Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart - DEPARTMENT A ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN BACHELOR & MASTER PROGRAMME - HFT Stuttgart
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Hochschule für Technik Schellingstrasse 24 T +49 (0)711 8926 2590 www.hft-stuttgart.de Stuttgart D-70174 Stuttgart F +49 (0)711 8926 2594 email@example.com Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart DEPARTMENT A ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN BACHELOR & MASTER PROGRAMME
EXCHANGE 5 GUIDE COME CREATE ARCHITECTURE OVERVIEW FIELDS OF STUDY 6 BASIC COURSES 14 ERASMUS CURRICULUM BA ARCHITECTURE 21 MAJOR COURSES 22 ELECTIVE COURSES 25 ERASMUS CURRICULUM MA ARCHITECTURE 40 MAJOR COURSES 42 ELECTIVE COURSES 44 CAMPUS SITEMAP IMPORTANT CONTACTS 56
6 COME 7 CREATE ARCHITECTURE Architecture is the science and art of thoughtful ARCHITECTURE housebuilding, encompassing consideration of B.A. & M.A. shape, spatial composition, function, framework, cladding, climatisation, economy, context and his- Architects transform intellectual concepts into tory. The spirit of architecture appears in smallest buildings that last for decades. In doing so, they construction details and vast urban agglomera- have to understand the laws of gravity, econo- tions likewise. From the beginning of mankind, my, climate, human behaviour, urban legislation, architecture has always demanded for the most fire protection and aesthetics. Profound educa- gifted and brightest minds in society. tion can trigger this set of virtues in every talen- ted student. Education in architecture, its theory and methods, has ever since been a major subject evolving from BACHELOR PROGRAMME MASTER PROGRAMME Vitruv's codex of basics to a complex curriculum A coherent mix of lectures, tutorials and project Creating architecture today means working in- of today. teamwork will supply you with just the skills you terdisciplinary, building ad-hoc-teams for each need to start creating architecture right from the new project and recruiting as much expertise as Since 1832, our school has been developing its beginning. With all the knowledge you acquire possible. With our department-wide range of own specific mark in architectural tuition. The in our basic subjects you will soon be able to courses from interior design to international pro- HFT Stuttgart Department of Architecture and evaluate concepts, develop solutions and apply ject management we simulate real-life project Design strongly advocates a thorough polytech- them appropriately. Our decisive focus on prac- work in each single design assignment. With this nical approach in teaching and training architec- tice-oriented planning and construction as well profound training in integral design and team- ture in various programmes: as our generalist approach on all competencies building you will successfully master your career will enable you to pursue a manifold career after as an architect. > Architecture (Bachelor & Master) graduating at the HFT. > Interior Design (Bachelor & Master) The programme graduates with a degree > Urban Planning (Master) The programme graduates with a degree in Master of Arts. > International Project Management (Master) in Bachelor of Arts. > Climate Engineering (Bachelor)
8 INTERIOR CLIMATE 9 DESIGN ENGINEERING INTERIOR DESIGN CLIMATE ENGINEERING B.A. & M.A. B.ENG. Interior design fills and enriches space created Our new study programme Climate Engineering by architecture – by means of light, colour, tex- is the youngest member of HFT Stuttgart's De- ture and furniture; or, with trade fair construction partment A. Focusing on minimising ressource and scenography, it creates temporary realms consumption and optimizing comfort levels in within bigger background structures. Compared architecture and urban planning, it is the answer to architecture, interior design changes its look to rising demands for experts in architecture-re- in shorter waves, granting trends and zeitgeist lated technologies and building physics. more room and relevance. BACHELOR PROGRAMME MASTER PROGRAMME BACHELOR PROGRAMME A densely packed portfolio of courses enables In our International Master of Interior-Architectu- Equipped with profound knowledge about archi- you to design space using the appropriate tech- ral Design (IMIAD) we take the course portfolio of tectural, structural, energetic and thermodyna- niques, tools and objects. Each semester chal- our Bachelor programme to the next level, first of mic correlations and their utilisation in terms of lenges your readiness to grasp a project, develop all by embedding it into an international coopera- design and construction, predominantly you will the right concepts, defend, refine and present tion with other schools worldwide. Working your exercise interdisciplinary cowork with architects your idea to the audience. More often than in our way through complex interior design projects in- and urban planners of our various department architecture courses, you may want to realise terdisciplinary and together with students from courses. Confronted with rising complexity you your projects, especially furniture, in our highly different countries will train your creativity and learn how to develop appropriate and visionary professional workshop department. team-leading competencies. Proceeding from a solutions using state-of-the-art simulation tools. Bachelor degree (B.A.), participants receive the The programme graduates with a degree qualification International Master of Arts (M.A.) The course graduates with a degree in Bachelor of Arts. in Interior-Architectural Design after the success- in Bachelor of Engineering. ful completion of four semesters. The IMIAD qua- lification is recognised by all partner institutions.
