Subject: Contemporary theories and technologies applied to architecture, urbanism and design (12 - A602)

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Scientific or art field:Architectural-Urbanistic Planning, Design and Theory
Course specification

Course is active from 19.10.2012..

Course which have preconditioned courses Contemporary theories and technologies applied to architecture, urbanism and design

Course idMandatoryMandatory
Contemporary theories and technologies applied to architecture, urbanism and design 1YesNo
The main objectives of this course are: 1 Understanding of the various theoretical and social events that have, in the last century, lead to the formation of the current architectural trends, 2nd Relation of architect to their work and the culture in general, 3 Impact of society and politics on architectural practice 4th Defining the influence of modern scientific and technological discoveries in the process of materialization of architectural structure and the process of developing the program together with the concept of spatial and functional analogy.
Student's ability to analyze the theoretical concepts and observations of social phenomena in the process of creating / designing and ability to looks at the issues that arise in this process on rational, logical and coherent way. Gaining knowledge about the impact of discoveries from variety of natural and technological disciplines in the development of architectural theory and practice.
Architecture seen as an amalgam of the development of science, technology, philosophy. Impact of information society on architecture : new demands, new ways of living, new materialization and meeting of those needs through technological development. Is the future comprised entirely of curved surfaces? - Dilemmas and challenges of modern time. From particular concern will be the theme of the relationship of general social trends to personal interpretations of designer through design itself.
Lectures, exercises, consultations, written exam
Sudjic, DeyanThe Language of Things: Understanding the World of Desirable Objects2009W. W. Norton & CompanyEnglish
Foster, HalThe Anti-Aesthetic: Essays on Postmodern Culture2002New PressEnglish
Foster, HalThe Return of the Real: The Avante-Garde at the End of the Century1996MIT PressEnglish
Foster, HalThe Art-Architecture Complex2011VersoEnglish
Foster, HalRecodings: Art, Spectacle, Cultural Politics1998New PressEnglish
Baudrillard, Jean; Benedict, JamesThe System of Objects (Radical Thinkers) 2006VersoEnglish
Bart, RolandMythologies1976Farrar, Straus and GirouxEnglish
De Landa, ManuelA thousand years of nonlinear history2000SwerveEnglish
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Exercise attendanceYesYes5.00
Oral part of the examNoYes30.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Atanacković-Jeličić Jelena
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Sekulić Mirjana
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Kojić Radomir
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Ecet Dejan
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Todorov Marko
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