Course Syllaby

COURSE SYLLABUS

 

  1. Identity of Course

Name of Course: Mathematics

Code of Course: 51212103

Group of Course: MPK/MKK/MKB/MPB/MBB

Type of Course: Compulsory

Credits:    2 credits

Semester:    3rd

Pre-requisite:   –

Co-requisite :   –

Group of Course: Liberal Arts

 

  1. Course Description

This course gives students ability to be able to determine and draw equation, circle, oval, and hyperbola either for 2D or 3D space. In addition, students will be able to calculate wide and volume of geometry.

 

  1. Standards Competency

NO SPC

SPC KAAB

SPC

Description

19

Principles of Building Structural Engineering

Understanding of the basic theories and principles of force and building structure.

 

  1. Basic Competency

 

  1. Students understand course’s highlights, references, learning strategy, and assessment system

  2. To make students comprehend the concept of equation

  3. To make the students comprehend the concept of graphic drawing

  4. To make the students comprehend the concept of conic drawing

  5. To make the students comprehend the concept of conic drawing

  6. To make the students comprehend the concept of conic drawing

  7. To make the students comprehend polar coordinates system

  8. To make the students comprehend polar equation

  9. Thus students comprehend the concept of spatial geometry

  10. To make the students comprehend the concept of spatial geometry

  11. To make the students comprehend the concept of spatial geometry

  12. To make the students comprehend the concept of geometry

  13. To make the students comprehend the concept of geometry

  14. To make the students comprehend Mathematics course as a whole

 

  1. Course Highlight

Learning Contract:

  1. Highlighted materials

  2. Reference

  3. Learning strategy

  4. Assessment system

Equation

  1. Cartesian Coordinate

  2. Straight lines

  3. Parallel lines

  4. Transversal lines

Equation graphic

  1. Procedures of drawing graphics

  2. Graphic symmetry

Conic

  1. Circle

  2. Parabola

Conic

  1. Parabola

  2. Oval

Conic

  1. Oval

  2. Hyperbola

Polar Coordinates

Relation between Cartesian coordinates and polar coordinates

Polar equation

Conic geometry  

  1. Cartesian coordinates in three-dimensional space

  2. Surface in three-dimensional space

Geometry in space

  1. Ellipsoid

  2. One layered hyperboloid

Geometry in space

  1. Two layered hyperboloid

  2. Oval parabolic

Geometry

  1. Volume

  2. Wide

 

  1. References

 

Purcel, E.J. & Varberg, D, 1992,

Kalkulus dan Geometri Analitis, Jilid 2, Penerbit Erlangga, Jakarta, hal 62-73.

COURSE SYLLABUS

  1. Course Identity

Name of Course : Introduction to Architecture

Code of Course: 51212106

Group of Course: Scientific and Skill Course (MKK)

Type of Course: Compulsory

Credit: 2

Semester : 1

Prerequisite : –

Co-requisite:

Group of Course: Liberal Arts

 

  1. Course Description

 

This course teaches students about how Architecture is defined. It can be seen between the connection of human and Architecture, which includes, psychological, social experience, philosophical and physical aesthetic. Besides, it also sees human as the creator of Architecture, which refers to formation of Architect as a job in traditional and industry society production system.  This is also considering that human is an Architecture-observant, which refers to the development of Architecture as a study with sub-study which includes history, theory and design method. In general, it prepares student to be in Architecture education way to comprehend their future as an Architect, which will contribute on environmental building.  

 

  1. Standards of Competency

No SPC

SPC KAAB

SPC

Description

3

Architecture, Science, Technology, and Fine Art

Understanding the relationship among architecture, science, technology, and fine art.

6

Architecture and Society

Understanding the relationship and mutual influence of history, society,

region and policy.

7

Human behaviour

Understanding theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior.

8

Sustainable City and Architecture

Understanding the sustainability of city and architecture.

  1. Basic Competency

  1. Student comprehends the relation between human and Architecture in the occasion of deciding architecture as the domain study.

  2. Student comprehends multi-elements which consist of architecture and building.

  3. Student comprehends the general process of architectural design and construction..

  4. Student comprehends the role of architect in society and realizes their influence on forming built environmental

  5. Student comprehends profession in architect field and relation between them and they have to be aware about leadership skill in order to manage it.

  1. Course Highlight

  1. Introduction to Architecture

  2. Experiencing Architecture: Architecture basic element

  3. Experience Architecture: Architecture modified element

  4. Experience Architecture: Multi-function element

  5. Creating Architecture: Various type of Architecture profession

  6. Creating Architecture: Elite tradition and vernacular

  7. Creating Architecture: design process

  8. Creating Architecture: construction process

  9. Creating Architecture: Architect standard of Competence

  10. Observing Architecture: History of Architecture

  11. Observing Architecture : Theory of Architecture

  12. Observing Architecture: Design Method

  1. References

Ching, Francis, D.K. (1991). Arsitektur: Bentuk, Ruang, dan Susunannya, Erlangga, Jakarta

Habraken, N.J. (2000). The Structure of the Ordinary: Form and Control in the Built Environment, Cambridge: The MIT Press

Krier, Rob (1988). Architectural Composition, Academy Edition, London

Santosa, Revianto Budi, et al (2006). Komposisi Arsitektur, Laboratorium Perancangan Arsitektur, Universitas Islam Indonesia

Unwin, Simon (1997). Analysing Architecture, Routledge, London

 

 

COURSE SYLLABUS

 

  1. Course Identity

Name of course : Architectural Design Studio 1

Code of course : 51213104

Group of course: MPK/MKK/MKB/MPB/MBB

Type of course: Compulsory / Elective

Credit:   4

Semester :   1

Prerequisite : –

Co-requisite: –

Group of Course: Design

 

  1. Course Description

Architectural Design Studio 1 is a compulsory course which is taught as an introductory to new students about principles of Architecture Design which will become ground for development of design ability in the next Architectural Design Studio.

This course emphasizes on architecture principle as an aesthetical composition and architectonic which is strengthen by inspiration from art work and nature.

 

 

  1. Standard of Competency

NO SPC

SPC KAAB

SPC

Description

02

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various

03

Architecture, Science, Technology, and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology, and fine art.

09

Form and Spatial Organization

Understanding of the basic principles of 2D and 3D forms and design, architectural composition and ability to apply these principles to design a building.

 

  1. Basic Competency

      1. Students familiar with principle of architecture design as spatial art and three-dimensional composition.

      2. Students comprehend on how to design spatial composition based on monochrome and polychrome which refers to observation towards nature and art works.

      3. Students comprehend on how to design spatial composition with basic concept “dot” which refers to observation towards nature and art works.

      4. Students comprehend on how to design spatial composition with basic concept “line” which refers to observation towards nature and art works

      5. Students comprehend on how to design spatial composition with basic concept “area” which refers to observation towards nature and art works

      6. Students comprehend on how to design spatial composition with basic concept “spatial” which refers to observation towards nature and art works

      7. Students able to present process and result of design through sketch, narration, and three dimensional physical models.

 

  1. Course Highlight

  1. Principle of Architecture design as spatial art and three dimensional compositions.

  2. Spatial composition which is based on observation towards nature and art works.

  3. Spatial composition based on monochrome and polychrome

  4. Spatial composition based on concept of “dot”  

  5. Spatial composition based on concept of “ “line”  

  6. Spatial composition based on concept of “ “area”  

  7. Spatial composition based on concept of “ “spatial”  

  8. Architecture representation: sketch, narration and three dimensional physical models.

 

  1. References

Alexander, Christopher , 2005. The Phenomenon of Life: Nature of Order, Book 1: An Essay on the Art of Building and the Nature of the Universe Berkeley: Center for Environmnetal Structure.

Farrelly, Lorraine , 2007. The Fundamentals of Architecture. Lausanne:AVA Publishing

Farrelly, Lorraine , 2008. Basics Architecture: Representational Technics, Lausanne:AVA Publishing

Ullman, Franziska , 2011. Basics Architecture: Architecture and Dynamics. Vienna: Springer-Verlag

Hodge, A.N. , 2007. The History of Arts: Painting from Giotto to the Present Day. London: Arcturus.

Burckhardt, 2009. Titus Art of Islam: Language and Meaning. Bloomington: World Wisdom

COURSE SYLLABUS

  1. Identity of Course

Name of Course: Architectural Drawing

Code of Course: 51213105

Group of Course: MPK/MKK/MKB/MPB/MBB

Type of Course: Compulsory

Credits: 4 credits

Semester: 6th

Pre-requisite: –

Co-requisite: –

Group of Course: Design

 

  1. Course Description

Architecture Drawing is a basic expertise course given to freshmen students with 4 credits. It is a compulsory course with no pre-requisite course.

This course has an aim to train students’ basic skill in drawing and presenting architectural graphic by using various media and product. Learning objectives of this course are:


1. Basic shapes, covering elements of dot, line, texture, color, and shading;

  1. Orthogonal Projection, covering cross section (floor plan and section), and elevation

  2. Paraline drawings, covering axonometric projection;

  3. Perceptual drawings, covering perspective;

  4. Principles of graphic composition, covering proportion, scale, balance.

To support this course, it needs:

1) Architectural Sketch Module;

2) APREB Module;

3) drawing drafting module; which are used as exercise for students to enrich and strengthen their basic skill of drawing.

As a development of the similar course in 2008 curriculum, this Architecture Drawing course is completed by combining Bauhaus’ basics of architectural education especially in basic skill of drawing and introducing artistic expression concept in aesthetic fine arts, thus students will grow sensitivity towards material, color, spacial, and composition which are important in developing students’ basics of architecture planning.

 

  1. Standards Competency

    1. SPC KAAB

  • NO

  • SPC KAAB

  • Description

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various

3

Architecture, Science, Technology, and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology, and fine art.

