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Architecture Theory and Philosophy in Modern Era

Code AR3913
Credits 3
Description Information technology has revolutionary changed the way how present and future architects designing their buildings and environment. Virtually, digital technology offers an unlimited possibility in design. Responsible architecture, however, should always be based on a strong theoretical and philosophical foundation, which also need to develop in this new era of digital. This course has been prepared: (1) to discuss thoughts and philosophy which influence architectural concepts, (2) to discuss ideology, ideas and styles in architecture, including post industrial revolution, modernism, post-modernism, late-modernism, metabolism, pattern language, deconstruction, futurism, and minimalism, and (3) to discuss concepts from knowledge (rationalism) and empirics (pragmatism, post-modernism, phenomenologism, modernism and structuralism.
General Instructional Objective After completing this course, students are capable to do research on architecture theory and philosophy.
Tutor A. Setiadi; F.C.J.S. Tanudjaja.
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