The process of creating a well-made structure entails a great deal more than just propping up four walls. Knowledge of architecture is needed in order to ensure that buildings meet predetermined desires and legal guidelines.
OBJECTIVES: To show the most important buildings of brazilian architecture
Brazilian Architecture - Structural Analysis of Distinguished Buildings
To show the most important buildings of brazilian architecture
To show Brazilian Culture in the most diverse forms, stimulating the student to search for more knowledge about our culture
To make a structural Analysis of the buildings that will be studied, understanding how the buildings were constructed.
To provide a extra-class experience with the students, through a visit to the city of Brasilia.
To demonstrate the beauty and the power of Brazilian architecture showing the richness of this part of Brazilian culture in the Region.
Brazilian History. History of Brazilian Architecture. The most important cities, great Brazilian Architects. The most important buildings in the Brazilian Architecture.
Structural elements: columns, beams and slabs. Concrete. Pre-Stressed concrete. Special concretes.
Brasília – Cathedral, National Congress Building “Palácio do Planalto” (Oscar Niemayer).
Buildings Of Paulo Mendes da Rocha
Oriented visit to Brasilia – the most important buildings.
Lead the student to the design of spaces where the interaction between light and material drives the design process and construction of the project. Light will be the str
Lead the student to the design of spaces where the interaction between light and material drives the design process and construction of the project. Light will be the structuring element of the rhythm, the space system and the atmosphere of the spaces.
The course is aimed at those who are seeking to stand out as space designers: architects, designers, lighting designers, set designers, from a more educated look to light and a consistent creative process. The selection process includes portfolio review.
How is it?
In coherence with the MADEIN methodology, the course develops from a phenomenological approach, focused on processes of thought and creation that allow the learning of space design rooted in human and sensorial aspects....