 

  1. Basic Competency

 

Artistic expression

Study of Material

Study of Color

Study of Space

Study of Composition

BASIC FORM

v

v

v

v

v

TECHNICAL LOGIC (3D OBJECT)

v

v

v

v

v

ARCHITECTURAL TECHNIC LOGIC

(ORTHOGONAL PROJECTION & PARALINE)

v

v

v

v

v

ARCHITECTURAL PERSPECTIVE (PERSPECTIVE)

v

v

v

v

v

  1. Course Highlight

  • Lines, hatch, texture,

  • Color, color effects

  • Orthogonal projection,

  • Paraline : Axonometric (Isometric, Dimetric, Trimetric), Cavalieri, Oblique, Cabinet

  • Perspectives.

 

  1. References

Architectural Graphics by Francis DK Ching.

Architectural Drawing by David Dernie

Spence, W. P. (1993). Architectural working drawings, NJ: Prentice Hall

COURSE SYLLABUS

  1. Identity of Course

Name of Course: Building Material and Construction

Code of Course: 51213107

Group of Course: MDK / MKB / MPB / MKP / MPP

Type of Course: Compulsory

Credits: 4 credits

Semester : 1st

Pre-requisite:  –

Co-requisite :  –

Group of Course: Construction

 

  1. Course Description

Building Material and Construction is a basic course about building material, construction, and stucture system in building. This course is offered in the 1st semester with 4 credits. This course discuss basic knowledge about local building material which are commonly used, covering discussion about process, standard and characteristic of building material, also material application as the basis of construction in structure system and building envelop. This course has objective to equip students to have initial knowledge to be able to design simple building based of building material and construction choice.

Building Material and Construction has strategic position in curriculum as basic knowledge in science and it is in accordance with vision and mission, it also becomes one of objectives of Department of Architecture UII which puts sustainable architecture with local wisdom. In addition, this course supports in achieving Student Performance Criteria KAAB No. 25 (Building materials and Recycling), 15 (Integration of Building Systems in Design) and 2 (Various means of expression).

 

  1. Standards Competency

SPC KAAB

Standards Competency

No

SPC

Description

25

Building Materials and Recycling

Understanding of the manufacturing process and application of building materials based on basic knowledge on characteristics of materials, traditional way of usage, material standards; as well as recyclability, maleficience; and other control measure of building materials

Students comprehend types and characteristics of local building material, production method, and material application in cornerstone, stands, and shade as architectural and structure component or building unity.

15

Integration of Building Systems in Design

Understanding of building system and ist constituent elements such as building structure, building enevlope, composition of building mechanical and electrical service and other building components, and the ability to integrate them into his/her design.

Students comprehend principles of envelop components construction and system of simple structure based on its building constituents.

2

Various means of expression  

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing and digital drawing.

Students have ability to explain method of material arrangement as united building component through model, sketch, and drawing.

 

  1. Basic Competency

 

Basic Competency

SPC Number

1

Students are able to explain role of building material and construction in architecture design as a component of a building or as a whole.

15

2

Students are able to explain characteristic of material, production method, standard of various types of building material, especial local building material.

25

3

Students are able to explain the application of various types of building material, especially the local ones, as component of cornerstone, stands, and shade which act as system of a structure of building envelope.

25, 15

4

Students are able to describe construction technics (arranging method) of building material in cornerstone, stands, and shade as either structural system or building envelope in a simple building.

2, 25, 15

 

  1. Course Highlight

Topic

Theme

SPC KAAB 2013

Building material and architecture

  • Types of building material

  • Anatomy and component of a building

  • Building material as formation of structural element and building envelope.

15

Stone Building Material (natural and artificial)

  • Types and characteristic of stones

  • Construction of natural stone (masonry) and natural stone (concrete)

  • Application of  masonry and concrete in structure component and building envelope

  • Masonry method for structure component and building envelope.

25, 2

Steel Building Material

  • Characteristic of steel

  • Steel application in structure component and building envelope

  • Methods of arranging steel material for structure component and building envelope.

25, 2

Wooden Building Material

  • Characteristic of wood

  • Wooden and bamboo application in structure component and building envelope

  • Methods of arranging wooden material for structure component and building envelope

25, 2

Bamboo Building Material

  • Characteristic of bamboo

  • Bamboo application in structure component and building envelope

  • Methods of arranging bamboo material for structure component and building envelope

25, 2

Non Structural Material

  • Kinds and characteristics of non-structural material (glass, gypsum, zincalume, aluminum)

  • Application and construction in building envelope component

25, 2

Simple Building structure and construction

  • Building anatomy: cornerstone, stands, and shade

  • Building component: Structural and non-structural

  • Introduction to technical drawing of a building: floor plan, elevation, cross section, planning, details of a construction

25, 15, 2

Shade Construction (Roof and Ceiling)

  • Shape and material of shade (roof)

  • Structure and construction of roof

  • Types and material of ceiling

  • Ceiling construction

25, 15, 2

Stands Construction (Column, Wall, Aperture)

  • Shape, material, and construction of stands construction (column, wall, aperture)

25, 15, 2

Cornerstone Construction (Foundation and Floor)

  • Shape, material, and construction of cornerstone (foundation and floor)

25, 15, 2

  1. References

  1. Schodek, Daniel L, “Struktur”, Edisi Kedua, Alih bahasa: Ir. Bambang Suryoatmono; Editor: Djadja Sibagdja, Erlangga, Jakarta, 1999, Bab. 1

  2. Frick, Heinz, “Sistem Bentuk Struktur Bangunan: Dasar-dasar konstruksi dalam Arsitektur”, Kanisius Yogyakarta 1998

  3. Frick, Heinz, “Ilmu Bahan Bangunan“, Kanisius, Yogyakarta, 1999

  4. Frick, Heinz, “Ilmu Konstruksi Bangunan Kayu“, Kanisius, Yogyakarta, 2004

  5. Frick, Heinz, “Ilmu Konstruksi Struktur Bangunan: Cara Membangun Kerangka Gedung Ilmu Konstruksi Bangunan 1”, Kanisius Yogyakarta 2001

  6. Edward Allen, „ Dasar-dasar Konstruksi Bangunan : Bahan-bahan dan Metodenya“, Edisi Ketiga, Jilid 1, Erlangga, Jakarta, 2005

  7. Frick, Heinz, “Ilmu Konstuksi Bangunan Bambu”, Soegijapranata Univ. Press, Kanisius, Yogyakarta, 2004

  8. Ramos Panondang Pasaribu, “Pengenalan Dasar Teknologi Arsitektur”, Universitas Tarumanegara UPT Penerbitan, Jakarta, 2004

  9. Julistiono, ”Menggambar Struktur Bangunan”, PT Grasindo,  Jakarta,  2003

  10. Setyo Setyadi, “Anatomi Denah”, Djambatan Jakarta, 1986

  11. Setyo Setyadi, “Anatomi Potongan”, Djambatan Jakarta, 1986

  12. Setyo Setyadi, “Anatomi Struktur”, Djambatan Jakarta, 1986

  13. Ching, Francis D.K, and Adams, Cassandra, “Building Construction

              Illustrated”, Third Edition, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 2001

  1. Allan Blanc, Michael Mc Evoy, Roger Plank, Ed., “Architecture and construction in Steel”, E & FN Spon, London, 1993

  2. Klaus Dunkelberg, “Bamboo as Building Material : Building with Vegetable Rods, IL31 Bamboo”, Institut fuer leichte Flaechentargwerke, Suttgart, 1985

  3. Bathia, Gautam, 1991, Laurie Baker : Life, Work, Writings, Viking/Hudco India

COURSE SYLLABUS

  1. Identity of Course

Name of Course: Aqidah

Code of Course:

Group of Course: Character Building Material (MPK)

Type of Course: Elective

Credits:  2 credits

Semester: 1st (odd)

Pre-requisite:

Co-requisite :

Group of Course: Liberal Arts

 

  1. Course Description

Principles of Islam, is 2 credits University Course [local curriculum] given on the odd semester to the students of Architecture Department, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning.  This course will explain aqidah, its relation to multi-culturalism happening in daily life along with its (iman) firm application (SPC KAAB No.  27) and also this material will give understanding of problem solving related to problems in aqidah and thought occurring and spreading in society (SPC KAAB No. 27)

The initiative idea of this course as specific course in UII is based on UII statute on mukaddimah: in order to nurture leader who is able to reflect Islamic principles as modern principles which bring mercy—rakhmat—to all nation and human race. On Chapter II, article 7, it is confirmed that UII has objective: paragraph [1]:  nurturing experts and Moslem scholar who is devoted, noble, skilled, charitable knowledge and knowledgeable charity—berilmu amalia dan beramal ilmia—and paragraph [3]:  taking part in developing society and Republic of Indonesia to be equitable and prosperous according to Pancasila, UUD 1945 which are blessed by Allah SWT.

 

  1. Competency and Achievement Indicators

       1.  Basic Competency

To make students critically understand aqidah and solves of problems in architecture related to aqidah.  

