Examination Modalities

Certificates for Building Construction B (S00278) are awarded for successful presentation and documentation of the project.

 

Hand-in for Structural Engineering A/B/C and/or Integration.

Please do not forget to fill in your name, studio, matriculation no., course, drawing scale and very important, the labeling of the different parts / components / layers / materials / material thicknesses ;-) 

 

The presentation should include:

1) Case study - the template can be found at the following link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/7984e94mzyak9dk/Course%20Name_SurnameName_StudioX_XXXXXXX%20Folder.zip?dl=0
A case study research on a topic (material, technique and/or specific façade design) chosen by the student to further the understanding of the course content. Ideally, the research will further the student's own studio project. 

2) Demonstrate how the knowledge gained can relate to your own studio project.

This can be done in a team of no more than 2 people or alone. 

The presentation will form the basis for grading in bc b.

Comments

Examples of student work can be found: https://buildingconstruction.at/seminar/bc-b/

 

Dates

01 March 2022, 10:00–12:00 Site Contruction Visit , "You need to sign in with me in order to take part"
08 March 2022, 10:45–12:15 Seminar Room 4
15 March 2022, 10:45–12:15 Seminar Room 4
22 March 2022, 10:45–12:15 Seminar Room 4
24 March 2022, 18:30–20:00 Distance Learning (details as described) , "the making of rammed earth with MARTIN MACKOWITZ"
29 March 2022, 10:45–12:15 Seminar Room 4
30 March 2022, 19:00–20:30 Distance Learning (details as described) , "the making of parametric brick facade with the guest lecturer ROLAND BONDZIO"
05 April 2022, 10:45–12:15 Seminar Room 4
26 April 2022, 10:45–12:15 Seminar Room 4
03 May 2022, 10:45–12:15 Seminar Room 4
10 May 2022, 10:45–12:15 Seminar Room 4
17 May 2022, 10:45–12:15 Seminar Room 4
24 May 2022, 10:45–12:15 Seminar Room 4

Course Enrolment

From 06 October 2021, 09:00 to 15 March 2022, 12:00
Via online registration

co-registration: possible

Architecture (Master): Expertise: Architectural Science: Building Construction

Individual courses: possible