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Course Review: Sustainability in Architecture: An Interdisciplinary Introduction

  • Length: 4 Weeks
  • Effort: 3–4 hours per week
  • Price: FREE
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  • Institution: UPValenciaX
  • Subject: Architecture
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Language: English
  • Video Transcript: English
  • Course Type: Self-paced on your time

What you learn:

This course offers an interdisciplinary approach to sustainabilityin Architecture. Learners will be introducedto the basic elements of sustainability assessments (first model layer), as well as trends informing the space today.

The coursework enables students to develop a conceptual neighborhood model for assessing performance and urban policies.

In the first week,participants will learn to develop a conceptual model from the architectural elements of buildings; the basic building block of which will be the performance of materials. The second week explores methods of optimizing performance. Coursework will detail the needs and constraints inherent in selecting materials and neighborhood urban elements (the second model layer for green, blue and grey infrastructure).

In the third week, learners will develop the basic tools for introducing energy and measuring the potential impact on climate change (CO2). A new layer (third) on our neighborhood stainability model, this will be approached from a global perspective. In the fourth and final week, the course will explore techniques for a joint assessment directly connected to policy issues.

Course Review: Sustainability in Architecture: An Interdisciplinary Introduction:

With a relatively brief four week duration and self-pace nature, this course can be a great complete for a householder searching for a venture in the world of sustainability.

With a straightforward three-to-four hours per week time requirement and a certificate upon completion, it’s a great chance to make a change while taking into account an impetus to begin and begin early in the direction of Sustainable architecture!

This experience is not really intended for having just finished or getting ready to graduate students (there really should be a couple of months between the last term or terms of school or work and the course).

This course will not be a replacement for a university diploma or even a Bachelor’s degree in the subject matter but instead a fun way to get somebody motivated and demystify sustainability!

This course will guide you in creating a sustainable neighbourhood through four weeks of free, step-by-step learning.

From models to tools, you’ll discover the principles, methods and how-tos of sustainable architecture to develop your very own sustainable neighbourhood planning model.

Every week you’ll focus on a specific aspect of sustainability in architecture.

Week 1 belongs to Model 1: Architecture – the building block of sustainability.

Week 2 will focus on Model 2 (Purpouse of the neighbourhood site – building materials, layout and measures).

Week 3 will focus on Model 3: On a global level, the climate impact of materials (CO2Emissions).

Week 4 takes Model 4 into consideration (The Neighborhood Site), applying and using the tools you have learned in the previous weeks to design and assess a sustainable neighbourhood.

Every week, you’ll add another brick to the sustainability model, repeating the cycle until you have a complete sustainability structure.

All the material is accessible on our member area. You’ll be able to download all lecture material and follow the course step-by-step. Also, you will be able to ask all the questions you like by real-time messaging.

By the end of the course, we hope that you’ll:

  • Know the tools and techniques of the Sustainable Architect
  • Apply these tools into practice to develop a model for a sustainable neighbourhood
  • Understand the big issues of sustainability in architecture
  • Enjoy learning and getting involved in sustainable architecture

Techniques:

Lectures, TnT sessions (Tutorials/Tasks), Group work, Videos, Interaction

The workshops and tasks are self-paced and after a brief schedule of each, you’ll have a choice of what you need to do in order to complete the workshops and tasks. You can start working on them before the workshop or even before the course starts.

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