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Theory of Architecture I

Theory of Architecture I

The discipline articulates the principal themes in the theoretical debate on architecture as cultural phenomenon. Space in field conditions, boundaries in architecture space, functions and semantics in architecture language, orders in space, methods of architecture design, and poetics of architecture as expressive system, are some of the principal subjects of analytical discourse, critical articulation and assessment in the course.

The program formats the abilities of the students to critically judge the architecture phenomena in their different contexts and to put their own works in relation to the universalities of architecture culture.