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ΕΑ502 – Structural Art ΙV

The module is an introduction to the principles of contemporary construction in terms of standardisation and application of lightweight structural systems, while contemporary morphologic approaches in relation to the possibilities offered by evolving technologies are examined.
Construction standardization, 3D construction hemp, reusable building blocks, assembled and disassembled components.
It discusses methodologies of construction standardisation, three-dimensional construction grids, reusable structural components, assembled and disassembled elements.
The basic principles and characteristics of special lightweight structures are analysed, which can be easily transformed, providing a separate chapter of knowledge and exercise in the context of both large-scale and small-scale architectural construction and interior. Considering this, applications of small-scale structures located either indoors (kiosks inside large exhibition spaces, installations etc.) or in urban space (pavilions, parasites, minimum residences etc.) are presented.
Material properties, construction and connections are analysed. Basic means of infrastructure (electricity, plumbing, mechanical installations) are discussed. Particular reference is made to easy assemblage / disassemblage and storage of the structure’s elements, the study of nodes and the typologies that provide the possibility of the addition or removal of parts to allow for multiple uses.
Regarding the design/synthetic part of the module and more specifically the design of lightweight structures and building elements, the students are invited to elaborate on design issues related to small-scale structures, located either outdoors or indoors, as well as their interior space and equipment.

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Code: ΕΑ502

Study semester: 5th

ECTS: 4

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Hours / Week: 4

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Workload / semester: 100

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