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EDUCATIONAL AND TRAINING PROGRAM

IN ARCHITECTURE OF

THE UNIVERSITY OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM


ION MINCU BUCHAREST

Brussels, 23 September 2008

ION MINCU UNIVERSITY OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM BUCHAREST ROMANIA

ION MINCU 1852 - 1912


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THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

1927

THE MAIN ENTRANCE


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THE NEW BUILDING 1971

THE MAIN HALL


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THE CURRENT CONFIGURATION OF ACADEMIC TRAINING IN ARCHITECTURE IS THE RESULT OF THE REFORM BASED ON THE ROMANIAN TRADITION IN ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION, CONTEMPORARY INFORMATIONS AND INFLUENCES, AS WELL AS ON THE COLLABORATION WITH THE PROFESSIONAL INTERNATIONAL BODIES (UIA UNESCO, EAAE) AND EUROPEAN SCHOOLS OF ARCHITECTURE

Responding to new requirements of a fast changing world:


- an architectural education responsive to the fast changing values of our contemporary culture, of our every day life and attitudes; - an architectural education sensitive to the incredibly fast development of informational technologies;

- an architectural education attentive to an increasingly unstable labor market and more and more specialized professional practice;
- an architectural education prepared to face the big variety of totally new materials and technologies; - an architectural education aware of the rapid deterioration of the environment and the imperative necessity for a built environment less energy consuming and more sustainable; - an architectural education sensitive to the traditional values and local identity.
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New Competences
which would allow the future graduate to confront the architectural practice in a changing society where common demands tend to be permanently reformulated

New Teaching Principles

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to emphasize ways of thinking transcending the limitation of current technologies, norms, methods, customs

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to teach how to think, how to learn, how to deal with


processes and not so much with contents

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to teach fundamentals, not encyclopedias, to explain not to expose, to stimulate intuition, to encourage discovering through investigation and experimentation

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to stimulate thinking about future by selecting problems and issues that have within them the seed for engaging the future idea

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to stimulate the student to re-assemble sequential


information in a global building concept

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to teach sustainability as a way of thinking


architecture

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to privilege process oriented teaching methods

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to understand architecture as process to include life cycle assessment within design process to consider old buildings as reusable resources

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to encourage the knowledge of local constructive


culture and to valorize it in new construction

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EDUCATION STRUCTURE: INTEGRATED BACHELOR AND MASTER DEGREE STUDY DURATION: 12 SEMESTERS, 360 CREDITS DOCUMENT OF FORMAL QUALIFICATION: DIPLOMA DE ARHITECT
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ADMISSION EXAM 2008 285 PLACES 925 CANDIDATES


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ADMISSION JURY 2008 INNER SPORT HALL


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DIPLOMA INTERNATIONAL JURIES 2008 THE HALL OF FRESQUES


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PROF. ARCH. FRANCIS NORDEMANN

PROF ARCH. PER OLAF FJELD


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DIPLOMA PROJECT AWARDED AT RIBA PRESIDENTS MEDALS STUDENT AWARDS 2005 COMMENDATION AT PART 2 SERJEANT AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN DRAWING AT PART 2
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DIPLOMA PRESENTATION
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INTERNATIONAL JURY

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RIBA EVALUATION

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INTRODUCTION IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

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BASICS OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN


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SYNTHESIS OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN


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REPRESENTATIONS ARCHITECTURAL LANGUAGE

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INTERIOR DESIGN

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ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY
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ARCHITECTURAL THEORY
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RESTORATION/REHABILITATION
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HUMANITIES

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STRUCTURES

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ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY

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LEGISLATION AND MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

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ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

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URBANISM
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URBAN DESIGN

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TERRITORY, LANDSCAPE AND ENVIRONMENT

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THE CENTRE FOR ARCHITECTURAL AND URBAN STUDIES

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THE CENTRE FOR ARCHITECTURAL AND VERNACULAR STUDIES DEALU FRUMOS SCHOENBERG TRANSILVANIA
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DOCTOR HONORIS CAUSA - ARCH. RICHARD MEIER

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DOCTOR HONORIS CAUSA PROF.ARCH. ALVARO SIZA


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CURRICULA
1st & 2nd Semesters Architectural Design Studio Representation & PC Graphics Geometry of Architectural Forms Introduction in Contemporary Architecture Evolution of Architectural Phenomenon (1) Architectural Language (1) Introduction in Philosophy Mathematics Static of Built Forms Building Materials 280 h 168 h 42 h 28 h 28 h 28 h 28 h 42 h 42 h 28 h

Strength of Materials
Foreign Languages Practical Training Contact hours / semester:

28 h
56 h 28 h 812 h
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CURRICULA
3rd & 4th Semesters Architectural Design Studio Representation & PC Graphics Evolution of Architectural Phenomenon (2) Architectural Language (2) Architecture Housing - Town Morpho-typological Urban Analysis History of Modern Architecture (1) Environmental Issues in Urban Planning Architectural Construction in Wood and Steel Simple Structures in Wood and Steel Architectural Construction in Masonry and Concrete Concrete and Masonry Structures (1) Foreign Languages Practical Training Contact hours / semester: 280 h 140 h 28 h 28 h 42 h 28 h 28 h 28 h 28 h 28 h 42 h 28 h 56 h 28 h 812 h