2.  Achievement Indicators

After finishing the course:

  1. Students are able to (a) correctly formulate the definition of aqidah; (b) correctly explain the right aqidah.

  2. Students are able to clearly and rightly explain the importance of aqidah.

  3. Students are able to rightly explain about the scope of aqidah and its effect in daily lives.

  4. Students are able to correctly explain the difference among aqidah, iman, and ihsan.

  5. Students are able to correctly explain the difference (ikhtilaf) in understanding problems related to aqidah.

 

  1. Course Highlight

 

No

Meeting

Topic and Subtopic

1

First

  • Learning Contract :

  • MAP Concept

  • Learning Objective,

  • Highlighted materials

  • Reference, Learning Strategy,  

  • Assessment system

2

Second

        • Several definitions and opinions about Aqidah and its relation with Akhlaq. (SPC KAAB No. 27)

3

Third

  • Human nature

  • Definition of human

  • Origin of human

  • The need of believing in God

4

Fourth

Allah as Khaliq and human as makhluq:

  • Creator, regulator, keeper of the universe

  • Definition, origin, types, nature and position of makhluq

5

Fifth

  • Human and Religion

  • Definition and classification of religion

  • Humans need in believing in God

  • Benefits of believing in God

6

Sixth

  • Islam Definition, source, aspect, characteristic of Islamic teaching

7

Seventh

  • Aqidah Problematics in Society

  • Kinds of aqidah problems

  • Developing Aqidah

8

Eighth

Mid Exam

Assessment type: essay

9

Ninth

  • Faith to Allah SWT Definition of faith, postulate and proof of Allah existence, character and what Allah does, benefit and wisdom from having faith to Allah in character building and self-piety. (SPC KAAB No. 27)

10

Tenth

  • Faith to the Angels: Definition of having faith to the Angels, types and duty of the Angels, wisdom from having faith to the Angels, also benefit and wisdom from faith in character building and self-piety. (SPC KAAB No. 27)

11

Eleventh

  • Faith to the Prophets: Definition of having faith to the Prophets, types and duty, wisdom from having faith to the Prophets  (SPC KAAB No. 27)

12

Twelveth

  • Faith to Allah’s holly books Definition of having faith to the holly books, types and function of Allah’s holly books, wisdom from having faith (SPC KAAB No. 27)

13

Thirteenth

  • Having faith to the Doomsday, definition of having faith to the Doomsday, types and position of the Doomsday in human life, wisdom from having faith to the Doomsday in relation with the construction of individual and social piety. (SPC KAAB No. 27)

14

Fourteenth

  • Faith to Qadla and Qadar (fate): Definition of having faith to Qadla and Qadar; position of Qadla and Qadar in human life; wisdom from having faith (SPC KAAB No. 27)

15

Fifteenth

  • Closing; Material review (SPC KAAB No.  27)

16

Sixteenth

  • Final Exam. Assessment type: analysis

  1. References

 

References:

1.

Mubarok, Zaky (et.al). 2003. Akidah Islam (ZM)

2.

Shabir, Muslich. 1983. Aqidah Islam Menurut Ibnu Taimiyah (MS)

3.

Ilyas, Yunahar. 1995.Kuliah Aqidah Islam (YI)

4.

Basyir, Ahmad Azhar. 2002. Beragama secara Dewasa ( Aqidah Islam )

5.

Razak, Nasrudin. 1993. Dienul Islam

6

Syeikh Utsaimin, Kitabut Tauhid,

7

Muhaimin dkk.,, (2005), Kawasan dan Wawasan Studi Dasar Islam.Prenada Media, Jakarta

8

Muhammad Abduh, Risalatut Tauhid, Mesir : Darul Manaar, 1373 H

9

Ibnu Taimiyyah, Al-`Aqidah Wasatiyyah, Beirut : Darul Al-`Arabiyyah.

.

COURSE SYLLABUS

  1. Identity of Course

Name of Course: English  

Code of Course: 51221102

Group of Course: MPK/MKK/MKB/MPB/MBB

Type of Course: Compulsory

Credits: 2 credits

Semester: 1

Pre-requisite: –

Co-requisite: –

Group of Course: Communication

 

  1. Course Description

English course for Architecture is a university course (local curriculum) which is given in odd semester in Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering and Planning, Universitas Islam Indonesia with 2 credits. This course invites students to realize the role of English usage in Architecture. Students are presented the ideas in Architecture using English to make them easier in understanding what Architects do, to train them in using English in real work place, and to make them comprehend the vocabularies related to Architecture.

Students are expected to be able to communicate their ideas in Architectures by effectively using both spoken and written English and in appropriate levels. Students are able to give effective oral presentation, write business letters, and passively communicate (reading and listening)

 

  1. Standards Competency

SPC KAAB

NO

SPC KAAB

Description

1

Oral and Literal Communication

Ability to communicate architectural ideas in writing and speech, and the ability to communicate in a foreign language

 

  1. Basic Competency

  1. Students are able to comprehend career skills & knowledge, language skills and language knowledge related to Architecture.

  2. Students comprehend key terms used in skyscrapers construction.

  3. Students are able to explain safety signs & give safety advice.

  4. Students comprehend how to put stress on long words.

  5. Students comprehend key terms for working in Architecture.

  6. Students explain career opportunity

  7. Students write CV

  8. Students comprehend key terms for working in bridge construction.

  9. Students use the passive voice in technical explanation.

  10. Students evaluate the best solution for a problem.

  11. Students transfer information from text to diagram.

  12. Students comprehend how to explain obligation & necessity.

  13. Students take conclusion after reading.

  14. Students completely transfer the information taken from text to flow-chart.

  15. Students give question and answer politely.

  16. Students comprehend several phrases using make, do, have, and take.

  17. Students talk about future.

  18. Students understand how to get prepared for job interview.

  19. Students comprehend how to write cover letter.

  20. Students have good ability in reading and listening all of texts in this course.

 

  1. Course Highlight

  1. Introduction

  2. High living : Skyscrapers I

  3. High living : Skyscrapers I

  4. Careers in Architecture I

  5. Careers in Architecture II

  6. Bridges &Tunnels I

  7. Bridges &Tunnels II

  8. Future Home I

  9. Future Home II

  10. Household technology I

  11. Household technology II

  12. Career development I

  13. Career development II

  1. References

Ambrose, Gavin, Paul Harris and Sally Stone. 2008. The Visual Dictionary of Architecture. Swizerland: AVA Publising SA

Carey, John A. 2002.Business Letters for Busy People. USA: National Press Publications

Chudley, Roy and Roger Greeno. 2006. Building Construction Handbook.6th ed. Great Briatain: MPG Books Ltd, Cornwall

Glendinning, Eric H. 2008. Oxford English for Carees Technology 1, Student Book. Oxford: Oxford university press.

Glendining, Eric H. And Alison Pohl. 2008. Oxford English for Careers Technology 2, student book. Oxford: Oxford university press

Moss, James, Clayton Lee and Peter Atkinson. 2007. Presenting for Success. Businessenglishpod.com: Business English Ltd.

 

2nd Semester Compulsory

COURSE SYLLABUS

  1. Course Identity

Name of Course : Thermal Environmental Control

Code of Course: 51212206

Group of Course: Scientific and Skill

Type of Course: Compulsory

Credits : 2 credits

Semester : 2nd

Prerequisite :   –

Co-requisite:   –

Faculty: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning

Department: Department of Architecture

Group of Course: Environmental Control

 

  1. Course Description

Course of Thermal Environmental Control included in the group of scientific and skill courses. This course has 2 credits.

Learning objectives of this course is to give students an understanding of the basic principles, evaluation, and recommendations as design guidance to controlling thermal environment of the building. Urgency of this course is to provide a basic understanding of how to achieve thermal performance of architectural space that suit to space thermal qualities desired through the understanding of the basic principles, evaluation to the thermal environment control of room. This understanding is very important in terms of the achievement of Learning Outcomes program in Building Science and Technology Laboratory. This competency will support throughout the entire Design Studio Course and final project, particularly for Design Studio 3.

This course supports the achievement of Student Performance Criteria (SPC) by KAAB, number 3 (Architecture, Science, Technology and Fine Art), 7 (Human Behavior), 21 (Sustainable Means of Environment Control) and 22 (Environment Control Systems).

 

  1. Competence Standard

NO SPC

SPC KAAB

Competence Standard

SPC

Description

22

Environment Control Systems

Understanding of the basic principles and assessment methods of environmental control systems including thermal, lighting, acoustical systems, and  energy management

Students can understand the basic principles and can evaluate air and thermal quality.

Students can formulate recommendation for thermal and air quality controlling of the building.

21

Sustainable Means of Environment Control

Understanding of sustainable means of environment control and cyclical process of nature

Students can understand the principles of passive environmental thermal control.

3

Architecture, Science, Technology, and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology and fine art

Students can understand roles and relationship between science and technology related to the room thermal quality with architecture.  

7

Human behaviour

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behaviour.

Students can understand the role and relationship between room thermal quality with human behaviour.

 

  1. Basic Competence

  1. Students can understand relationship between thermal comfort and architecture (3).

  2. Students can understand various concepts of thermal comfort related to human behavior, standards, and principles (7).

  3. Students can evaluate room thermal quality based on thermal index by applying ET, SET, discomfort and W (22).

  4. Students know about climates: climate components, solar radiation, and wind (22).

  5. Students know about tropical climates: zone and characteristics (22).

  6. Students can use sun chart: Altitude, Azimuth, the angel of sun shadows found in some cases in tropical area (22).

  7. Students can understand design parameters for thermal comfort based on climate condition by certain method in general (22).

  8. Students can understand thermal comfort parameters for building opening design (21,22).

  9. Students can understand thermal comfort parameters for roof and wall design (21,22).

  10. Students can understand thermal comfort parameters for building shape design (21,22).

  11. Students can understand thermal comfort parameters for landscape design (21,22).

  12. Students can understand the principles of artificial air conditioner and passive control (21).

 

  1. Course Highlight

  1. Architecture and thermal comfort

  2. Approach, concept and definition of thermal comfort; factors which determine thermal comfort.

  3. Thermal comfort index for PMV, SET DISC and W thermal comfort evaluation.

  4. Software presentation of ASHRAE.

  5. Climates and its nature; seven elements of climates.

  6. Characters of tropical climates.

  7. Sun Position: Altitude, Azimuth, and searching method with sun diagrams.

  8. Wind orientation: wind rose; Sun: Sunchart Liepsmier.

  9. Opening design approach for thermal comfort

  10. Roof and wall design Approach for thermal comfort

  11. Building shape design Approach for thermal comfort

  12. Design approach in selecting site and site engineering for thermal comfort.

  13. Principles of artificial air conditioner and passive air control.

 

  1. References

Martin Evans, 1980. Housing Climate and Comfort. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

Markus dkk, 1980. Buildings, Climate and Energy. Pitman, London.

Lippsmeier, 1994. Bangunan Tropis, Erlangga. Bandung.

Watson dkk, 1983. Climate Design : Energy-Efficient Building Principles and Practices. Mc Graw- Hill Book Company, New York.

Krishan dkk, 2001. Climate Responsive Architecture. Mc Graw Hill Publishing Company, India.