10 INTERNATIONAL URBAN 11 PROJECT PLANNING MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL URBAN PLANNING PROJECT M.ENG. MANAGEMENT M.ENG.& MBA Department A Urban Planning aims for qualify- ing team-minded urban planners by imparting Greater building projects essentially demand for fundamental knowledge in urban design, urban professional project management. With globali- development and urban regeneration. Starting sation of competition and shifting markets, vast from these fundamentals, students may spe- progress in information and design technology cialise in fields such as project development, ener- (BIM), emergence of new building techniques gy efficiency or the design of urban space. and rising ecological standards, the need for pro- ject management rises ever more, while its tools MASTER PROGRAMME and strategies have to be revised and refined The special characteristics of the programme is constantly. its practice-oriented training with theoretical background. The accreditation report highlights MASTER PROGRAMME the integrative study model as a unique innova- Our course »International Building Project Ma- tive approach: during three semesters, theory is nagement« (IBPM) provides you with the know- linked to hands-on urban planning concepts in ledge and tools to structure and manage complex study projects that focuses on urban develop- projects: either self-employed, as project entre- ment, urban design and urban regeneration. preneur for an international consulting company Results are presented to local stakeholders and or as a project-leading architect or engineer in a documented in a comprehensive report. design firm. In our course »International Infrastructure Tech- nology & Management« (IITM) you will be equip- ped with fundamental technical and management skills enabling you to successfully develop and implement local and international infrastructure strategies for the future. Both courses finish with a degree in Master of Engineering. An additional degree in Master of Business Administration may be obtained after absolving a guest semester at the Liverpool John Moores University.
14 BASIC BASIC 15 COURSES COURSES ORIENTATION WEEK GERMAN CULTURE & INTERCULTURAL ART & ARCHITECTURE SFA SOCIETY COMMUNICATION HISTORY OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES Situated at the beginning of the semester, our Our international students are offered an over- > What is »culture«? This course addresses Bachelor and Master stu- orientation week allows you to become acquain- all picture of the German society, focussing on > Perception and ethnocentrism dents and focuses on architectural highlights in ted with each other and with our school. During our differences of cultural values and resources. > Cultural standards and dimensions Stuttgart, e.g. Staatsgalerie, Weißenhofsiedlung, this week professors and assistants will review Important topics covered during the course in- > Body language Kunstmuseum, Mercedes-Benz Museum. the study plans with you and counsel you for an clude the following: > What is »typically German«? ideal individual study plan for the exchange se- > Educational system > Existing value systems and ideals Furthermore, we will explore the birthplace of mester. Additionally, HFT students and exchange > Demographic transformation > Helpful techniques for coping the famous philosopher Friedrich Wilhelm Hegel students will work together on a small design > Liberation of women with intercultural challenges in Stuttgart and the city of Tübingen where he task which will be announced at the first day. > Minorities used to study. We will also make an excursion to > Migrants and refugees COURSE LANGUAGE Marbach and visit the place where the dramatist FORMAT > Social security system German (min. B1) Friedrich Schiller was born. Tutorials & project work > Status quo of reunification > Political system CREDITS COURSE LANGUAGE COURSE LANGUAGE > German economy 2 CP English English / German COURSE LANGUAGE For further information about this course CREDITS CREDITS English / German (min. C1) please contact the International Student 2 CP 3 CP Office at the HFT. CREDITS For further information about this course 2 CP please contact the International Student Office at the HFT. For further information about this course please contact the International Student Office at the HFT.
16 BASIC BASIC 17 COURSES COURSES GERMAN AS GERMAN A1 GERMAN A2 SELF LEARNING FOREIGN LANGUAGE BEGINNERS BASIC BEGINNERS BASIC ONLINE COURSES International students enrolling for our degree programmes taught in German language are ad- COURSE DURATION COURSE DURATION As exchange student you are eligible to take part vised to prepare up to a German language course 4 weeks (80 hours) 10 weeks (40 hours) including in our online German courses organised by DUO level of B1 or higher in order to be able to follow including 20 days x 4 hours, weekly lessons with 4 teaching hours DEUTSCH-UNI ONLINE. Take advantage of lear- course lectures. The International Office (ISO) of (4 x 45 minutes / day) (4 x 45 minutes) per week ning German from at home for up to 3 months the HFT Stuttgart offers both residential and on- prior to your arrival in Germany, allowing you the line German courses for exchange students from CREDITS CREDITS best preparation for your stay in Germany. Suc- our partner universities and for international 3 CP 2 CP cessful students can earn up to 3 credit points. degree students. Accreditation is based on man- datory attendance and successful completion of FEES FEES For further information about our a final language test. 100 Euro (books not included) Free after successful completion of language courses please contact course A1 (books not included) the International Student Office at the HFT. GERMAN A2 BEGINNERS BASIC GERMAN B1 INTERMEDIATE COURSE DURATION 44 weeks (80 hours) COURSE DURATION including 20 days x 4 hours 10 weeks (40 hours) including (4 x 45 minutes / day) weekly lessons with 4 teaching hours (4 x 45 minutes) per week CREDITS 3 CP CREDITS 2 CP FEES 100 Euro (books not included) FEES Free after successful completion of For further information about our course A2 (books not included) language courses please contact the International Student Office at the HFT. For further information about our language courses please contact the International Student Office at the HFT.
