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ΕΑ106 – Interior Architecture I

Interior Architecture I, is an introduction to basic issues of architectural design. It deals with elements of space, its geometry, its basic vocabulary, as well as its functionality. The theory and application of the subject aims at guiding into the formulation of an initial approach to the architectural composition of interiors. The main objectives of the course are the understanding of fundamental architectural concepts and issues of analysis and composition of space, the development of creativity, experimentation, exploration, formulation of multiple approaches and ideas of an architectural composition, but also familiarity with various expressive means and visual techniques. The course approaches, through experimentation and research, the correct understanding of space starting from its metric mapping followed by the understanding of its proper application.

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Professor: Kostas Papagoutis, MSc

Code: ΕΑ106

Study semester: 1st

ECTS: 6

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Hours/week: 6

Type: Special Infrastructure Courses (SIC)

Workload / semester: 100

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