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1 Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology Architectural Technology: Course Overviews, Objectives and Goals Use Bookmarks to the left to jump to a course: Semester Course No. Course Title Fall 106 Fundamentals of Architectural Drafting Fall 111 Materials of Construction Fall 116 Drawing Residential Details Fall 121 Introduction to CAD Spring 156 Specifications, Estimating, & Contracts Spring 161 Working Drawings Spring 166 Rendering and Illustration Spring 171 Applications of CAD Arch Fundamentals of Architectural Drafting (3 credits) Overview: This course serves as an introduction to the world of architectural drafting, a basic communication skill necessary in the professional office. Everything we do this year is devoted to communication of design concepts and to communication of instructions to people building the structure that we have designed. Course format will include lectures and demonstrations coupled with reading assignments. We will investigate and analyze drawings and other means to communicate architecture. This course will provide the means for the student to explore and develop individual capabilities through communication of students' ideas and thoughts by means of graphic representation. Course Objectives: 1. Develop an understanding of the possibilities and limitations of various drawing and drafting techniques 2. Examine past architectural drawing samples done by professional firms 3. Learn and develop lettering skills

2 4. Consider how all these hand-drawn communication techniques relate to CAD! 5. Acquaint the student with information resources, such as Sweet's, graphic standards, manufacturer's literature, and others 6. Learn the vocabulary, spelling, and abbreviations unique to architectural drafting and technology 7. Introduction to the CSI format system 8. Learn what tools are necessary for architectural drafting/drawing 9. Learn how to use selected drafting tools- properly and efficiently 10. Learn basic drawing technique - focus on freehand drawing/details 12. Learn techniques for orthographic drawing 13. Overview of professional architectural careers 14. Learn and develop skills: Line drawings Bubble diagram Four main drawing types - plan, section, elevation, perspective 15. Review of current printing and reproduction techniques, especially those effective in the architectural workplace 16. Learn and develop skills to represent materials in architecture. Shadow and light, glass, materials, and others 17. Learn and develop skills to show entourage; people, cars, and trees 18. Deepen lettering skills 19. Continue to learn vocabulary, spelling, and abbreviations unique to architectural drafting and technology 20. Review of the CSI format system 21. Create metric drawings 22. Create non-metric drawings of residential construction techniques Student Work: The work for the semester will include: 1. Reading assignments from textbooks and other references 2. Class participation and interaction 3. Short drawing/drafting skill building exercises 4. Quizzes covering lectures, reading assignments, and other information 5. Graphic assignments Student Evaluation: Students will be evaluated on the following: 1. Class participation and interaction 2. Completion of all assigned work 3. Accuracy and competency of completed assignments 4. Quizzes Grading Standards A = 90 TO 100 B = 80 TO 89

3 C = 70 TO 79 D = 60 to 69 F = below 60 Allocation Of Course Work Project/exercises = 65 % Chapter tests = 25 % Final Exam = 10 % Student evaluation includes: 1. Class participation and interaction 2. Completion of all assigned work 3. Accuracy and competency of completed assignments 4. Final Exam Arch Materials of Construction (3 credits) Overview: This course presents the most fundamental aspects of the design profession. The application and technology of materials - the basic building blocks of any designed environment. It is through a solid understanding of what materials do in the hands of the Architectural designer/drafter that buildings come to life. An appreciation of the limits and the potential of materials is fundamental to well executed designs. Course format will include lectures, reading assignments, chapter tests, and exercises. We will investigate and analyze actual materials and their application as a means to give form and substance to our creative ideas Students will become familiar, in general terms, with what Building Materials are and how they relate to the overall design and construction process. Course Objectives: 1. Become familiar with typical construction materials 2. Become familiar with material uses and applications 3. Learn basic structural design as a foundation for second-year, structural design courses 4. Learn how to show materials in detail Competencies: 1. List properly selected materials for specific design problems 2. List major characteristics for light wood framing wood materials 3. List major characteristics for heavy timber framing materials 4. List major characteristics for steel materials

4 5. List major characteristics for concrete materials 6. List major characteristics for interior design problem materials 7. List major characteristics for exterior design problem materials Arch Drawing Residential Details (3 credits) Overview: The famous Architect, Mies Van Der Rohe ( ) once said, "God is in the Details." The primary focus of this course is for the student to research specific building-elements that are necessary to put a building together. Creating details requires good problem solving techniques, therefore this course will be more than just memorization of a particular detail for a given situation, but will also challenge the student to apply knowledge and creativity in the development of details. We will learn typical, standard details that are applicable to residential construction. The student will learn where to find information about building construction and how to develop that information into details. This course is about communication to the construction crew. The student will create both sketch details and drafted details. Course format will include lectures and demonstrations coupled with reading assignments. The students will complete a series of drawings and exercises showing typical details and drafting skills Students will become familiar with what detailing is, how to draw typical, residential details, and how detailing relates to the overall design and construction process. Course Objectives: 1. Learn where to find design data 2. Learn techniques of problem solving as an approach to logical thinking 3. Draw details based on construction industry standards 4. Communicate information through the details with clarity and precision. Competencies: 1. Estimate sizes and draw framing plans for wood construction 2. Draw details showing materials and connections for light wood framing 3. Draw details showing materials and connections for heavy timber framing 4. Draw details showing materials and connections steel materials 5. Draw details showing materials and connections for concrete materials 6. Draw details showing materials and connections for interior design problems 7. Draw details showing materials and connections for exterior design problems Arch Introduction to CAD (3 credits) Overview: Course format will include lectures and demonstrations coupled with reading