ERASMUS 21 CURRICULUM B.A. ARCHITECTURE BACHELOR CURRICULUM The Bachelor is the first part of our Bachelor/ The major courses contain our Integrated Pro- Master system and begins in summer and win- jects. In teams of two or three you will work on ter semester. The programme lasts six semes- an architectural task including design, construc- ters, including the Bachelor thesis. tion and HVAC technology. These main subjects will be tutored by a group of professors and assis- Our Bachelor programme is divided into modules. tants. Depending on the background knowledge The curriculum focuses on technical, design and it is possible to choose between projects. Before organisational skills, our Integrated Projects be- registering for these courses the background ing the central topic. They allow you to work knowledge has to be checked during the orien- collaboratively and interdisciplinary which we tation week. During this week you will compile consider as utterly crucial in the professional your ideal schedule for the semester with sup- practice of today. port from the assistants. For our incoming exchange students we created In the elective courses we are offering workshops an own study plan. This special curriculum is di- for various subjects. Their aim is to provide sup- vided into basic courses, major courses and elec- plementary knowledge and skills in the field of tive courses. All modules contain a variety of sub- their major subjects which you can apply to your jects reflecting on major competencies within our projects. The contents of these courses com- programme. prise general topics of the cultural, social and technical everyday life of architects. The basic courses offer several language courses to achieve a basic level of German and English Please note that not all elective courses and furthermore a course about general informa- take place every semester. tion about German society and culture. To im- prove the integration process with other students there will be a small design project at the begin- ning of the semester.
22 MAJOR MAJOR 23 COURSES COURSES INTEGRATED INTEGRATED PROJECT 2 PROJECT 3 WOOD CONSTRUCTION STEEL CONSTRUCTION OBJECTIVES FORMAT OBJECTIVES FORMAT > Work on a wood construction project Lectures & tutorials, project team work > Work on a complex steel construction Lectures & tutorials, project team work and discuss your proposal with tutors project and discuss your proposal with in design, building construction COURSE LANGUAGE tutors in design, building construction, COURSE LANGUAGE and structural design German (lectures) / English (tutorials) structural design and building services German (Lectures) / English (tutorials) > Understand the forming and joining > Learn about steel construction and of wood and wood-based materials to CREDITS its specific features and options for CREDITS elementary building components 8 CP + 5 CP load-bearing structures in the context 8 CP + 8 CP > Construct and design shear walls, of building physics and required load-bearing, space enclosing internal BI2 / BUILDING CONSTRUCTION constructional needs BI3 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION and external wooden building components INTEGRATED PROJECT 2 > Verify your design decisions with INTEGRATED PROJECT 3 > Familiarise with the principles of > BKE3 / Building Construction 3 8 CP advanced simulation tools considering > BKE4 / Building Construction 4 8 CP skeleton construction techniques based heat, climate, energy and light on a building made of wood TI2 / TECHNICS > Learn more about the material properties TI3 TECHNICS INTEGRATED PROJECT 3 > Recognise the interaction between INTEGRATED PROJECT 2 of steel in terms of manufacturing and > TWL4 / Structural Design 4 3 CP structure, space enclosure, > TWL3 / Structural Design 3 3 CP processing, application fields, special > SWZ / Simulation Tools 2 CP building technology and building physics > KLB / Climate Adapted Architecture 2 CP material characteristics of linear structures > GET3 / Building Services and HVAC 3 3 CP based on different design techniques made of steel in wood construction WORKLOAD > Understand the interaction between WORKLOAD > Be aware of the impact of multiple layer 154 hours classroom attendance structures and its usage, the technical 224 hours classroom attendance wall structures onto physics, statics, 236 hours private study realisation process, the use of space 256 hours private study and design of a building and the appearance after completion > Acknowledge structure as means of design, learn about regulatory systems, building hull systems (facades etc.) and builing physics (heat bridges etc.) > Use modern programming tools to objectify planning decisions
24 MAJOR ELECTIVE 25 COURSES COURSES URBAN PLANNING 2 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNING 3 STB2 VISUALISATION ETW3 ADS OBJECTIVES FORMAT OBJECTIVES > Criteria and methods of urban planning Lectures & tutorials, project work OBJECTIVES > Design with focus on concept development with a focus on residential housing On the basis of a render assignment you will learn for extensive architectural tasks and > Local baseline study (urban planning, COURSE LANGUAGE profound techniques of architecture visualisa- complex building types traffic, environment, public space) German (lectures) / English (tutorials) tion. You will learn how to handle 3D-models, set > Concept, iteration and synthesis > SWOT analysis (strength, weakness, up light rigs, compose real life textures and ren- in the design process opportunity, threat) CREDITS der the final images without losses in time and > Orientation, topography, site and > Development of planning objectives 5 CP quality. The primarily applied programmes are urban scale as determining factors and planning programmes in consultation Cinema 4D® with Arnold® Renderer and Adobe in architectural design with the cooperating community WORKLOAD Photoshop®. > Balancing out architectural elements, > Main features of urban master planning, 56 hours classroom attendance typologies and tectonic systems consideration of sectoral development 94 hours private study FORMAT in consideration of the desgin process concepts (use, public and green spaces, Lectures & tutorials, project work traffic, design) FORMAT > Development of an urban planning concept COURSE LANGUAGE Lectures & tutorials, project work > Development of an explanatory report German (lectures) / English (tutorials) and an urban planning calculation COURSE LANGUAGE > Presentation of the whole concept CREDITS German (lectures) / English (tutorials) 4 CP CREDITS IMPORTANT NOTE 4 CP Qualifying test
