Course B:Concepts and Theories for the Organization of Contemporary Architectural Space
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Course B:Concepts and Theories for the Organization of Contemporary Architectural Space

Short TitleS.T. ON ARCHITECTURAL SPACE AND COMMUNICATION 8
Academic Year2016-2017
Lesson CategoryCompulsory by choice Module
Semester8
ProfessorsNikolaos-Ion Terzoglou, Assistant Professor

2016-2017

Αρχείο: N.I. Terzoglou-Philosophy+Architecture-2017.pdf
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Ημ/νία τελευταίας τροποποίησης: Wednesday, February 01, 2017
2/1/2017 Course 2016-2017

COURSE CONTENT 2015

Course 2015
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Αρχείο: N.I. Terzoglou-Description of the Course-2015.pdf
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Ημ/νία τελευταίας τροποποίησης: Thursday, March 05, 2015

Course B:Concepts and Theories for the Organization of Contemporary Architectural Space  (sub-pages)

Course Content The course focuses on the philosophical and architectural discourse of European Modernity, covering the period from the Renaissance of the 15th century to Contemporary Times. The aims of the course are: 1. A critical examination of basic ideas and concepts of architectural and philosophical thinking, as these are traced through selected texts written by architects, philosophers and thinkers during the above period. 2. An attempt to unveil and establish possible correlations and correspondences between architectural discourse, the world of philosophical ideas and the intellectual culture of each era, in direct connection with the ‘problem’ of space. 3. An exploration of the timeliness of these ideas and concepts for the enrichment and the meaningful conception and organization of contemporary architectural space.
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Announcements The lesson is taught every Wednesday, from 15:30 to 18:15, at the Laboratory of Architectural Space and Communication (Room T. 412.20) of the Department III, 4th Floor, Tositsa Building.
Contact Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou, Dr. Architect, Assistant Professor E-mail : niterzoglou@arch.ntua.gr