5 assignments. The course is an intensive introduction to CAD including computer literacy, the hardware, the software, input, output, and printing. Students will learn current AutoCAD (the industry standard program), introductory computer drafting skills and complete over 16 drawing exercises. As this Computer Aided Drawing (CAD) course is part of the Architectural Technology Department, we will explore the ways that AutoCAD works for designers. We will not be drawing nuts and bolts (no offense to the mechanical drafting people)! We will be concerned with architectural elements: floor plans, lighting, furniture, wall treatments, and other such elements. This course should be fun and relevant for architectural designers. The work in this course is designed to empower the students to begin to use CAD in their design work. Students will become familiar with AutoCAD - use this software with confidence in all applicable courses, and develop a solid foundation. Students will graduate with an appropriate entry level of CAD skills at the end of two years of instruction. Course Objectives: General objectives for this first year of CAD During the course you will design and draw (on the computer, naturally): 1. Residential designs with furniture 2. Commercial facilities with furniture 3. Reflected ceiling plans 4. Lighting plans 5. Three-dimensional views of design elements and spaces Specific Course Objectives for this Semester: 1. Be familiar with and use up to 100 AutoCAD commands (by year's end) 2. Plot out drawings 3. Learn to draw electronically (it's easier than it sounds) 4. Be familiar with Windows 95 and computer hardware 5. Use coordinate systems and draw in 2-D 6. Make and use symbols and blocks 7. Learn to dimension and control dimensioning 8. Develop self - confidence in using AutoCAD Arch Specifications, Estimating, & Contracts (2 credits) Course Description: This survey course is designed to familiarize the student with three important aspects of professional practice, relating to Architectural Technology. These three study areas are: Construction Specifications - The course presents the legal and technical

6 sections of a typical construction specification. Differences between residential, commercial, and federal specifications will be explored. Course format will include lectures and reading assignments. We will investigate and analyze actual specifications as a means to communicate the designer's intent and the obligations of the contractor. This course will provide the means for the student to explore and develop typical outline specification sections and will familiarize the student with the CSI format. Estimating - This course presents the basics of cost estimating for construction. Students will learn the fundamental principles necessary to prepare a simple cost estimate. All projects require at least an awareness of the relative cost of materials, construction techniques, and methods. Rarely do clients come into the designer's office with an "unlimited " budget (although this is often hoped for). Working in a construction firm requires constant cost checking and carefully prepared budgets. Contracts - The student needs to know what sorts of provisions make up typical construction contracts, to become familiar with legal language contained in contracts, and to understand the link between contracts, government regulations, and working drawings. Students will become familiar, in general terms, with what a Construction Specification is, how it is written, and how it relates to the overall design and construction process. Specific Specification Course Component Objectives for this Semester: 1. Become familiar with general construction specifications - the legal and technical sections 2. Become familiar with and understand what a minimum construction specification is 3. Learn the CSI format - the detailed information system and use 4. Learn about computerized specification writing 5. Understand how the specification compliments the drawings 6. Learn when to show information on the drawings and when to show information in the specification Specific Estimating Course Component Objectives for this Semester: 1. Become familiar with typical construction cost estimating methods and resources 2. Become familiar with material take-offs and labor costs 3. Learn the difference between approximate and detailed cost estimate methods 4. Learn a typical, systematic cost estimating method to develop costs 5. Learn about the use of industry standard estimating forms 6. Learn how to use the computer (simple spreadsheet program) to document and analyze cost estimates

7 Specific Contract Course Component Objectives for this Semester: 1. Become familiar with standards AIA documents 2. Understand what provisions make up the agreement between owner and contractor, between owner and designer, and between professional consultants. 3. Understand how the contract relates to the drawings and specifications. COMPETENCIES for Specifications and Contracts: Skills (the student will be able to): 1. Pull out specific equipment specification sections for a house. 2. Research and word-process a single page specification following the threepart CSI uniform format. 3. Write a standard drawing specification note section. Knowledge (the student will understand): 1. All parts of a standard specification. 2. Legal responsibilities. 3. The difference between prescriptive and performance specifications. 4. The CSI standard format of 16 sections. 5. "Minimum" construction specifications. COMPETENCIES for Estimating: Skills (the student will be able to): 1. Explain what is involved in developing an estimate of building costs. 2. Estimate the cost of residential construction using the square foot or cubic foot method. 3. Generate industry standard take-off and computer cost estimates. Knowledge (the student will understand): 1. The breakdown of costs for home construction. 2. Take-off procedures. 3. Where to obtain cost data. 4. The CSI standard format of 16 sections, as related to estimating. 5. Computer estimating programs. Arch Rendering and Illustration (2 credits) OVERVIEW In one way or another, all design projects must be graphically presented to a client in a way that is understandable by people who can't read the typical architectural elevation. Most projects also require some thought on the part of the designer as how the building fits into the environment. Generally, models and rendered illustrations ("the artist's view") provide the means to visualize a building. This course will focus on current techniques of illustration and