26 ELECTIVE ELECTIVE 27 COURSES COURSES CAAD CLIMATE ADAPTED BUILDING SERVICES & EXCURSION CAD ARCHITECTURE HVAC 1 EXK KLB GET1 OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES > Digital Image Processing: basics, OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES You will visit a great deal of selected architec- import of images and graphics, selections, > Understanding of building design as an > Basics of domestic installation tural projects in Europe under the guidance of colour corrections and histogram, layers, integrative process focussing on and integration into architecture your lecturer. Special excursions may also lead masks, alpha channels climate-adapted construction > Basics of installation planning overseas. As a prerequisite, you will have to com- > CAD: basics, 2D drafting, 3D construction, > Appropriate appliance of technology > Drinking hot & cold water supply pile a programme for the visited region or city. layer management, editing, export into the architectural design > Basic knowledge in sewer lines Individual objects will be selected, analysed and > Graphics: Plan- and photomontage, > Basics of active and passive use of documented via on-the-spot-presentations. layout, typography solar energy and its influence FORMAT > Output: colour management, printing, PDF onto building design Lectures FORMAT > Daylight and artificial lighting in architecture Travel & project work FORMAT > Basic ecological topics related to architecture COURSE LANGUAGE Lectures & tutorials, project work > Utilising knowledge in planning processes German (min. B1) COURSE LANGUAGE German / English COURSE LANGUAGE FORMAT CREDITS German (lectures) / English (tutorials) Lectures 2 CP CREDITS 1 CP CREDITS COURSE LANGUAGE IMPORTANT NOTE 4 CP German (min. B1) 120 mins exam at the end of the semester FEES The fees will be 300–450 Euro IMPORTANT NOTE CREDITS approximately per person (payable Pre-application required due to 2 CP at the beginning of the semester) limited number of participants IMPORTANT NOTE IMPORTANT NOTE 120 mins exam at the end of the semester > Only during the summer semester > Pre-application required due to limited number of participants
28 ELECTIVE ELECTIVE 29 COURSES COURSES RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURAL ARCHITECTURAL HOUSING THEORY RECYCLING & HITSTORY 2 HISTORY 3 WBT TRANSFORMATION BGS2 BGS3 RVB OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES > Examination of various types of housing OBJECTIVES In a series of lectures about life and work of se- > Age of enlightenment and industrialisation on the basis of selected projects: > Presentation of building projects lected architects and engineers you will receive > Evolution of modern architecture Social housing, luxury apartments, in existing structures an overview of the architecture of the 20th cen- from classicism to the 20th century provisional housing, living of elderly > Discussion of project-specific demands tury, its predecessors in the 19th century and > Coherence and development and handicapped people, multi-generational and solutions their effect on current building practice. in modern architecture housing, student housing etc. > Relating real-life projects to theoretic The main threads of modern architecture will be > Overview of the determining factors > Analysis of essential parameters of living, concepts of preservation, transformation emphasised by presenting their main protago- and architectural theories of architectural illustrated by selected aspects: location, and re-use nists. Connections between life and work of an modernism urban context, social environment etc. > Evaluation of real-life-solutions in terms of architect are made. In addition, you will train your > Verification on the basis of > Understanding the relationship cultural impact and appropriateness ability to associate an architectural oeuvre with real buildings analysis between types of living, types of housing its biographical, temporal, socio-political and > Fundamentals of architectural history of and use of space FORMAT economic context. the last 250 years as a basis for your own > Ability to apply the theory of residential Lecture series work and for a critical analysis housing onto the design process FORMAT > Complexity of epoch definitions COURSE LANGUAGE Lectures & tutorials, project work > Awareness for the relation FORMAT German between theory and practice Lectures & project work COURSE LANGUAGE CREDITS German (lectures) / English (tutorials) FORMAT COURSE LANGUAGE 2 CP Lectures & tutorials, project work German CREDITS 2 CP COURSE LANGUAGE CREDITS German (lectures) / English (tutorials) 2 CP CREDITS 3 CP IMPORTANT NOTE 90 min. exam at the end of the semester
30 ELECTIVE ELECTIVE 31 COURSES COURSES ARCHITECTURE & ARCHITECTURAL INTRODUCTION BUILDING ANALYSIS & PLACE PHOTOGRAPHY TO PROJECT CONSERVATION SFA SFA MANAGEMENT BDP EPM OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES In order to understand the complex relationship By shooting images of houses, interiors and ur- OBJECTIVES > History, terms and methods of between architecture and its urban setting we ban scenes you learn to perceive architecture This course provides a profound insight into buil- built heritage conservation will visit places in and around Stuttgart and dis- intensely. Deciding for the right perspective, the ding project management and its operational > Building analysis methods: cuss examples and design concepts for various ideal light set and appropriate image composi- methods. Main topics are: tools of project ma- graphic building survey, photographic strategies of interaction. Lectures on the history tion creates a chance to reveal the very essence nagement, facility management, related law and documentation, building description, of Stuttgart as well as on the history of munici- of architecture. knowledge management. surface and colour probe, dendrochronologic pal planning will provide a background for pro- In this course, the basic principles of photogra- age measurement of building timber, found discussion. phic techniques and image processing will be FORMAT archaeologic and archive investigation taught in lectures and exercises. You will create Lectures & tutorials, project work > Analysis and visualisation of FORMAT a portfolio consisting of self-composed images construction phases Lectures & tutorials of Stuttgart architecture. COURSE LANGUAGE > Examination report German (lectures) / English (tutorials) > Recommendations for building COURSE LANGUAGE FORMAT reconstruction or sanitation English Lectures & tutorials, project work CREDITS 2 CP FORMAT CREDITS COURSE LANGUAGE Lectures & tutorials, project work 2 CP German (lectures) / English (tutorials) IMPORTANT NOTE Course takes place on irregular basis COURSE LANGUAGE IMPORTANT NOTE CREDITS German (lectures) / English (tutorials) Course takes place on irregular basis 2 CP CREDITS IMPORTANT NOTE 4 CP Course takes place on irregular basis IMPORTANT NOTE Course takes place on irregular basis
