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Papers published in journal
Developing students' spatial skills and teaching the history of architecture through structural drawingPublication
The method of “structural drawing" is used in teaching history of architecture in the Architectural Faculty of Gdańsk University of Technology. It is addressed to students of the first semester of study – so to the architectural beginners. There are three main goals of the structural drawing method used in that educational course: (1) developing the students’ spatial skills; (2) training architectural drawing ability; (3) teaching...
Contemporary virtual reality (VR) technology allows the recreation of non-existent architectural objects of which there may be no trace remaining. Virtual reality applications allow access to digital models, which visualise the lost architecture. The popularity of VR has resulted in it being applied not only to computer games, but also in visualising the past. Maps allow movement through historical trails and 3D models of architecture...
Enriching architectural education with digital tools is the subject of this article. Such tools can create, support and visualise architecture. The focus in this article is on an interdisciplinary approach to media architecture (allowing variable visual content of architectural objects) and interactivity (user-space communication), revealing new possibilities in terms of human perception. The results of a survey on media architecture...
Bridging theory and practice in postgraduate education on development and planning: Gdynia Urban Summer Schools 2016-2018Publication
In this article, the authors discuss results achieved by the Gdynia Urban Summer School (GUSS) organised annually (between 2016 and 2018) in Gdynia, Poland. The GUSS was meant for young practitioners from various professions such as urban and regional planning, urban design, architecture, civil engineering and transport planning. The objective was to give workshop participantspractical interdisciplinary...
Creating a well-lit environment requires the understanding of daylight and electric lighting design principles within the built environment. Recent years have brought a large number of new lighting assessment and design methods. The discovery of new photoreceptor cells in the eye - photosensitive retinal ganglion cells - forced lighting researchers to focus on parametrisation for the image forming (IF) and non-image forming (NIF)...
Educators dealing with architectural education must anticipate the changes in the discipline and act to prepare students to face the challenges of the future. Therefore, it is necessary to provide them with state-of-the-art knowledge and relevant skills. To achieve that for new design techniques requires education. One new technique is parametric design, which has become one of the commonly used tools in architectural design practice....
Robotics rapidly is becoming an important part of architectural design at all stages, from early conceptual work to construction. In this article is presented the present state of the art in the field related to architectural education, from computer numerical control (CNC) milling tools, through drones to multi-axis robotic arms. Professionals involved in modern design techniques often use them to create precise, complex forms...
The aim of the article is to show the interdependencies between theory and practice based on the example of the student competitions at the Faculty of Architecture at the Gdańsk University of Technology. These competitions, on the one hand, broaden the spectrum of issues related to design and, on the other hand, contribute to the better recognition of problems related to tasks to be solved. Both the teaching and applicational aspects...
The aim of this article is both to present the need for changes in architectural and conservation education in a modern, rapidly changing world, as well as to outline solutions to this problem. In the modern world, the field of objects that one intends to protect is expanding. It is necessary to adapt the architectural education to these changes. Due to the current pace of social, political...
The article is an attempt to show how important it is in the contemporary education of architecture students to use an ordered repertoire of principles and concepts of a universal nature, at the same time, pointing to the new directions of solutions and answers to the problems of the 21st century. This task is implemented by the French Association L'Arturbain dans les Territoires. It is accompanied by an idea consisting in observing...
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