8 rendering. Much rendering is now done on the computer. We will use the computer to help with our illustration work. Work in this course builds on skills explored in previous courses. This course is not necessarily designed to make students into artists, but the course will give students the tools essential to explain their designs to a client; and who knows... the students' budding artistic genius for rendering and animation may be unleashed during this course COURSE OBJECTIVES: Learn the fundamentals of residential illustration Learn the elements of preliminary presentation Demonstrate competence using color (various media will be used) Demonstrate competence using entourage Demonstrate competence assembling a single "board" of various views of a building Demonstrate knowledge of rendering programs, including 3-D Studio COMPETENCIES Skills: (student will be able to) 1. Draw interior 1-point perspective 2. Draw 2-point exterior perspective 3. Draw shade and shadows 4. Draw typical entourage 5. Create computer renderings 6. Create computer animations Knowledge:(student will understand) 1. Shadow theory and shade theory 3. 1, 2, and 3 point perspective theory 4. Contemporary rendering media 5. Relationship of viewer to horizon, vanishing points, and finished perspective. 6. Methods of perspective projection and estimation. 7. Specialized vocabulary for rendering by hand and by computer. Arch Working Drawings (4 credits) Course Description: In some measure, this is the "fun" course where students design their own house. The "work" part of the course is the problem of executing a complex and complete set of drawings, that includes; site plan, floor plan, elevations, building sections, wall section, some details, and schedules. This course will have several parts leading up the actual student design. We will explore the fundamentals of project design through lecture, readings and short graphic projects. Students will then design their own house, based on the instructor's program, prepare preliminary presentation drawings, create a

9 model, and prepare a final set of working drawings. Most of the graphic work will be done via CAD. Students will demonstrate their ability and competency to prepare a complete set of residential working drawings; and will demonstrate their understanding of how working drawings relate to the overall design and construction process. Specific Course Objectives for this Semester: 1. Learn the fundamentals of residential design 2. Learn the elements of preliminary presentation 3. Demonstrate competence in assembling working drawings 4. Demonstrate a working knowledge of framing 5. Demonstrate a working knowledge of detailing COMPETENCIES: Skills (the student will be able to): Research, draw, and assemble a complete set of working drawing for a 2,000 square foot residence. Knowledge (the student will understand): 1. All parts of a standard set of working drawings. 2. Presentation techniques. 3. How to use CADD to create working drawings. Student Work: The work for the course will include: 1. Reading assignments from textbooks and other references 2. Class participation and interaction 3. Development of a complete set of working drawings (residential) 4. Assignments based on lectures, readings, and other sources 5. Skill building exercises 6. Quizzes and tests covering lectures, reading assignments, and other information Arch Applications of CAD (3 credits) Overview: Course format will include lectures and demonstrations coupled with reading assignments, plus substantial CAD assignments. The course is an intensive follow-up to CAD 201, which served as an introduction to CAD. Course content will continue to build computer skills, including: computer literacy, the hardware, the software, input, output, and printing.

10 As this Computer Aided Drawing (CAD) course is part of the Architectural Technology Department, we will explore, in depth, the ways that AutoCAD works for designers. We will be concerned with architectural elements: floor plans, lighting, furniture, wall treatments, and other such elements. The work in this course is designed to encourage and empower the students to use CAD in their design work. Students will become familiar with AutoCAD, use this software with confidence in all applicable courses, and develop a solid foundation of CAD skills designed to give the student appropriate entry level CAD skills at the end of two years of instruction. Course Objectives: General objectives for this first year of CAD During the course you will design and draw (on the computer, naturally): 1. Residential designs with furniture 2. Commercial facilities with furniture 3. Reflected ceiling plans 4. Lighting plans 5. Three dimensional views of design elements and spaces Specific Course Objectives for this Semester: 1. Be familiar with and use up to 100 AutoCAD commands (by year's end) 2. Plot out drawings in paper space and model space to specific scales 3. Demonstrate CAD drawing techniques 4. Increase basic Windows and computer hardware use skills 5. Use and manipulate coordinate systems in 2-D and 3-D 6. Draw in 3-D, to scale 7. Draw in 2-D, to scale 9. Make and use symbols and blocks 10. Learn to dimension and control dimensioning 11. Develop self - confidence in using AutoCAD 12. Complete a paper ("hardcopy") portfolio of your work 13. Complete an electronic portfolio of your work that documents and demonstrates your skills in CAD Copyright 2003 Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology

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