36 ELECTIVE ELECTIVE 37 COURSES COURSES ARCHITECTURAL ART & CULTURE LANDSCAPE PLANNING RESIDENTIAL HOUSING HISTORY & THEORY HISTORY FGP SFA GTA KKG OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES > The elements of landscape This course focuses on the meaning of Learn more about the ideas behind building con- By drawing and building architects contribute architecture: floor covering, walls, dwelling in general and casts light on cepts, read and discuss historical and contempo- to our cultural heritage. That implies a basic his- hedges etc., their composition residential housing from different angles: rary texts and statements from world-famous torical understanding and knowledge of the main and spatial effect > Housing requirements, architectural theorists. ideas of philosophy, science and art. During this > Application and needs of various plants space, architecture, sociology course you will learn to distinguish between im- > Appropriate use of water, > Different design approaches: FORMAT portant and exchangeable, between central and outdoor furniture and illumination living space, spatial relations, Lectures & tutorials, project work marginal elements of culture. > Various types of public space movement, outdoor space > Ecology, nature protection and > Typology: shape, accessibility, COURSE LANGUAGE FORMAT landscape history interior typology German (min. Level C1) Lectures & tutorials, project work > History of garden design, European and worldwide FORMAT CREDITS COURSE LANGUAGE Lectures & tutorials, project work 2 CP German (min. B1) You will develop your own landscape design, the lectures support the project of your choice. The COURSE LANGUAGE IMPORTANT NOTE CREDITS level of detail should correspond with the pro- German (lectures) / English (tutorials) Course takes place on irregular basis 2 CP ject´s complexity and group size. CREDITS IMPORTANT NOTE FORMAT 4 CP Course takes place on irregular basis Lectures & tutorials, project work IMPORTANT NOTE COURSE LANGUAGE Course takes place on irregular basis German (lectures) / English (tutorials) CREDITS 2 CP IMPORTANT NOTE Course takes place on irregular basis
38 ELECTIVE ELECTIVE 39 COURSES COURSES EXPERIMENTAL URBAN PLANNING IN BUILDING IN BASICS OF DESIGN 2 ARCHITECTURE EXISTING STRUCTURES EXISTING STRUCTURES GST2 SFA STB3 BBS OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES In this course we will deal with colour in archi- Experimenting with architecture means trying > Urban planning history This course raises your awareness for planning tecture. Based on lectures on famous colour sys- out spatial concepts that do not obey standards > Urban renewal & conversion and building within a historical environment and tems (Itten, Le Corbusier), you will understand (of shape, texture, function, structure and so on) > Urban development measures enables you to evaluate different approaches of the impact of colour by systematic examination but eventually prove that other or new concepts > Advanced status-quo-analysis building within existing structures. We provide and precise observation. In exercises you will work, too. We experiment with models, miniature > Integrated urban design you with information about: mix your own colours, produce colour sets, com- prototypes made out of clay, gypsum, wire, paper > Solving a real-life planning-task > Methods to analyse historical architecture pare, discuss and evaluate them. The experience etc., drawings, texts - whatever you like. > Reconstruction strategies you gain will help you utilising colour more au- FORMAT > History and theory of historical daciously. FORMAT Lectures & tutorials, project work heritage preservation Lectures & tutorials, project work > Current regional examples FORMAT COURSE LANGUAGE Lectures & tutorials, project work COURSE LANGUAGE German (lectures, min. B1) / English (tutorials) FORMAT German (lectures) / English (tutorials) Lectures & tutorials, project work COURSE LANGUAGE CREDITS German (lectures) / English (tutorials) CREDITS 4 CP COURSE LANGUAGE 4 CP German CREDITS IMPORTANT NOTE 4 CP FEES > Course takes place on irregular basis CREDITS Approximately 15 Euro per person > Pre-application required due to 2 CP IMPORTANT NOTE (payable before the beginning of the semester) limited number of participants Course takes place on irregular basis IMPORTANT NOTE IMPORTANT NOTE Course takes place on irregular basis > Course takes place on irregular basis. > Pre-application required due to limited number of participants
40 ERASMUS ERASMUS 41 CURRICULUM CURRICULUM M.A. ARCHITECTURE M.A. ARCHITECTURE MASTER CURRICULUM Based on the knowledge of the first and second In a team you will work on an architectural task The main focus of the Master programme is set semester students will learn how to develop own including design, construction and HVAC tech- on designing and realising architecture. All the projects thoroughly and may prove that they are nologies. These main subjects will be tutored by subjects are based on contemporary methodo- able to transfer theoretical concepts into detailed a group of professors and assistants. Depending logies and on holistic design processes to solve practical realisation. At the same time they can on your background knowledge it is possible to interdisciplinary projects. According to this we prepare themselves for future activities and po- choose the different subjects. Before applying support students to enlarge their knowledge in sitions of building realisation e.g. as a project for these courses the background knowledge theoretical and practical design tasks to boost leader who focuses on high quality architecture has to be proved during the orientation week. their competencies for planning and realisation as well as on the realisation of projects. During this week you will compile your ideal processes. schedule for the semester with support from The basic courses offer several subjects such the assistants. Our integrative teaching methods comprise in- as language courses to achieve a basic level of tensive studio work in small groups to success- German and English and furthermore a course The elective courses offer workshops for diverse fully work on solutions for various architectural about general information on German society themes. The aim of these subjects is to provide design tasks. and culture. supplementary knowledge and skills to the stu- dents in the field of their major subjects which The main focus in the first semester is on con- The major courses contain they can then apply to their projects. The con- struction-aware-design. Students will be sensi- our major Integrated Projects. tents of these courses always comprise general tised for our interdisciplinary design philosophy. topics of the cultural, social and technical every During the second semester we rely on regarding day life of architects. architects as creative generalists who can sol- ve complex concepts by holistic methods. Please note some elective courses take place on irregular basis.