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CURRICULA
5th & 6th Semesters Architectural Design Studio Urban Planning Design Studio Furniture Technology & Design CAAD History of Modern Architecture (2) Traditional Architecture in Romania The 19th Century from European Perspective Architecture Context - Landscape Urban Doctrine Finishing and Non-structural Building Components Building Equipments Concrete and Masonry Structures (2) Structural Design Studio Practical Training (Building Site) Optional Courses Contact hours / semester: 266 h 70 h 42 h 14 h 14 h 28 h 28 h 28 h 28 h 84 h 28 h 42 h 28 h 28 h 56 h 812 h
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CURRICULA
7th & 8th Semesters Architectural Design Studio Urban Planning Design Studio Interior Architecture Modern and Contemporary Architecture in Romania Preservation of Historical Heritage Restoration Design Studio Urban Structure Landscape Design Concept Language Speech Buildings Physics Architectural Technology Design Studio Structural Engineering Practical Training (Study Trip) Optional Courses Contact hours / semester: 224 h 112 h 28 h 28 h 28 h 28 h 28 h 28 h 28 h 56 h 84 h 56 h 28 h 56 h 812 h
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CURRICULA
9th & 10th Semesters Architectural Design Studio Urban Planning Design Studio Axiology and Culture Philosophy Aesthetics and Architectural Aesthetic Urban Composition Landscape Design Studio Urban Jurisprudence Urban Management High Performance Structures Complex Building Design Architectural Technology Design Studio Practical Training (Survey) Optional Design Studio
(Urban Planning, Restoration, Interior Design, Architectural Technology)

280 h 70 h 28 h 28 h 42 h 28 h 28 h 28 h 28 h 28 h 42 h 28 h 56 h 56 h 812 h
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Optional Courses Contact hours / semester:

CURRICULA
11th Semester
Restoration Design Studio Economic and Social Efficiency Optional Courses Contact hours / semester: Practical Training in Design Office 28 h 28 h 56 h 112 h 240 h

12th Semester

DISERTATION and DIPLOMA PROJECT

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CURRICULA
Optional Courses
Winter Semester Summer Semester
Graphic Design CAAD The Theory of Monument Central Areas in Big Towns Thinking and Creativity in Design Morphology in Romanian Architecture Styles Fractal Art in Architecture Computer Graphic Design Extreme Housing - Hyper housing Metal in Architecture Management in Design Computer Aided Urban Planning Building Rehabilitation Contemporary Spaces: American Architecture Housing and Extreme Poverty Restoration Techniques Errors in Buildings Design, Execution, Use Architectures Connexions Management of Heritage & Restoration Design Architectural Detailing Crisis and Architectural Vulnerability of Town Hypostasis of Architecture Architecture, Culture, Society Symbolic Geometry Theory and Problematic of the Architect Profession Technology of Sustainable Habitat Morphology of Architectural Styles The Architecture of Un-built Spaces Advanced Programming Techniques in Architecture Tourism & Urban Development Architectural Eco-technology Preservation of Monuments: Types of Interventions History of Human Settlements in Romania History of Visual Arts Current Trends in Structural Design Hypostasis of Contemporary Art Structural Restoration Concept and Behavior in Urban Space Recycling of Built Heritage
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U.A.U.I.M. THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE 11 POINTS DURING THE 6 YEARS OF STUDY

250

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1st year 150 2nd year 3rd year 4th year 100 5th year 6th year

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0 Art. 46 (1)a Art. 46 (1)b Art. 46 (1)c Art. 46 (1)d Art. 46 (1)e Art. 46 (1)f Art. 46 (1)g Art. 46 (1)h Art. 46 (1)i Art. 46 (1)j Art. 46 (1)k

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U.A.U.I.M. GRADUATE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS (11 POINTS)

j 4% i 7%

k 5%

optionals 8%

a 14% a b b 13% c d e f g h

h 11%

c 7%

i j k optionals

g 6%

f 6%

d 9% e 10%

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METHODS U.A.U.I.M.TRAINING - TRAINING ACTIVITIES


1800

Course; 1333

Course
Practical work- laboratory; 671

1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0

Debate-seminar
Architectural design- workshop; 1584

Practical work- laboratory Architectural design- workshop Optionals

Debate-seminar; 506

1333 502 30,2% 11,4% 41,6% THEORETICAL TRAINING

671 1584 15,2% 35,3% 51,1% PRACTICAL TRAINING

322 7,3% OPTIONALS

Optionals; 322

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Introduction to architecture design

Bases of architecture design Synthesis of architecture design Interior Design Representations Architectural Language Humanities Architectural History Architectural Theory Restoration/ Conservation Structures Architectural Technology Legislation and Management Professional Practice Environmental Control & Sustainability Development

1386 70 392 196 8.9% 4,5% 140 406 182 84 294 504 210 534 168
12,1% 3,8%

546 490

U.A.U.I.M. GRADUATE THE MAIN TEACHING AREA

31,4% 9,2% 11,4% 154 504 7,3% 266 11,4% 84 322


Urbanism Urban design
Territory, Landscape and Environment

Optionals

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Specialty Certification
Supplementary competences mentioned in Diploma Supplement

The Departments coordinating the training activities in specific disciplinary areas (as are Restoration, Design, Architectural Technology, Urbanism) encourage the

students to specialize their architectural education and thoroughly study


particular aspects of the mentioned areas, by extra curricular optional training; finally, the same Departments certify these supplementary competences of the graduates in order to be mentioned in the Diploma Supplement.

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