Sugini, 2014. Kenyamanan Termal Ruang: Konsep dan Penerapannya dalam Desain, Graha Ilmu

 

COURSE SYLLABUS

  1. Course Identity

Name of Course : Architectural Lighting

Code of Course: 51212207

Group of Course: Science and Skills

Type of Course: Compulsory

Credits : 2 credits

Semester : 2nd

Prerequisite :   –

Co-requisite:   –

Faculty: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning

Department: Department of Architecture

Group of Course: Environmental Control

 

  1. Course Description

This course is given in 2nd semester with 2 credits. Learning objectives of this course is to give students basic understanding of how to achieve, engineer, and control lighting to create comfortable condition and visual performance in architectural spaces. This understanding is important to the students in accordance with the vision and mission of the department that is to produce graduates that have commitment to environment preservation, social issues, and environment issues. Generally, the competency of this course will be asset to support other design studio courses and final project, especially for Architecture Design Studio 3. Main topics of this course consist of light physical principles, relationship of light and architecture, visual performance and visual comfort, relationship of light and culture, color of light, lighting technology, lighting technique, and artificial lighting design.

 

  1. Competency Standards

SPC

Criteria

Description

Competency Standard

3

Architecture, Science, Technology and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology and fine art

Students are able to understand role and technology of light to determine architecture quality.

7

Human Behaviour

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior

Students are able to understand theory of relationship between human behavior and lighting.

21

Sustainable means of Environment Control

Understanding of sustainable means of environment control and cyclic process of nature

Students are able to understand the sustainability aspect of lighting control.

22

Environment Control System

Understanding of the basic principles of the environment system and the assessment method of thermal, light, sound, environment and energy management

Students are able to understand the basic principles of environment system related to lighting.

Students are able to evaluate and propose generic recommendation.

 

  1. Basic Competency

  1. Understanding of the visual comfort and its criteria in architectural environment (SPC 3).

  2. Understanding of the basic principles of visual comfort theory (SPC 22).

  3. Understanding of the basic principles of visual and light theory (SPC 21).

  4. Understanding of the principles of visual comfort and light as well its architectural standards (SPC 3).

  5. Understanding of the principles of day lighting and artificial lighting in real cases (SPC 21).

  6. Ability to evaluate the quality of day lighting and formulate recommendation for room lighting control (SPC 22).

  7. Ability to evaluates room artificial lighting and formulate recommendation for room lighting control (SPC 22).

  8. Ability to design space lighting by general lighting method (SPC 7).

 

  1. Course Highlight

  1. Light physics.

  2. Lighting science, light parametric and measurement.

  3. Lighting, human health, comfort, and performance.

  4. Lighting, culture, and human behavior.

  5. Daylighting engineering.

  6. Adjustment and daylighting system.

  7. Light and room.

  8. Light and color.

  9. Light and material.

  10. Artificial lighting design.

  11. Lighting control and technology.

  12. Lighting calculation

  13. Basic lighting design, principles and applications.

 

  1. References

1. Architectural Lighting Design, 2nd Edition, Gary Steffy (2001)

2. The Architecture of Natural Light, Henry Plummer (2009)

3. Designing with Light, Victoria Meyers (2006)

4. Derek Philips, 2004, Daylighting: Natural Light in Architecture, Architectural Press

5. Ander, 2003, Daylighting Performance and Design, Second Edition, John Wiley

6. Hand Book of Lighting Design – Rüdiger Ganslandt and Harald Hofmann (1992)

7. The Art of Light and Architecture, Mark Major, Jonathan Speirs and Anthony Tischhauser

COURSE SYLLABUS

  1. Course Identity

Name of Course : Architectural Design Studio 2

Code of Course: 51213203

Group of Course: Expertise in Work

Type of Course: Compulsory

Credits : 4 credits

Semester : 2

Prerequisite :  Architectural Design Studio 1

Co-requisite:   –

Faculty: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning

Department: Department of Architecture

Group of Course: Design

 

  1. Course Description

This course is given in 2nd semesters with 2 credits. Learning objectives of this course is to develop student’s ability in small scale architecture designing as spatial and tectonic composition to accommodate simple function and usage in generic real site context. This ability is a development of architectonic aesthetic composition principles given in Architectural Design Studio 1. This ability will be developed for more complex function and site in Architectural Design Studio 3. This course, also, have target to create graduates that have capability to respond social and environmental issues by doing intervention to site in marginal environment.

  1. Standards of Competency

No.

Criteria

Description

Competency Standards

1

Oral and Literal Communication

Ability to communicate architectural ideas in writing and speech, and the ability to communicate in a foreign language

Students are able to give oral and literal presentation as well communicate it in English.

2

Various Means of Expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing and digital drawing

Students are able to  express informative  architectural ideas in sketches, manual engineering drawing, writing, 3D drawing,  and presentation board

3

Architecture, Science, Technology and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology and fine art

Students are able to understand the relationship between architecture and technology through the application of the basic tectonic composition using simple materials

9

Form and Spatial Organization

Understanding of the basic principles of 2D and 3D forms and design, architectural composition and ability to apply these principles to design a building

Students are able to understand the principles of basic shape, 2D and  3D architecture composition design, and also explore simple anthropometric and applicate it to building architecture tectonic.  

 

  1. Basic Competency

  1. Students are able to explain design result using architectural term in english.

  2. Students are able to make informative drawing and poster (presentation board/PUNT) using explanatory remarks in english.

  3. Students are able to explain their architectural using hand sketches.

  4. Students are able to make 3D model that can express their architectural ideas.

  5. Students are able to make 2D manual drawing that can express their architectural ideas.

  6. Students are able to design an artistic architectonic composition applying the principles of lightweight frame construction using simple materials.

  7. Students are able to design an artistic architectonic composition applying the principles of stereotomic mass using simple materials.

  8. Students are able to apply striated and smooth 3 dimensional geometric composition.

  9. Students are able to design simple architectonic composition through simple dynamic anthropometric exploration (moving, staying, gathering(<10 persons))

  10. Students are able to design architectonic composition as a transformation of the fine art.

  11. Students are able to design simple functioned building on the marginal environment site.

 

  1. Course Highlight

  1. Geometry of being: solitude (staying), movement

  2. Social geometry: gathering

  3. Architectural presentation media

  4. Architectural composition: lightweight frame

  5. Architectural composition: stereotomic mass

  6. Architectural composition: striated

  7. Architectural composition: smooth

  8. Architecture as a transformation of the fine art

  9. Site and simple functioned building

 

  1. References

  1. Ching, Francis, D. K. (1991). Arsitektur: Bentuk, Ruang dan Susunannya, Erlangga, Jakarta

  2. C. Moore, et. Al (19xx). Body, Memory and Architecture, The MIT Press.

  3. Kim W. Tood (1995), Tapak, Ruang dan Struktur, Intermatra, Bandung

  4. Krier, Rob (1988). Architectural Composition, Academy edition, London

  5. Santosa, Revianto Budi, dkk (2006). Komposisi Arsitektur, Laboratorium Perancangan Arsitektur, Universitas Islam Indonesia

  6. Unwin, Simon (1997). Analysing Architecture, Routledge, London

COURSE SYLLABUS

  1. Course Identity

Name of course : Site Planning

Code of course : 51213204

Group of course: MPK/MKK/MKB/MPB/MBB

Type of course: Compulsory

Credit: 4  

Semester : 2

Prasyarat : –

Co-requisite : –

Group of Course: Design

 

  1. Course Description

Site Planning is a 4 credit course given in second semester to give student knowledge and basic design skill related to site building. This course is a compulsory course which has to be taken without prerequisite. Site planning course is conducted by semi studio system, with the purpose as follows:

        1. Site understanding with logic and site sensitivity in a whole and accordance, includes topography, hydrographic and potency of environment in site.

        2. Basic ability of land development and basic knowledge of architectural design related to site, which is appropriate to character function and its site.

In order to reach those goals, site planning course should be supported by:

              1. Survey site module

              2. Complete site survey equipment which can be accessed by student.

Site excursion is needed in several session of class.   

 

  1. Standard of Competency

 

    1. SPC KAAB

  • NO

  • SPC KAAB

  • Description

9

Form and Spatial Organization

Understanding of the basic principles of 2D and 3D forms and design architectural composition and ability to apply these principles to design a building.

10

Analysis and Programming

Ability to collect various information and precedents related to architectural design problem and to write a program based on the result of the analysis.

11

Historical and Cultural Context of a Site

Ability to extract a design concept based on the understanding of the various historical and cultural context of a site; analyze and evaluate them systemically; and apply them concretely in their project.

12

Site Preparation

Ability to formulate a design concept based on the understanding of the cultural and historical context of a site, systematically analyze and assess the acquired data and information acquired, and implement the findings into the design resolution.

13

Barrier Free Design

Ability of design a building to meet the various requirements of diverse building users including elderly, the infirm, and handicapped/disability.

22

Environment Control System

Understanding of the basic principles of the environment system and the assessment method of thermal, light, sound, environment and energy management.

28

Project Carry out and Role of Architects

Understanding of the role of architects, such as leadership, collaboration and coordination that are required in all the stages of design process.

  1. Basic Competency

 

Knowledge

Basic Site Information Gathering Skill

Site Analysis

Basic Land Developments

Ability

Site Information Diagram and Mapping

“Holistic” design basis on site analysis

Designing Land Development components

Ethics

Sensitivity of site character (Genius Loci)

Sensitivity of contextual design

Critical thinking of chosen land development

 

  1. Course Highlight

  1. Potency and Site Analysis

  2. Function and Character of activity

  3. Landscape Planning and Land Developments

  4. Building regulation and law in Indonesia

 

Course outline:

Week:

Subject

1

Map and Contour

2

Site Potency

3-4

Site survey, Site Information Diagram, and Site character sensitivity survey.

5

Function and charter of activity on the site, regulation and law related to site and building in Indonesia.

