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(VSU) "Lyuben Karavelov" - Sofia

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Degree program: Architecture, Curriculum 2014

Course: А-55 Architectural Design 9 – Industrial Buildings 1

Faculty: Department of Urban planning Theory and History of Architecture

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Architect Dimitar Vlasarev -
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Architect Borislava Mancheva-Velkova -
Assistant Prof. Architect Atanas Vasilev -
Assistant Prof. Architect Elena Dineva-Vasileva -

Contact hours: 75h, 0h lectures, 75h seminars

Self-study hours: 75h, 5h tutoring,, 70h practical training

Course projects: 1

Assessment: course project

Year, semester, weekly workload: Year 4, semester 7, seminars 5.0h

ECTS - 5

As part of the course assignment for designing industrial enterprise, a spatial-development project has been required beforehand, as within that spatially developed territory, a suitable place (property) of the designed object will have to be identified and outlined. For this reason, not only assignments on industrial plants are to be presented, but also sketches of spatial projects developed by our students .

In the base course, not only the necessary analyses are to be explored, but also some technical-creative criteria for the design of industrial enterprises shall be considered, like: conflict-free environment of the building development; transportation and engineering infrastructure (networks); functional and technological requirements; variants of planned and structural solutions (single-storey, multi-storey, two-storey buildings and equipment); optimal structure-network design and construction; facade interpretations in openings, flesh (density), color harmony and materials; economic expediency; resilience to natural disasters.


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