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慶應義塾大学湘南藤沢キャンパス
授業概要(シラバス)


建築設計と環境デザイン (ガロウェイ, ウイリアム ディビッド

    2017年度春学期 水曜日4時限
    科目コード: C2021 / 2単位
    カテゴリ: 10.先端科目-環境情報系(学部)


1. 主題と目標/授業の手法など

    The class will be taught in English, with some Japanese as appropriate or necessary.

    The chief objective of the class is to gain a critical understanding of the theories and technology used to create sustainable architecture and sustainable urban form in the context of the development of modern architecture. As sustainable design becomes more mainstream there is an emerging sophistication about the topic that incorporates social issues, economics, and policy. The course is designed with the intention that students will discuss the issues in class and that a deeper understanding about the potential for sustainable design can be developed both individually and collectively.


    No existing knowledge of architecture or planning is necessary.


2. 教材・参考文献

    There is no core textbook. Related reading materials, handouts, links, and powerpoint presentations will be distributed in class. A reading list will be made available for those who are interested in pursuing topics in greater depth.
    授業でよく使う教科書は特にありません。授業にいて、トピックに関する読み物、資料、リンクやパワーポイントなどが配布されます。さらに深く学びたい生徒は、読み物リストがもらえます。


3. 授業計画

    第1回 Introduction - Innovation, Sustainability and the world we are building
    Why do we need to rethink the way cities and buildings are made?
    Rachel Carson, QWERTY, and the evolution of a problem.

    第2回 Energy Use and resources - the limits of what we have
    The importance of energy and other resources in the pursuit of sustainability. Introduction to the challenges of vulnerability and resiliency-building in the built environment.

    第3回 Thinking about the City
    Considers the origins of urban form, from the industrial revolution to the present, and looks to the ways cities are changing under contemporary pressures.

    第4回 Thinking about Architecture
    The way that we consider architecture in terms of sustainability today is strongly influenced by the history of modern architecture and its view of technology.

    第5回 Modernity?
    Many of the concepts about how we live today come from a philosophical movement that began in the late 17th century. The modern movement and its roots in the enlightenment are considered in terms of the current world we live in.

    第6回 The Role of Society
    The three pillars of sustainable development. resolving energy issues is not sufficient to develop real sustainable society. Can the role of social issues be addressed through architecture and planning?

    第7回 Utopia
    Sustainable design is a kind of utopian model. The challenges and pitfalls of that approach are set out and discussed.

    第8回 Eating with Cannibals
    Is it progress if cannibals eat with forks? How much real change has taken place in the conception of architecture and in green design since the beginning of modern environmental awareness in the 1960's?

    第9回 From Cradle to Cradle
    What would the world be like if there was no such thing as pollution?
    Innovation in design is essential to the creation of sustainability, but our focus tends to be on improving efficiency and on technical fixes. The possibility of an entirely different approach is introduced in the form of cradle to cradle

    第10回 Engineering Society
    Utopia lost its potency as a concept for much of the last 30 years. Planners and architects instead devoted their time to less encompassing ideas, as confidence in their ability to create perfection through design was lost in the face of the grim results of previous experience. In recent years confidence in big ideas is returning, with the philosophical centre being replaced with ideas about sustainability. The question remains open, is utopia possible, or even desirable?

    第11回 Broadacre City and Waltopia
    Low density is the norm in many Western cities. The role of private transportation transformed modern cities and is difficult to ignore. Is density or dispersion the better approach towards creating sustainable urban form?

    第12回 Nostalgia or Futurism
    Building on the previous lecture, what form should urban planning take to be truy sustainable?

    第13回 What Can A Building Do?
    Looking back to previous lectures, what does a successfully green building look like? What criteria are sufficient and how do they measure up in terms of the three pillars?

    第14回 Mitigation to Adaptation - the future of sustainable thinking
    The need for resiliency in the built environment is demonstrated with nearly every natural disaster. What lessons can we take from these occurrences and how do we apply them?


4. 提出課題・試験・成績評価の方法など

    Class participation - 20% - Regular class attendance and participation in class discussions. Presentation - 30% - Students are required to prepare a short presentation to be given in class. Paper - 50% - Students choose a topic and research issues related to the content of the course.


5. 履修上の注意・その他

    The course is open to all students interested in the topic of sustainable design. Willingness to read texts in English is expected.


6. 前提科目

    なし


7. 履修条件

    The class will be taught in both English and Japanese as required


8. 旧科目との関係

    なし


9. 授業URL


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