6-7

Logical analysis, organization and Analisis Logika, Organisasi massa bangunan

8-9

Mathematical analysis Analisis matematis grading cut and fill,

Design land development, grading, cut & fill, and erosion handling dan pengendalian erosi.

10-11

Mathematical analysis of site hydrographic Analisis matematis hidrografi tapak,

Design land development, drainage saluran air , well sumur, dan sumur resapan.

12-13

Design Land Development, circulation and parking Sirkulasi dan Parkir

14

Composition and principle and landscape planning

  1. References

Bodgen, F., Site Planning and Design, dalam Snyder, JC and Catanese, A, Introduction to Architecture.

Booth, Norman, K., (1983), Basic Elemen of Landscape Architectural design, Elsevier, New York.

Chiara, JD and Koppelman, L, (1991), Standard Perencanaan Tapak, Penerbit Erlangga, Jakarta.

Chiara, JD and Koppelman, L., (1984), Time Saver Standard for Site Planning, Mc Graw- Hill Book Company, New York.

Lynch, Kevin, (1966), Site Planning, the MIT Press, USA.

Rubenstein, Harvey M (1980), A Guide to Environmental Planning, A Wiley – Interscience Publication, New York.

Todd, Kim W, (1995), Tapak, Ruang dan Struktur, intermatra, Bandung.

White, Edward T, 1985, Site Analysis

COURSE SYLLABUS

 

  1. Course Identity

Name of Course : Principle of Building Structure

Code of Course: 51213205

Group of Course: Working Expertise

Type of Course: Compulsory

Credits : 4 credits

Semester : 2nd

Prerequisite :   –

Co-requisite:   –

Faculty: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning

Department: Department of Architecture

  1. Course Description

This course is given in 2nd semesters with 4 credits. Learning objectives of this course is to give students understanding of principles and basic concepts of structure that will be used in the next structure courses. Material of this course includes knowledge of statistic and structure elements behavior and material strength. The topics of this course consist of basic concept of force and moment, load and its effect to element or structure system in equilibrium condition, material behavior, and geometry sectional properties of structural elements. Intuitive understanding of concept will be encouraged by demonstration in class and laboratory, completed with student logical analytical ability developed by weekly examination and classroom review. ‘Rule of thumb’ of structure predesigning includes selecting, configuration and dimentional estimation. Topic of Geometric is given in the end of lecture.

Principle of Building Structure have strategic position in curriculum as basic science and technology knowledge as well in environment preservation basis building to support competency of graduates that have knowledge of building structure principles to create building with good quality.

This course supports the achievement of Student Performance Criteria (SPC) by KAAB, number 19 (Principles of Building of Structuralal Engineering) and 20 (Structural System)

  1. Competence Standard

SPC KAAB

Competence Standard

No

SPC

Description

19

20

Principles of Building of Structural Engineering

Structural System

Understanding of the basic theories and principles of forces and building structure.

Understanding of various systems of building system structure

Students understand basic theory of building structure as system

Students understand principles of static equilibrium.

Students understand loading and its effect, also related to structure design and simple construction.

Students understand material mechanical properties.

Students understand general guideline of building structure design.

 

  1. Basic Competence

No

Basic Competence

SPC KAAB 2013

1

Students can explain the definition of structure in architecture comprehensively

20

2

Students can explain variety of building structure elements according to geometric, stiffness, forming material, and load transfer mechanism.

20

3

Students can distinguish principle and nature of the elements connection of building structure.

20

4

Students can explain various parameter of structure element section and its usage in determining element geometry and position in building structure design.

19

5

Students can analyze force and moment equilibrium in building structure.

19

6

Students can explain ‘load path’ (load distribution hierarchy track), determine tributary area and tributary load in a case of loading.

19

7

Students can explain loaded structure behavior and describe the scheme of its internal force distribution as an effect of loading and related to structure design and building construction.

19

8

Students can explain material mechanical parameter and application consideration in designing building structure.

19

9

Student can use ‘rule of thumb’ for preliminary design in selecting, configurating, and geometric estimating and building structure element dimension.

20

 

  1. Course Highlight

 

No

Topic/Theme

References

SPC KAAB 2013

1

Structure in Architecture :

Structure role in architecture

Structure definition

Structure design requirement

Schodek, ch. 1.1, and 3.1

Onouye, ch. 1, p. 1 – 16.

Salvadori, ch. 1 and 4

Can explain the definition of structure in architecture comprehensively.

(SPC 20)

2

Structure Elements Classification :

      • According to the geometry and stiffness properties

      • According to material

      • According to load transfer mechanism.

Schodek, ch. 1, ch. 2.4, ch. 3.3.2

Can explain various building structure elements according to geometry, stiffness properties, materials, and load transfer mechanism.

(SPC 20)

3

Pedestal/supporting and Joint :

Fixed, Pins, Rolled

Schodek, ch. 1, ch. 2.4, ch. 3.3.2

Onouye, ch 2.5, p. 93 – 95

Can distinguish principles and properties of building structure elements connection

(SPC 20)

4

Section Properties :

Area, Center of Gravity (Centroid), Momen of Inertia, Modulus Section, Radius of Gyration

Onouye, ch. 6, p. 329-339.

Onouye, ch. 6, p. 340-359

Can explain various section properties of structure elements and its usage in preliminary determination of geometry and element position in designing of building structure system.
(SPC 19)

5

Equillibrium of Force :

  • Definition of force

  • Principles of force equillibrium

  • Analysis of force equillibrium

Schodek, ch. 2.

Onouye, ch. 2, p. 17 – 53 and p.79 – 92.

Ching, ch. 2

Can analyze equilibrium of force in building structure.

(SPC 19)

6

Equillibrium of Moment :

  • Definition of moment

  • Principles of moment equillibrium

  • Analysis of moment equillibrium

Schodek, ch. 2

Onouye, ch. 2, p. 54 – 79

Ching, ch 2

Can analyze equilibrium of moment in building structure.

(SPC 19)

7

Loading :

  • Variety of Loads

  • Load path

  • Tributary Area

  • Tributary Load

Schodek, ch. 3.2 and 3.3.

Onouye, ch. 1. p. 7 – 9 and ch. 4, p.  219

Can explain ‘load path’, determine tributary area and tributary load in some cases of loading.

(SPC 19)

8

Internal force as effect of building structure loading :

  • Definition of external and internal force

  • Variety of Loading effect (internal force and stress) in building structure and construction

Example of cases : cable, column, beam, truss, plate and element construction.

Schodek, ch. 2.4

Onouye, ch. 7

Salvadori, ch. 5 and ch. 6

Can explain loaded structure behavior as loading effect

(SPC 19)

9

Normal Internal Force and  Distribution  :

  • Compressive/tensile force and distribution (NFD)

  • Compressive/tensile stress and distribution

Example of cases : column, cable, beam with slant load, truss bar, element construction detail.

Schodek, ch. 6

Onouye, ch. 7 p. 361 – 393

Onouye, ch. 5

Salvadori, ch. 5

Can describe the scheme of internal force distribution (normal) related to structure design and building construction.

(SPC 19)

10

Internal shear force and distribution :

  • Shear force and distribution (SFD)

  • Shear stress and distribution

Example of case: Beam, Plate, Truss as a system, column with lateral load, element construction.

Schodek, ch. 6

Onouye, ch. 7, p. 361 – 393

Onouye, ch. 5

Salvadori, ch. 5

Can describe the scheme of internal force (shear force) related to building structure and construction design.

(SPC 19)

11

Internal bending moment and distribution :

  • Bending moment and distribution (BMD)

  • Bending stress and distribution


Example of case: Beam, Plate, Truss as a system, column with lateral load.

Schodek, ch. 6

Onouye, ch. 7, p. 361 – 393

Onouye, ch. 5

Salvadori, ch. 5

Can describe the scheme of internal force (bending moment) related to building structure and construction design.

(SPC 19).

12

Material Mechanic Properties :

  • Material Strength

  • Material stiffness

  • Material application to building structure

Schodek, ch. 2.5

Onouye, ch. 5, p. 279 – 322

Salvadori, ch. 3

Can explain mechanical properties of material as application consideration to building structure design.

(SPC 19)

13

Rule of Thumb for Preliminary Design :
Selecting System
Configuring
Sizing

Edward Allen, p. 17 – 31
Edward Allen, p. 31 – 46

Edward Allen, p. 47 – 135

Can use ‘rule of thumb’ for preliminary design in selecting, configuring and sizing building structure element.

(SPC 20)

 

  1. References

 

Compulsory:

Schodeck, Daniel L,“Struktur”, Edisi Kedua, Alih bahasa: Ir. Bambang Suryoatmono; Editor: Djadja Sibagdja, Erlangga, Jakarta, 1999

Onouye, Barry and Kane, Kevin, “Statics and Strength of Materials for Building Construction”, Second Edition, Prentice Hall, 2001

Ching, Francis D.K, and Adams, Cassandra, “Building Construction

     Illustrated”, Third Edition, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 2001

Salvadori Mario, & Heller, Robert,  “Structure in Architecture”,  

     Maruzen Company and Prentice Hall Inc., 1963

 

Supporting :

        1. MacDonald, Angus J, „Struktur & Arsitektur,“ Ed. 2, alih bahasa:

     Paulus Hanoto Adjie,  Erlangga, Yogyakarta 2002

        1. Salvadori, Mario & Levy, Matthys, “Disain Struktur dalam Arsitektur”,  terjemahan, Erlangga, Jakarta, 1992

        2. Cowan, Henry J., “Architectural Structures: An Introduction to Structural Mechanics”, Elsevier, New York, 1974

        3. Schaeffer, Ronald E, “Elementary Structures for Architects and Builders,”  2nd. Ed, Regents/Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1993

COURSE SYLLABUS

  1. Course Identity

Name of Course : State Philosophy

Code of Course: 51221201

Group of Course: Personality Development

Type of Course: Compulsory

Credits : 2 credits

Semester : 2nd

Prerequisite :   –

Co-requisite:   –

Faculty: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning

Department: Department of Architecture

Group of Course: Liberal Arts

 

  1. Course Description

Course of State Philosophy is included in the group of personality development courses. This course has 2 credits.

