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Faculty of Architecture

COURSE SYLLABUS

URBAN DESIGN - TRANSFORMATIONS OF URBAN STRUCTURES




Course title in English Urban Design - urban structure transformation

Academic major: Architecture and Urban Planning


Study cycle and study mode: Second cycle, full-time/part-time

Course type: elective

Course code: AUA 105663W, AUA 105664P

Group of courses: NO









Lecture

Tutorial

Lab

Project

Seminar

Number of contact hours

30







45




Number of student workload hours

60







90




Grading policy

Examination







credit




ECTS points:

2







3




Including ECTS points for practical hours (P)










3




Including ECTS points for contact hours (CH)

1







1







PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCIES

  • Knowledge of the basic issues relating to the design of complexes of single-family and multi-family houses.

  • Knowledge of issues of 1st cycle of study in the field of urban design courses.




COURSE OBJECTIVES

C1. To familiarize students with the system of spatial planning and the basic tools of spatial policy, methods of preparing analyzes of internal and external conditions and the interpretation of their results.

C2. To develop skills in developing and presenting spatial development project for a building complex with greenery and selected urban facilities.

C3. To develop skills in preparing land use plan for selected urban area.






COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


Related to knowledge:

PEK_W01 Demonstrate knowledge of the spatial planning system and basic tools of spatial policy in Poland and the EU.

PEK_W02 Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary ideas of shaping space in cities.

PEK_W03 Identify principles of formulating local zoning plans for advanced urban complexes using the applicable notation.

PEK_W04 Demonstrate broad knowledge which takes into consideration the interdisciplinary character of circumstances of urban planning.

PEK_W05 Demonstrate advanced knowledge of parameters of traffic engineering and the principles of designing roads, streets, cycle lanes, pedestrian precincts and parking lots and equipment of technical infrastructure.

PEK_W06 Identify the regulations and procedures of formulating local land-use plans.
zoning and their impact on the investment.

Related to skills:

PEK_U01 Prepare complex analysis of external and internal circumstances


and their synthesis and interpret the results.

PEK_U02 Interpret guidelines from superior planning studies and implement them


in professional design practice.

PEK_U03 Identify and characterize elements of urban structures and classify functions.


urban

PEK_U04 Develop the spatial structure of urban complexes with consideration of


the functional program, communication services, spatial composition, connections
with service centers and green areas.

PEK_U05 Characterize urban coefficients and parameters and understand relations between them.

PEK_U06 Start creative work in design.
urban.

PEK_U07 Prepare and present the result of their design work in the form of a local land-use plan


zoning of increasing complexity, taking into account
technical , social, natural, cultural and legal requirements

PEK_U08 Demonstrate skills in developing the human environment with consideration of relationships


between people and buildings and space.

PEK_U09 Solve different types of spatial problems and conflicts.



Related to social competencies:

PEK_K01 Understand the impact of provisions of land-use plans


on the urban shape and functioning of space.

PEK_K02 Understand the role of urban planners in developing a valuable and safe space.

PEK_K03 Understand the profession of architect - urban planner and the influence of studies they create
on the quality of environment.

PEK_K04 Demonstrate readiness to start work in urban planning studios, units


local administration responsible for urban development.

PEK_K05 Demonstrate readiness to start research work in the areas of urban design.






CURRICULUM CONTENT

Mode of teaching - lectures

Number
hours

Lec1

Scope of the lecture, course completion requirements, literature.
The role of the study of circumstances and trends of the spatial development of the commune in city development.

2

Lec2

Scope of analyzes related to external circumstances
and internal of urbanized space.

2

Lec3

Superior planning documents: the concept of national spatial development plan, zoning plan for province, national and regional operational programs.

2

Lec4

Ideas for developing city space.

2

Lec5

Typology of city structures.
Exogenous and endogenous functions of cities.

2

Lec6

The role of local planning in the development of space.
Planning tools - local land use plans.
The role of "special laws" in the shaping of space.

2

Lec7

Principles of designing transport systems in the city: vehicular, pedestrian, cycling, rail communication and public transport.

