Course responsible:Tove Judith Næverdal
Campus / Online:Taught campus Ås
Limits of class size:Minimum 15. Max 28
Nominal workload:125 hours.
Teaching and exam period:Spring parallel.
About this course
Learning outcome: Knowledge goals: The student should be able to describe the volume and spatial relationships in 2D and 3D drawing. Knowledge of perspective, axonometric drawings, plandrawing. Basic principles of composition, proportion, spatial understanding. The course gives basic knowledge of materials, tools and techniques. After the course, the student will have basic knowledge of abstraction and through abstraction processes be able to reveal characteristic features.
General competence: This course will develop aesthetic sense and critical thinking and enhance the students ability to discuss and choose on aesthetic issues. The course focus is on creative problem solving and to develop and stimulate creative thinking.
- After the course the student should be able to use appropriate working techniques with drawing, shapes and color as a method. The course aims to develop good visual readability in drawing and spatiality using colors through practical exercises. The course aims to strengthen the students abilities to solve problems creatively and with a personal expression. The student should be able to use the knowledge gained from this course to enhance analytical problem solving performance in further studies (LAA, Ling, Byreg etc).
Students will have weekly supervision and guidance both individually and within groups and lectures.
Teaching methods: There is an emphasis on practical drawing, shape and color exercises with support and guidance from staff. Thematic tasks are given by staff and students will be asked to complete within a given time scale. The students will be encouraged to work self sufficiently and further develop ideas within the themes
- Laft 210 is reserved for students of the landskcapearchitect study. Basic competence in the field of drawing, form and color.
- A basic competance in the field of drawing, form and colour.
- Portfolio evaluation. Plenary dicussions of material in the studio
- There will be an internal censorship of the examination. An external sensor will evaluate the content and structure of the course and participate in the final student crit.
- Obligatory attendance
- The course is offered in Norwegian, but can be adapted for guest students in English.
- 12 hours lectures. 84 hours practice/tasks with individual guidance. 54 hours practice indipendantly. Obligatory study trip. 80% participation in lectures and studio practice.
- Passed / Not Passed
- Minimum requirements for entrance to higher education in Norway (generell studiekompetanse)