Learning objectives of this course is to give students understanding of:

  • Historicity; as a nation that respects the history of the nation, the life of the nation is never separated from the values that have been instilled by the founding fathers.

  • Cultural; as a nation that has cultural roots and values, then we must have a solid foundation so that the cultural identity of the nation will not extinct throughout the eras.

  • Juridical; in the college statutes, written the need of preservation for the values of state philosophy.

Urgency of this course is that students are able to explain and reflect the ideological-philosophical basis in their respective fields of study.

This course supports the achievement of Student Performance Criteria (SPC) by KAAB, number 7 (Human behavior) and 27 (Ethics of Architects and Professional Obligation).

 

  1. Standard of Competency

NO SPC

SPC KAAB

Standard of Competency

SPC

Description

7

Human behavior

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior.

The students can explain and reflect the ideological-philosophical basis in their respective fields of study

27

Ethics of Architects and Professional Obligation

Understanding of the ethics, responsibility and professional obligations to client and society.

The students can understand the principles of good and responsible citizenship, based on the values of state philosophy.

 

  1. Basic Competency

  1. Students have awareness and dignity in daily life as an independent nation.

  2. Students can appreciate the history of the national independence.

  3. Students can appreciate cultural plurality as a principle to develop nation’s potential.

  1. Students have ideological-philosophical provision to strengthen national personality.

  2. Students can analyze any cases happened in national life.

  1. Course Highlight

  1. ‘Pancasila’ Approaching Method

  2. Value Development in Principles of  State Philosophy

  3. The Meaning of Ideology

  4. The Meaning of the Opening of Constitution of UUD 1945

  5. Relationship between ‘Pancasila’ and Culture

  6. Relationship between ‘Pancasila’ and Good Governance

  7. Multiculturalism

  1. Course Materials

  1. The Agenda of National Issues

  2. Pancasila’s Ideology Stage Period

  3. National Principle

  4. The nature and meaning of the constitution opening of UUD 1945

  5. Ideology & Culture

  6. Value Development of National Personality

  7. Mid Term Exam

  8. Divinity Value in The Fields of Science (Principle I)

  9. Relation between Freedom and Human Right (Principle II)

  10. Multiculturalism as an Image of Pluriformity (Principle III)

  11. Development of Discourse in Decision Making (Principle IV)

  12. Justice as the implementation of right and obligation (Principle V )

  13. Pancasila as Indonesian Philosophy

  14. Some Figure of Thought on Pancasila

  15. Final Exam

  1. Learning Outcome

Students are able to:

  • understand and  compare Pancasila as ideology with other ideology

  • take the wisdom behind the history of the formulation of the Pancasila’s ideology and applied it in contemporary contexts.

  • discuss and understand the concrete cases in national life.

  • apply ethical ideological values in scientific activity

  1. References

Driyarkara, 1978, Pancasila & Religi, Tanpa Penerbit.

Eka Dharmaputera, 1982, Pancasila: Identitas & Modernitas, BPK Gunung Mulia, Jkt.

Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Politik, Hukum, dan Keamanan RI, 2005, Memelihara dan Menjaga Kemajemukan Dalam NKRI, Tanpa Penerbit, Jakarta.

Lye, John, 1997, Ideology: A Brief Guide, (http://www.brocku.ca/english/jlye/ideology.htm1).

LPPKB, 2005, Pedoman Umum Implementasi Pancasila Dalam Kehidupan Bernegara, Cipta Prima Budaya, Jakarta.

Hardono Hadi, 1991, Hakikat Muatan Pancasila, Kanisius, Yogyakarta.

Kaelan, 2002, Filsafat Pancasila, Paradigma, Yogyakarta.

Kaelan, 2002. Pendidikan Pancasila. Paradigma. Yogyakarta.

Notonagoro, 1971, Pancasila Secara Ilmiah Populer, Pancuran Tujuh, Jkt.

Pranarka, 1989, Sejarah Perumusan Pancasila, Jakarta.

Course Sylabus

 

  1. Identitas Mata Kuliah

Course Name: Islamic Worship and Ethics

Course Code : 51221202

Group of Course: Personality Development

Type of Course: Compulsory

Credits : 2 credits

Semester : 2nd

Prerequisite :   –

Co-requisite:   –

Faculty: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning

Department: Department of Architecture

Group of Course: Liberal Arts

  1. Deskripsi Matakuliah

Worship and Ethics Islamic subjects, the subjects University [local curriculum] given the even semester for the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning (FCEP), UII and weighs 2 credits. Course will explain about worship and morality relation to the multi-cultural happening in the reality of everyday life (SPC Ka’b No. 27) and this material will provide an understanding of problem solving related to religious plurality is happening in the wider community (SPC Ka’b No. 27 ).

The rationale for the emergence of subjects Worship and Akhalq which is subject specificity UII, based on the statutes of UII on the Preamble, namely in order to give birth to leaders of the people and nations who are able to reveal the principles of Islam as modern principles that bring mercy to all nations and mankind , In Chapter II, Article 7, confirmed UII aims: paragraph [1]: forming experts and Muslim scholars, devoted, berakhlaq noble, skilled, knowledgeable Amalia and do good science, and in paragraph [3]: participate in building the society and the state of RI just and prosperous society based on Pancasila, the 1945 Constitution which diridloi Allah.

  1. Concept  Map

With this concept map, is expected to direct the student to learn course material worship and morality will be studied for one semester.

 

  1. Competency Standards and Indicators of Achievement        
Basic Competence

So that students are able to understand critically worship and morals and problem solving architectural problems in relating to worship and morality.

 

a. Students can (a) formulate a correct understanding of worship and morality; (B) a student can correctly describe worship and morality.

b. Students are able to describe clearly and correctly about worship and akhalq.

c. Students are able to correctly describe the scope of Worship and its impact on everyday life.

d. Students are able to correctly describe the difference between manners, morals and ethics.

e. Students can clearly describe the difference (deviation) understanding of the issue of worship and morality.

f. Students are able to formulate and correctly describe the contemporary Islamic thought in Indonesia in the field of social policies.

g. Students are able to explain properly the response of Islamic thinkers in Indonesia about: concepts: 1) Democracy, 2). HAM, 3). Pluralism, 4). Gender and 5). Civil Society

 

  1. Course Timeline

Week

Topic Description

1

Learning Contract: The concept of MAP, Learning Objective [LO], Highlights, Reference, System Assessment and Learning Strategy

Introduction: Understanding worship scope.

2

Thaharah as the requirement to worship mahdhah; problems of space / place thaharah viewed from the perspective of architecture. (SPC Ka’b No. 27)

3

The impact of prayer in the construction of social and problem solving in architecture.

4

The impact of fasting in the construction of social and problem solving in architecture.

5

The impact of zakat in the construction of social and problem solving in architecture.

6

The impact of the pilgrimage in the construction of social and problem solving in architecture.

7

Impact of worship ghairu mahdhah in the construction of social and problem solving in architecture.

8

MID SEMESTER EVALUATION

9

Understanding the character, scope, diversity concept, character, morals and ethics. (SPC KAAB No. 27)

10

Morals in Allah and His Messenger. (SPC Ka’ab No. 27)

11

Morals to parents (filial piety) and construction of the social architects. (SPC Ka’b No. 27)

12

Morals studying and morals to the teachers (the learned) (SPC Ka’b No. 27)

13

Morals society; the right of Muslims to Muslims and non-Muslims. (SPC Ka’b No. 27)

14

Morals state and problem solving in the construction of social architecture (SPC Ka’b No. 27)

15

Professional ethics and problem solving in the construction of social architecture (SPC Ka’b No. 27)

16

Final Evaluation

 

  1. Reference

 

Ahmad Azhar Basyir, 1985, Citra Manusia Muslim, Fakultas Hukum UII, Yogyakarta

 

Aunur Rahim Fakih dan Munthoha,1997, Pemikiran dan Peradaban Islam, UII Press, Yogyakarta

 

Badri Yatim, 1999, Sejarah Peradaban Islam, Raja Grafindo Persada, Jakarta

 

Dahlan Thaib dan Moh. Mahfud MD, 1984, 5 Windu UII, Sejarah Pertumbuhan Dan Perkembangan Islam di Indonesia 1945-1984, Liberty Offsit, Yogyakarta

 

Djauhari Muhsin (Tim Penyusun), 2006 (edisi rev 02), Sejarah & Dinamika Universitas Islam Indonesia, Badan Wakaf UII, Yogyakarta

 

Faisal Ismail, 1998, Paradigma Kebudayaan Islam, Studi Kritis dan Refleksi Historis, Titian Ilahi Press, Yogyakarta

7.

Fazlur Rahman, 1985, Islam dan Modernitas, Tentang Transformasi Intelektual, terj,.Ahsin Muhammad, Pustaka Bandung

8.

Harun Nasution, 1988, Islam Ditinjau Dari Berbagai Aspek, UI Press, Jakarta

9.

Hasan Ibrahim Hasan, Sejarah Kebudayaan Islam, Kota Kembang Yogyakarta

10.

Supardi, dkk, 1994, Setengah Abad UII SejarahPerkembangan Universitas Islam Indonesia, UII Press, Yogyakarta

11.

Yusuf Qaradhawi, Fatwa-fatwa Kontem-porer, Jkt: GIP

3rd Semester Compulsory

COURSE OUTLINE

 

  1. Course Identity

Course Name: Building Information Modelling

Course Code: 51212303

Course Type: Compulsory

Credit point : 4 Credits

Semester : 3

Co-requisite: –

Faculty/Program: Civil Engineering and Planning/Architecture

 

  1. Course Description

This third semester course which weighs 4 credits is given after students have been familiar with presentation skill with hand drawing techniques in their first year of college. Students are introduced to the application of computer technology as a tool or media for presenting three-dimensional models and more scalable image presentation with better quality of visual presentation. Students are expected to recognize the components in a building and able to present an integrated design product by the use of software Building Information Modeling-based (BIM).

