Make the student acquainted with the main methods of drawing, study and application of tools and imaging techniques, indispensable for understanding and communication of the project itself;
make the student acquainted with traditional representation techniques and offer a basic knowledge of elements needed for the bi-dimensional and tri-dimensional vector representation of the project;
make the student analyze vector design processes , highlighting automation implications in the project;
supply the skills needed for the creation of digital models and drafting on paper of graphic tables of the project with the application of digital representation tools and of specific study cases.
Understanding the use of terminology of traditional and digital design.
Control of traditional and digital tools in project representation.
Analysis, creation and representation of a case study.
Comprehension and communication of project idea.
Introduction: course presentation.
Design coding in project communication.
Orthogonal projections, prospect design, section, dimensioning.
Introduction to digital design: use of software in project representation.
The bases of digital design: bi-dimensional vector representation and file management.
Setting and printout of a digital table.
Students must submit a portfolio with all exercises done during the course together with a project representation to be agreed with the teacher.
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