2

Lec8

Principles of functional program development of the urban planning team: idea of school unit, idea of the sustainable development.


Hierarchy of service centers.



2

Lec9

Creating a balance of land use, parameters and indicators.

2

Lec10

Overview of selected examples of developing urban developments.

2

Lec11

Elements of Urban Design

2

Lec12

Interpretation of planning guidelines in the land-use plan.

2

Lec13

Design of public space in cities - overview of selected examples.

2

Lec14

Problems of contemporary cities.

2

Lec15

Relations of architectural structures with surrounding urbanized space.

2




Total hours

30




Mode of teaching - project

Number

hours


Pr1

Overview of the scope of the project, course completion requirements, literature. Handing out of output materials for the project.

3

Pr2

PRESENTATIONS

Overview of aggregate determinants in the form of presentation:



  • external factors related to location and communication;

  • natural and cultural circumstances;

  • internal conditions (guidelines from the study and the adjacent master plans)

3

Pr3

CONSULTATIONS.

Overview and summary of the problems associated with presentations during previous classes - summary.


Schematic diagram, inspirations - examples of solutions

3

Pr4

CONSULTATIONS.

  • vehicular and pedestrian communication schemes;.

  • scheme of pedestrian communication links, green and recreational areas.

3

Pr5

CONSULTATIONS.

  • functional program, (housing, services);

  • distribution scheme of commercial facilities.

3

Pr6

CONSULTATIONS.

  • site summary,

  • composition diagram,

  • urban visualizations ,

  • choosing the project area of urban concept.

3

Pr7

2nd PRESENTATION OF PROJECTS.

  • functional and spatial schemes - 1:5000 scale,

  • functional program,

  • site summary.

3

Pr8

CONSULTATIONS.
Overview and summary of the problems associated with projects. The urban concept of the selected area at a scale of 1:2000 with elements of planning arrangements: basic and complementary functions of areas, lines dividing areas of functional units, frontage, walls of green, markings of the functions of areas, public pathways, compositional elements, parameters
and indicators pertaining to the development of land and buildings (building height, building intensity, the shape of roofs, building area index, share, biologically active areas, the indicator of parking places, defining public spaces).

3

Pr9

CONSULTATIONS.

Urban sections



3

Pr10

CONSULTATIONS.

Model - scale 1:1000



3

Pr11

3RD PRESENTATION OF PROJECTS. The urban concept of a selected area – 1:1000/1:500 scale

3

Pr12

CONSULTATIONS - Design of selected public space – projection at a scale of 1:1000/1:500

3

Pr13

CONSULTATIONS - Design of selected public space – sections

3

Pr14

CONSULTATIONS - Design of selected public space – visualizations

3

Pr15

Presentation and submission of final projects.

Credit


3




Total hours

45



TEACHING TOOLS


        1. Lecture with multimedia presentation

        2. Individual project consultations with the instructor.

        3. In-class assignments on a given topic.

        4. Own work - preparation of the project for presentation and submission.

  1. Individual work – study and preparation for the final examination.


ASSESSMENT OF ACHIEVEMENT OF LEARNING OUTCOMES

Lecture

Assessment (F – formative (during the semester), S – summative (at the end of semester)

Number of learning outcome

Method of assessing the achievement of

the learning outcome



P

PEK_W01  PEK_W06

PEK_U01  PEK_U09

PEK_K01  PEK_K05


Written exam


Project

Assessment (F – formative (during the semester), S – summative (at the end of semester)

Number of learning outcome

Method of assessing the achievement of

the learning outcome



F1

PEK_U01  PEK_U4

Presentation of project.

F2

PEK_U05  PEK_U7

Presentation of project.

F3

PEK_U08  PEK_U09

Presentation of project.