42 MAJOR MAJOR 43 COURSES COURSES INTEGRATIVE DESIGN STRUCTURAL DESIGN P1 P2 OBJECTIVES FORMAT OBJECTIVES FORMAT In addition to working on a major design project Lectures & tutorials, project work Working on a structural design project you will Lectures & tutorials, project work you will learn how to integrate design concepts acquire in-depth capability to develop a concept with appropriate engineering. The seminar fo- COURSE LANGUAGE into a fully functional, structurally sufficient buil- COURSE LANGUAGE cuses on the design process and realisation in German (lectures) / English (tutorials) ding design. You will be enabled to identify the German (lectures) / English (tutorials) consideration of context, function, structure, ma- aesthetic potential of a structure during the de- terial, climate impacts and economy. The effect CREDITS sign and construction process. You learn to coo- CREDITS of these parameters on detailing and joining will 11 CP + 4 CP perate competently with the structural engineer 12 CP be discussed and they will be checked for their considering the decision for specific load-bea- adequacy and sustainability. IE / INTEGRATIVE DESIGN P1 ring structures. KE / Structural Design P2 The seminar will allow attention to several as- > EBK / Design and Building Construction 10 CP You will work on a design project under realistic > KOE / Structural Design 10 CP pects, e.g. facade design, energy consumption, > TIE / Theory Integrative Design 1 CP conditions in order to provide solutions for a > TKE / Theory Structural Design 2 CP demands on natural light, and to their influence support structure framework with its technical on the detailed design process regarding design, TP / TECHNICS P1 and design aspects. Realisation is achieved as WORKLOAD construction, economy and ecology. > TRW / Structural Framework 2 CP a whole and in detail. Qualified supervision is 98 hours classroom attendance > GET / Building Services and HVAC 2 CP provided simultaneously by a lecturer of archi- 262 hours private study tecture and one of civil engineering. WORKLOAD 126 hours classroom attendance 324 hours private study
44 ELECTIVE ELECTIVE 45 COURSES COURSES BASICS OF DESIGN & ARCHITECTURAL CLIMATE & ENGLISH PRESENTATION PRESENTATION ARCHITECTURE FOR ARCHITECTS GD2 GD3 KUA EFA OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES > You will train designing by > The art of story-telling > Traditional building strategies > Refreshment and reactivation of your concentrating on single aspects > Know your listener in different climate zones English skills in reading, writing, of more complex projects > Start from the beginning > Understanding the concept of listening comprehension and speaking > Find, refine and enrich spatial concepts > Find strong images and analogies vernacular architecture > Ability to read technical literature > Learn about design theories > Create mood-boards > Natural climate and room climate > Ability to discuss any professional input and try to apply them > Screen / visualise your project > Mudbrick building that you have read > Learn how to develop your design > Get acquainted to the stage > Natural rainwater retrieval > Communication with foreign colleagues methodically: trial and error, > Natural sanitation > Communication by telephone, email refinement, simplification, rejection, FORMAT > Presentation of your work iteration Lectures & tutorials FORMAT Lectures & tutorials, project work FORMAT FORMAT COURSE LANGUAGE Lectures & tutorials Lectures & tutorials, project work German (lectures) / English (tutorials) COURSE LANGUAGE German (lectures) / English (tutorials) COURSE LANGUAGE COURSE LANGUAGE CREDITS English German (lectures) / English (tutorials) 2 CP CREDITS 3 CP CREDITS CREDITS 2 CP 7 CP IMPORTANT NOTE Pre-application required due to IMPORTANT NOTE GD2 / BASICS OF DESIGN & PRESENTATION limited number of participants 60 mins exam at the end of the semester > STE / Impromptu Design 3 CP > ETH / Design Theory 1 CP > EME / Design Methods 3 CP
46 ELECTIVE ELECTIVE 47 COURSES COURSES URBAN PLANNING COST MANAGEMENT PROJECT DEVELOPMENT ARCHITECTURAL SPACE STB 1 KMA PRE GD1 OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES > Various approaches to urban design > Cost classification according to DIN 276 > Characteristics and tools of During a three-day seminar in a monastery based on the contextual conditions > Levels of cost calculation real estate project development in Bronnbach you will work on a small of the place > Methods of cost planning and survey > Process & phases design project: > City structures according to their date related to building components, > Tools > Application of natural light of origin and cultural background submission units, parameters, utilisation > Financing > Design process, place, space definiton > Interdependency of housing typology, > Cost-oriented design > Marketing > Conscious and unconscious perception population density and social situation > Managing cost databases > Facility Management > Design methods, extended > Methods for analysing building > Design of project-specific cost