This course aims to make students able to present a three-dimensional model presentation as well as prepare a document image with more structured information. Learning process is in the form of discussion and problem solving practice or case study in a simple building. This subject becomes one of supporting subjects for competence of graduate study program which is based on Architectural Studies Program curriculum that is included in 24% of scientific and skill course and held in the digital architecture practice room with a small class of maximum25 students. After participating in this course, students are expected to be able to present better and structured architectural ideas through the media of computing, especially Building Information Modeling to then be applied in group of integrated design course in the ongoing and next semester.

The standards of competency are SPC 2 to make sure students able to do design drawing in digital form and  able to present it; and SPC 24 to make sure students are able to use computer in Building Information Modeling-based for two storey building and present it in a more structured information.

 

  1. Concept Map

  1. Level of Competency

Students are required to fulfill level competency of ability to choose among tools and software then to process specific information to overcome specific issue on design modeling, visualization and presentation. Students are required to understand type and characteristic of building components along with its properties then compile the knowledge and ability to visualize two stories building design with BIM based design software, and present into proper graphical layout.

 

  1. Standard Competency

 

No SPC

KAAB SPC

Deskripsi

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing, and digital drawing.

Students are able to choose among tools and software then to process specific information to overcome specific issue on design modeling, visualization and presentation.

24

Application of Computer Technology

Understanding of the utilization and application of computer technology in the design process including, for instance, a Building Information Modelling  system.

Students are able to to understand type and characteristic of building components along with its properties then compile the knowledge and ability to visualize two stories building design with BIM based design software (e.g. Graphisoft ArchiCAD), and present into proper graphical layout.

 

  1. Course Timeline

Week

Topic

Sub Topic

Tutorial File

Time Allocation

Evaluation

I

Introduction to Digital Architeture

Learning Contracts

Basic ccomputational and digital architecture both hardware and software
Software application in architectural design and its hardware requirements.

Introduction to initial design tool with SketchUp:

Introduction to SketchUp interface

  • Preference setting:

      • Unit setting

      • Work environment

      • Layering system

      • Line, arc, push/pull, grouping and layering                 

Introduction and Chapter 1

100 minutes class session


100 minutes laboratory session  (practice)

Quiz

II

Initial Design Modelling

Introduction to initial design tool with SketchUp:

Introduction to SketchUp interface

  • Preference setting:

      • Unit setting

      • Work environment

      • Layering system

      • Line, arc, push/pull, grouping and layering                

      • Import, export and file interface

      • Animation and basic rendering

Chapter 1

200 minutes laboratory session  (practice)

Initial design model (geometri dan elemen arsitektur dasar)

III

Introduction to  BIM

BIM Concept and Ideation
Preview of BIM System
Introduction to  GUI & toolbar of ArchiCAD
Preference setting
  – Unit setting
  – Work environment
  – Layering System
  – Story

Chapter 2

100 minutes laboratory session  (practice)

Class Assignment: Initial design model (e.g. design of previous ADS 2)

Elements 2D & Properties

Operation of  ArchiCAD 2D (Drawing)
  – Line
  – Polyline
  – Arc/Circle
  – Spline
  – Fill tools  
  – Text        
  – Dimension                  

Chapter 3

100 minutes laboratory session  (practice)

Quiz and

Class Assignment

IV

Operation and Command in ArchiCAD

Operation in ArchiCAD 2D (Transform)
-Drag, Drag a copy
-Rotate, Rotate a copy
-Mirror, Mirror a copy
-Multiply

Chapter 4

200 minutes laboratory session  (practice)

Class Assignment

V

3D Modelling

Operation in ArchiCAD 3D Part  1
Work in architectural and structural elements:
-Wall, Beam, Column, Slab, Roof, Doors & Windows, Object

Chapter 5

200 menit praktik

Class Assignment

VI

Detailing Principal

Operation in ArchiCAD 3D Part 2
-Basic Parametric
-SubStructure Element
-Main Structure Element


(Case study of 36 sqm one storey building)

Chapter 5

200 minutes laboratory session  (practice)

Class Assignment

VII

Prinsip Dimensi dan Notasi

Operasi ArchiCAD 3D Bagian 3

– Roof Structure

– Landscapeing and Mesh Editing

– Orthogonal drawing presentation, notation, layouting

(Advance Detailing Case study of 36 sqm one storey building)

Chapter 5

200 minutes laboratory session  (practice)

Class Assignment and take home exam initiation

MID SEMESTER EXAM:

TAKE HOME EXAM (SKETCHUP) AND LABORATORY SESSION EXAM (ARCHICAD)

VIII

Collaboration and Data Integration in BIM

– Worksheet

–  Problems of the Construction Industry
– Objectives
– The Virtual Construction Model
– Benefits
– The Industry Foundation Classes (IFC)

Chapter 6

200 minutes laboratory session  (practice)

 

IX

Object Customisation and Adnvanced Parametric in BIM

– Object customization Library of ArchiCAD

– Making new object from basic object

– Mesh Editing

Chapter 7

200 minutes laboratory session  (practice)

Class Assignment

X

Multiple Story Building

– Multiple Story Building Setting

– Typical Story and Editing

Chapter 8

200 minutes laboratory session  (practice)

Class Assignment

XI

Computer Simulation and Visualisation

– Rendering
– Animation
– SunStudy

– Energy Simulation

Chapter 9

200 minutes laboratory session  (practice)

Class Assignment

XII

BIM Calculation

– Element identification
– Calculation Output

Chapter 7 and 10

200 minutes laboratory session  (practice)

Class Assignment

XIII

Publication

Introduction to Graphic Layouting with Adobe InDesign:

  • Pengenalan toolbar InDesign

  • Preference setting:

    • Image editing

    • Layout setting, paging

    • Font, transparency

Exhibition Material: Orthogonal Drawing, Perspectives and design visualization with Animation

Print Setting

Chapter 11

200 minutes laboratory session  (practice)

Class Assignment

XIV

Exhibition

Chapter 11

200 minutes laboratory session  (practice)

Class Assignment and Inisiation of Take Home Exam and Exhibition

END OF SEMESTER EXAM:

LABORATORY SESSION EXAM (ARCHICAD) AND PRODUCT OF EXHIBITION (INDESIGN)

 

  1. References

 

Laseau, Paul. Architectural Representation Handbook: Traditional And Digital Techniques For Graphic Communication. New York: Mcgraw-Hill Professional Publishing. 2000.

 

Liston, Kathleen. BIM Handbook. A Guide to Building Information Modeling for Owners, Managers, Designers, Engineers, and Contractors. Toronto: John Wiley & Sons. Inc. 2011

 

Senders, Ken. The Digital Architect: A Common-Sense Guide To Using Computer Technology In Design Practice.  Toronto: John Wiley & Sons Inc. 1995.

 

Woodward, Christopher. Computing in Architectural Practice. London: E & FN SPON. 2005

 

Graphisoft AchiCAD Training Guide – Essentials. www.graphisoft.com. 2009.

 

  1. Grading System

No

Minimum Components

Credits

 

Final project and Exhibition

20 %

 

Class Assignment and take home exam

40 %

 

Attendance

15 %

 

Quiz

5   %

 

Mid Term Exam

10 %

 

Final Term Exam

10 %

Total

   100 %

COURSE SYLLABUS

  1. Identity of Course

Name of Course: Building Infrastructure

Code of Course: 51212305

Group of Course: MKK

Type of Course: Compulsory

Credits.: 2 credits

Semester : 3

Pre-requisite: –

Co-requisite : –

Group of Course: Structure

 

  1. Course Description

Building Infrastructure course is a course which goes deep into infrastructure and safety of low-rise building. It is given on the third semester with 2 credits and it gives contribution to Integrated Building Engineering course and Intermediate Architecture Design course

This course is relevant with science competency and building technology with environmental sustainability basis.

By this course, it is expected that the students comprehend the principles of network system infrastructure, principles of security and safety, and universal transportation in low-rise building as needed.

This course is relevant with SPC KAAB no. 13 (Barrier Free Design), 14 (Safety, Fire Protection and Emergency Egress), and 23 (Building Service System).

 

  1. Standards Competency

No

SPC

Description

Standards Competency

13

Barrier Free Design

Ability of design a building to meet the various requirement of diverse building users including elderly, the infirm, and handicapped/disability.

Students are able to comprehend horizontal, vertical, and diagonal universal transportation in low-rise building.

14

Safety, Fire Protection and Emergency Egress

Ability to design a safe building based on the basic principles of building safety, fire protection and security and in consideration of safety of human life, evacuation, and/or emergency egress.

Students are able to comprehend security and safety principles in low-rise building as needed.

23

Building Service Systems

Understanding of the basic principles and selection of appropriate building

service systems such as mechanical, electrical, communication, and disaster protection system.

Students are able to comprehend the principles of network infrastructure system in low-rise building as needed.

 

  1. Basic Competency

  1. Students are able to comprehend water supply system, dirty water disposal system, waste disposal system and able to choose appropriate system as needed by low-rise building (SPC 23)

  2. Students are able to comprehend universal transportation in a building and able to choose appropriate system as needed by low-rise building (SPC 13)

  3. Students are able to comprehend power supply which is appropriate as needed by low-rise building (SPC 23)

  4. Students are able to comprehend communication system which is appropriate as needed by low-rise building (SPC 23)

  5. Students are able to comprehend simple artificial air conditioning system which is appropriate as needed by low-rise building (SPC 23)

  6. Students are able to comprehend safety system, fire protection system and lightning protection system which is appropriate as needed by low-rise building (SPC 14)

  1. Course Highlight

  1. Water supply system in low-rise building (SPC 23)

  2. Dirty water disposal system in low-rise building (SPC 23)

  3. Waste disposal network in low-rise building (SPC 23)

  4. Universal transportation low-rise building (SPC 13)

  5. Power supply system in low-rise building (SPC 23)

  6. Communication system in low-rise building (SPC 23)

  7. Simple artificial air conditioning system in low-rise building (SPC 23)

  8. Security system in low-rise building (SPC 14)

  9. Fire protection system in low-rise building (SPC 14)

  10. Lightning protection system in low-rise building (SPC 14)

  1. References

 

Hoke, John Ray, 1994, Architectural Graphic Standard, Ninth Edition, John Willey &Son.Inc, New York.