F4




project

P =F1x0,2+F2x0,2+F3x0,2+F4x0,4







BASIC AND ADDITIONAL LITERATURE

basic literature

  1. Chmielewski Jan Maciej, Teoria urbanistyki w projektowaniu i planowaniu miast, Oficyna Wydawnicza Politechniki Warszawskiej, Warszawa 2001;

  2. Chmielewski Jan Maciej, Więcławowicz G.(red.) Studium uwarunkowań i kierunków zagospodarowania przestrzennego, a miejscowe plany zagospodarowania przestrzennego, Komitet Przestrzennego Zagospodarowania Kraju PAN, Warszawa 2010;

  3. Duanay Andres, The smart growth manual, New York ,  McGraw-Hill 2010

  4. Gehl Jan, Życie między budynkami. Użytkowanie przestrzeni publicznych, Kraków 2009;

  5. French Hilary, New urban housing / Hilary French., Laurence King, London, 2009.

  6. Wejchert Kazimierz, Elementy kompozycji urbanistycznej, Arkady, 2008;
  7. Ustawa z dnia 27 marca 2003r o planowaniu zagospodarowaniu przestrzennym.(Dz. U. Nr 80, poz.717 z późn.zm.);


  8. Lance Jay Brown, Urban design for an urban century: placemaking for people, John Wiley & Sons, cop. Hoboken 2009;

  9. Lorens Piotr. Gospodarowanie przestrzenią, a polityka równoważenia rozwoju. Urbanista 9/2005;

  10. Ostrowski W., Wprowadzenie do historii budowy miast. Ludzie i środowisko, Oficyna Wydawnicza Politechniki Warszawskiej, Warszawa 1996;


additional literature
  1. Charter of Athens.

  2. New Charter of Athens.

  3. Yeang, Ken, Ecomasterplanning , Wiley, Chichester 2009;

  4. Zuziak Zbigniew K. O tożsamości urbanistyki , Wydawnictwa PK, Kraków 2009.

  5. Longstreth R., City Center to Regional Mall, MIT Press, Cambridge 1997;

  6. Parysek, Jerzy Jan , Miasta polskie na przełomie dwudziestego i dwudziestego pierwszego wieku, BWN, Poznań 2005;

  7. Ustawa z dnia 7 lipca 1994 r. - Prawo budowlane (Dz.U. z 1994 Nr 89 poz. 414 z późn.zm.);

  8. Ustawa z dnia 21 marca 1985 r. o drogach publicznych (Dz.U. 1994 nr 89 poz. 414 z późn.zm.);


  9. Korzeniewski W., Parkingi i garaże dla samochodów osobowych, COIB, Warszawa 1997;
  10. Rozporządzenie Ministra Infrastruktury z dnia 26 sierpnia 2003 r. w sprawie wymaganego zakresu projektu miejscowego planu zagospodarowania przestrzennego (Dz. U. Nr 164, poz. 1587);

  11. Rozporządzenie Ministra Infrastruktury z dnia 12 kwietnia 2002 r. w sprawie warunków technicznych, jakim powinny odpowiadać budynki i ich usytuowanie. (Dz.U. z 2002 Nr 75 poz. 690 z późn.zm.);

  12. Rozporządzenie Ministra Transportu i Gospodarki Morskiej z dnia 2 marca 1999 r. w sprawie warunków technicznych, jakim powinny odpowiadać drogi publiczne i ich usytuowanie (Dz.U. 1999 nr 43 poz. 430).





COURSE ADVISOR (NAME, SURNAME, E-MAIL)

Robert Masztalski PhD, robert.masztalski@pwr.wroc.pl




EQUIVALENCY MATRIX OF LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR COURSE

URBAN DESIGN - TRANSFORMATIONS OF URBAN STRUCTURES

WITH THE LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING MAJOR





Course learning outcome

Relation of course outcome with learning outcomes formulated for the major

Course

objectives



Curriculum content

Number of teaching tool

PEK_W01 PEK_W06

K2AiU_W01, K2AiU_W02,

K2AiU_W03, K2AiU_W06,

K2AiU_W07


C1 3

Lec1 Lec15

16

PEK_U01 PEK_U08

K2AiU_U04, K2AiU_U04,

K2AiU_U07, K2AiU_U08



C1 3

Pr.1 Pr15

1 6

PEK_K01 PEK_K05

K2AiU_K02, K2AiU_K03


C1 3

Lec.Lec15

Pr1Pr15


16




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