parameters > Redevelopment repertoire of creative tools and urban design projects > Change and addition management > Success criteria > Characteristics and features > Profound comprehension of city and context > Building related costs of architectural elements, > Job description according to HOAI FORMAT design application, spatial specification FORMAT (honorarium code for architects Lectures & tutorials, project work Lectures and engineers) FORMAT COURSE LANGUAGE Lectures & tutorials, project work COURSE LANGUAGE FORMAT German (lectures) / English (tutorials) German (min. B1) Lectures & tutorials, project work COURSE LANGUAGE CREDITS German (lectures) / English (tutorials) CREDITS COURSE LANGUAGE 3 CP 3 CP German (min. B1) CREDITS 4 CP CREDITS 2 CP FEES The fees will be approximately IMPORTANT NOTE 150 Euro per person (payable 90 mins exam at the end of the semester at the beginning of the semester) IMPORTANT NOTE Pre-application required due to limited number of participants
48 ELECTIVE ELECTIVE 49 COURSES COURSES ARCHITECTURE & BUSINESS ECONOMICS LANDSCAPE PLANNING ARCHITECTURE & FILM PLACE FOR ARCHITECTS FUG SWF SFA BWL OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES > Basics of landscaping and This course covers the resemblance of architec- To understand the complex relationship between > Basics of business economics, appropriate design tools ture in film. Film and architecture work hand in architecture and its urban setting we will visit e.g. cost effectiveness, productivity > Understanding and managing hand, and every film narration performs in space, places in and around Stuttgart and discuss exam- > Basics of business management, the interaction between building design internal, external, in between. In the first part of ples and design concepts for various strategies e.g. exchange of goods and services, and exterior space the course you will hear lectures on the profes- of interaction. Lectures on the history of Stuttgart accounting and finance > Understanding building design sion of set designers, film architects, basic termi- as well as on the history of municipal planning will > Basic information on business start-up and landscape planning as an aesthetic nology of film-making and cinematic concepts as provide a background for profound discussion. and legal forms of organisation and functional unit well as architectural space and colour symbolism. In the second part you will work on a film produc- FORMAT FORMAT FORMAT tion project, based on an excerpt of a short story. Lectures & tutorials Lectures & tutorials, project work Lectures & tutorials, project work FORMAT COURSE LANGUAGE COURSE LANGUAGE COURSE LANGUAGE Lectures & tutorials, project work English German (lectures) / English (tutorials) German (lectures), English (tutorials) COURSE LANGUAGE CREDITS CREDITS CREDITS German (lectures), English (tutorials) 2 CP 2 CP 2 CP CREDITS IMPORTANT NOTE IMPORTANT NOTE IMPORTANT NOTE 2 CP Course takes place on irregular basis Course takes place on irregular basis Course takes place on irregular basis IMPORTANT NOTE Course takes place on irregular basis
50 ELECTIVE ELECTIVE 51 COURSES COURSES SPECIAL TOPICS IN BUILT HERITAGE PSYCHOLOGY IMPROMPTU DESIGN 2 URBAN PLANNING CONSERVATION PSY STG SWF DMP OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES > Parameters of human interaction behaviour > Train creativity > Complex problems in urban planning projects Demolition, preservation, reconstruction, re-use: > Perception and information processing > Engage in small projects > Analysis methods, concepts options like these most often need to be consi- > Communication patterns, consulting basics and details in short time dered when planning in urban context. To give an > Standards of leadership > Produce, reshape, dismiss concepts FORMAT overall idea of the architectural strategies avail- > Teamwork aspects > Present ideas, tell the story Lectures & tutorials, project work able you will first of all take a close look at history. > Basics of perceptual psychology Mankind has always developed a specific attitude FORMAT COURSE LANGUAGE towards the old, mostly pragmatic, often ideo- FORMAT Lectures & tutorials, project work German logic, sometimes radical. Knowing about history, Lectures & tutorials, project work principles and tools of heritage conservation you COURSE LANGUAGE CREDITS will test your skills working on a small object and COURSE LANGUAGE German (lectures), English (tutorials) 2 CP develop suitable ideas for its conservation and German (lectures) / English (tutorials) re-use. CREDITS IMPORTANT NOTE CREDITS 2 CP > Course takes place on irregular basis FORMAT 2 CP > Pre-application required due to Lectures & tutorials, project work IMPORTANT NOTE limited number of participants IMPORTANT NOTE Course takes place on irregular basis COURSE LANGUAGE Course takes place on irregular basis German CREDITS 2 CP IMPORTANT NOTE Course takes place on irregular basis