 

Stein, Benjamin et all, 1986, Mechanical and electrical Equipment for Building, Seventh Edition, Volume I, John Wiley &Son.Inc, Canada.

 

Stein, Benjamin et all, 1986, Mechanical and electrical Equipment for Building, Seventh Edition, Volume II, John Wiley &Son.Inc, Canada.

4.

Juwana, Jimmy S., 2005, Sistem Bangunan Tinggi untuk Arsitek dan Praktisi Bangunan, Penerbit Erlangga, Jakarta, 2005.

COURSE SYLLABUS

 

  1. Identity of Course

Name of Course: Environmental Acoustic

Code of Course: 51212306

Group of Course: MPK/MKK/MKB/MPB/MBB

Type of Course: Compulsory

Credits:    2 credits

Semester :    3rd

Pre-requisite:   –

Co-requisite :   –

Group of Course: Environmental Control

 

  1. Course Description

 

Environmental Acoustic is a course included in Environmental Control group of course. This course has 2 credits.This course has objective to comprehend students about basic principles and evaluation method in acoustical environment system. The urgency of this course is to give basic comprehension of how to achieve acoustic performance architectural space appropriated with acoustic wanted through comprehending basic principles of acoustic, also evaluation for controlling environmental acoustic space. This comprehension is essential in achieving program of learning outcomes of Building Science and technology in Department of Architecture. Specifically, this competency will equip students with knowledge supporting all of Architectural Design Studio courses, especially ADS 3 and 4.

This course support in achieving Student Performa Criteria (SPC) KAAB No. 3 (Architecture, Science, Technology, and Fine Art), 7 (Human behavior: relationship between physical environment and human behavior) and 22 (Environmental Control System).

 

  1. Standards Competency

NO SPC

SPC KAAB

Standards Competency

SPC

Description

22

Environment Control System

Understanding of the basic principles of the environment system and the assessment method of thermal, light, sound, environment and energy management.

Students are able to comprehend basic principles and evaluate the quality of environmental acoustic space, also formulate a recommendation (improvement) for controlling the quality of environmental acoustic space.

3

Architecture, Science, Technology, and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology, and fine art.

Students are able to understand role and relation between knowledge and technology related to the quality of acoustic space and architecture, along with architecting.

7

Human behaviour

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior.

Students are able to understand role and relation between quality of acoustic space and human behavior.

  1. Basic Competency

      1. Students comprehend and have positive attitude towards the position of basic principles comprehension and competency about control of environment with acoustic aspect and other senses used in architecture and architecting world (3).

      2. Students comprehend basic principles of sound and voice theory, including hearing sense and human behavior (7).

      3. Students comprehend comfortable standard of audiovisual and standard of acoustic space (22).

      4. Students comprehend principles of sound absorption and able to evaluate, also formulate recommendation for controlling sound absorption (22).

      5. Students comprehend principles of room acoustics and able to evaluate, also formulate recommendation for controlling room acoustics (22).

      6. Students comprehend principles of sound isolation and able to evaluate, also formulate recommendation for controlling sound isolation (22).

      7. Students comprehend principles of controlling mechanical vibration disturbance in a room and able to evaluate, also formulate recommendation for controlling mechanical vibration disturbance in a building (22).

      8. Students comprehend principles of electronic sound system and able, also formulate recommendation for controlling electronic sound system (22).

 

  1. Course Highlight

  1. Architecture and senses’ comfort (3)

  2. Architecture and acoustical comfort, also building cases dedicated for quality of acoustical comfort (7).

  3. Sound Absorption: Design principle, evaluation, and recommendation (22)

  4. Principle of Room Acoustics, design evaluation, and recommendation (22).

  5. Sound isolation: Design principle, evaluation, and recommendation (22).

  6. Sound Isolation Mechanical system noise and vibrations: Design principle, evaluation, and recommendation (22).

  7. Electronic sound system: Design principle, evaluation, and recommendation (22).

 

  1. References

 

  • Doelle, 1986. Akustik Lingkungan. Erlangga, Jakarta.

  • David Egan, 1988. Architectural Acoustics. Mc Graw- Hill Company, New York.

  • David Egan, 1983. Concepts in Architecutural Lighting. Mc Graw- Hill Company, New York.

  • Evans, 1981. Day Light in Architecture. Mc Graw- Hill Company, New York.

  • Guinness dkk, 1981. Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings. John Wiley and Sons Inc, Singapura.

COURSE SYLLABUS

 

  1. Course Identity

Name of course: Architecture Design Studio 3

Code of course: 51213302

Group of course: MDK / MKB / MPB / MKP / MPP

Type of course: Compulsory

Credit: 6

Semester : 3

Prerequisite: Architecture Design Studio 2 (passed)

Co-requisite: –

Group of Course: Design

 

  1. Course Description

Architectural Design 3  is a continuation of Architectural Design 2 with 6 credits weigh. Architectural Design 3 offers building case with residential function in natural site with specific character.

Issue that needs to be overcomed is the achievement of residential activity needs and utilization of site potential – the natural environment. Thus there needs to be a study of character of subject, character of activities that will be accommodated and potential natural environment site which is utilized as basic consideration of future planning; spatial form and its order with air duct consideration, natural exposure, anthropometry, comfort of motion and structure of the election (the top, middle and bottom) and basic infrastructure.

 

  1. Basic Compétence

Students are able to design a group of small-scale building, consist of 1-2 floors with standard pattern activity and various users. In natural setting, specific character accurately use the frame structure system with architectonic forms of diversity which is a combination of natural building materials and simple fabrication infrastructure (clean water, electricity, and drainage) by taking into account the principle of sustainability which utilize  the potential of climate site and other physical environments with focus on solving design problems naturally.

 

  1. Basic Compétence

SPC

 

Standard of Competence

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various

media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing, and digital drawing.

Students are able to conduct final presentation and able to present the result of design idea effectively. (APREB, oral and verbal)

7

Human behavior

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior.

Students are able to design a layout of building and tentative solution for spatial component and building that embodies a simple activity with activity pattern and various users which are diverse in the context of natural element that stands out and contoured.

Students are able to design organization of spatial building which accommodates the simple pattern of activity and diverse users.

9

09. Form and Spatial Organization

Understanding of the basic principles of 2D and 3D forms and design,

architectural composition and ability to apply these principles to design a building

Students are able to design a geometric composition with organizing the shape and space consistently and creatively based on concepts or design assumption that have been identified previously.

12

12. Site Preparation

Ability to formulate a design concept based on the understanding of the cultural and historical context of a site, systematically analyze and assess the acquired data and information acquired, and implement the findings into the design resolution.

Students are able to engineered site and building as well as its component for conciliating site constraint and potential naturally (climate, light, vegetation, topographic, including contours and components of landscape with specific character (seaside or mountainous areas) with demands of internal (program space and organization of space) precisely.

22

22. Environment Control Systems

Understanding of the basic principles of the environment system and the assessment method of thermal, light, sound, environment and energy management.

Students are able to assess the proper design based on the performances, thermal, light and specific green design criteria.

 

  1. Course Highlight

Meeting

Subject

1

2

I.1

1. Explanation of basic competencies and indicators of course achievement and case design that will be as well as the lesson plan for a semester.

2. Normative references and building cases which are mainly related to function, behavioral characteristic, comfort motion demands, thermal, light and inherent uniqueness which always appears.   

I.2

Issues, concepts and techniques as well as design evaluation in corresponded project scale.

II.

The building layout design and tentative solution for spatial and building component that embodies a simple activity with pattern activity and various users in diverse setting.  

III.

Engineering site and building as well as its component for conciliating site constraint and potential naturally (climate, light, vegetation, topographic, including contours and components of landscape with specific character (seaside or mountainous areas) with demands of internal (program space and organization of space) precisely.

IV.

Geometric composition by organizing the shape and space consistently and creatively based on the concepts or design assumption that have been identified previously.

V.

Assess the proper design based on the performances, thermal, light and specific green design criteria.

VI.

Frame structure system with architectonic forms of diversity which is a combination of natural building materials and simple fabrication infrastructure (clean water, electricity, and drainage) in assumptive design which has been produced precisely.

VII.

Presentation of result of design idea effectively and communicatively.

VIII.

The problem solving for horizontal spatial design is tested correctly by fulfilling standard rules and substantively solve problems.

 

IX.

Students are able to present a problem-solving for vertical spatial design tested properly by fulfill the norms and substantively solve problems

X.

Structure system design and its building component construction based on standard structure system, construction and standard technology which are consistent and creative.

XI.

Presentation of result of design idea effectively and communicatively. (APREB, Critique Note and Maket)

 

  1. Références

  • Chiara, JD and Koppelman, L. 1991, Standard Perencanaan Tapak, Erlangga

  • Ching, Francis, D.K. 1991. Arsitektur: Bentuk, Ruang, dan Susunannya, Erlangga, Jakarta

  • Hersberger, Robert, 1999,  Architectural  Programming and Predesign Manager,   McGraw-Hill, New York.

  • Kim W. Tood ,1995. Tapak, Ruang, dan Struktur, Intermatra, Bandung

  • Krier, Rob ,1988. Architectural Composition, Academy Edition, London

  • Lasseau, Paul, 1980, Berpikir Gambar bagi Arsitek dan Perancang (terjemahan dari Graphic Thinking for Artchitects and designers), ITB Bandung

  • Setyo (1986). Anatomi Utilitas, Jembatan, Bandung

  • Setyo (1990). Anatomi Denah, Jembatan, Bandung

  • Setyo (1990). Anatomi Tampak, Jembatan, Ba