52 ELECTIVE ELECTIVE 53 COURSES COURSES ARCHITECTURE & ARCHITECTURE & BUILDING IN QUALITY MATERIAL STRUCTURE EXISTING STRUCTURES MANAGEMENT MUA TUA BIB FOR ARCHITECTS AQU OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES > Material science > Analyse buildings concerning This course raises your awareness for planning OBJECTIVES > Physical, optic and haptic characteristics structural framework and joining and building within a historical environment and > Basics and history of quality management > Retrieval and production of materials > Understand frameworks enables you to evaluate different approaches of > Transfer QM methods on building projects > Joining and application both aesthetically and technically building within existing structures. We provide > Understand the concept of QM > Advanced materials and technologies > Identify structural quality you with information about: as an overall tool > Know more about framework-inherent > Learn to identfy, evaluate and compare FORMAT design rules > Methods to analyse historical architecture qualities in architectural projects Lectures & tutorials, project work > Know more about structural logic > Reconstruction strategies > Learn to spot and manage to better communicate with civil engineers > History and theory of historical controllable topics systematically COURSE LANGUAGE heritage preservation German (lectures), English (tutorials) FORMAT > Current regional examples FORMAT Lectures & tutorials, project work Lectures & tutorials, project work CREDITS FORMAT 2 CP COURSE LANGUAGE Lectures & tutorials, project work COURSE LANGUAGE German (min. B1) German (lectures), English (tutorials) IMPORTANT NOTE COURSE LANGUAGE Course takes place on irregular basis CREDITS German (lectures), English (tutorials) CREDITS 2 CP 2 CP CREDITS IMPORTANT NOTE 2 CP IMPORTANT NOTE Course takes place on irregular basis Course takes place on irregular basis IMPORTANT NOTE Course takes place on irregular basis
54 ELECTIVE ELECTIVE 55 COURSES COURSES PROCESS OF BUILDING ARCHITECTURE PROJECT ARCHITECTURE & PRB HISTORY & THEORY ORGANISATION COLOUR GTA POR FUA OBJECTIVES > We examine the whole range of a OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES real-life building project's development Understand more about the ideas behind buil- > Identify project characteristics > Colour schemes in architecture from preparation to its completion ding concepts, read and discuss historical and and aims and design by means of analyses, lectures contemporary texts and statements from famous > Understand the concept of > How architects, designers and and building site visits architectural theorists. organising and teamwork artists use colour schemes > We will set our focus according to > Learn about various ways > Develop your own colour scheme the project's specifics FORMAT and tools of organisation > How colour affects our perception > See how an architectural concept Lectures & tutorials, project work > Learn how to apply of architecture survives in reality various organisation tools > Learn to analyse and evaluate COURSE LANGUAGE colour and material concepts FORMAT German (min. Level C1) FORMAT Lectures & tutorials, project work Lectures & tutorials, project work FORMAT CREDITS Lectures & tutorials, project work COURSE LANGUAGE 2 CP COURSE LANGUAGE German (lectures), English (tutorials) German COURSE LANGUAGE IMPORTANT NOTE German (lectures), English (tutorials) CREDITS Course takes place on irregular basis CREDITS 2 CP 2 CP CREDITS 2 CP IMPORTANT NOTE IMPORTANT NOTE Course takes place on irregular basis Course is taking place on irregular basis IMPORTANT NOTE Course takes place on irregular basis
56 CAMPUS IMPORTANT 57 SITEMAP CONTACTS HFT CONTACTS & MATERIAL, BOOKS EMAILS & STATIONERY DEAN RAUMPROBE Prof. Horst Sondermann Material Research firstname.lastname@example.org Hohnerstrasse 23, 70469 Stuttgart FOREIGN STUDENT ADVISOR BASTLERZENTRALE se Prof. Renate Oelhaf Modelbuilding & Stationery stras 6 email@example.com Lange Strasse 51, 70174 Stuttgart arten firstname.lastname@example.org DEKO MAIER Holzg email@example.com 5 Modelbuilding & Stationery INTERNATIONAL Rotebühlstrasse 71, 70178 Stuttgart sse STUDENT OFFICE sse sch e ids t ra 1 ling s t ra firstname.lastname@example.org IDEE t el B re i Sch Modelbuilding & Stationery SYSTEM MANAGEMENT Kronenstrasse 4, 70173 Stuttgart Büchsenstrasse 3 michael.hoschek@ hft-stuttgart.de RITA LIMACHER Wi karin.sauermann@ hft-stuttgart.de lli-B 4 Bookshop for Architecture, Art & Design lec A PRINTING & PLOT Kleiner Schlossplatz 11, 70173 Stuttgart her 2 Kie -St email@example.com nes ra s age gar KARL KRÄMER se t ra ner Schloßstrasse fdie MODEL WORKSHOP sse Ho Specialised Bookstore for Architecture firstname.lastname@example.org and Building Industry BUILDING A BUILDING 1 BUILDING 2 BUILDING 3 Rotebühlstrasse 42, 70178 Stuttgart Department A Cafeteria, Library, Department C Architecture LASER Architecture & Design Administration, Geomatics, Comp. ClimateEngineering email@example.com Business Management Science & Mathematics BUILDING 4 BUILDING 5 BUILDING 6 Department B Interior Design Interior Design Civil Engineering International and Building Physics Project Management Urban Planning
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