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DIS Architecture and Design Program

Spring 2011

Interior Architecture Studio

6 Credits

Instructor: Johan Carlson (JC) Birgitte Borup (BB)


Course Assistant: Emma Sullivan (ESU)
The Interior Architecture Studio is the core course of the semester,
and required for all Interior Architecture students. Typically, studios
meet on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. The instructors are present
during these times and student attendance is mandatory. Outside of
the scheduled times, students are expected to work in studio when
not attending lectures and field studies. Students are asked to carry
out assignments individually as well as in groups. The studio is
taught as a vertical studio: students of different levels are in the same
studios. Expectations relate to the level of the individual student.
Objectives
At the end of the course students will be able to:

Approach a design problem from a contextual point-of-view.

Integrate contemporary design into existing buildings.

Produce projects for the Danish historic, social and legal


contexts.

Students will also have enhanced their design methods and abilities.
Portfolio
Students should bring examples of their work in a portfolio to be
shared with their studio instructors at the beginning of Assignment 2.
This will allow the professors to become acquainted with the design
skills of each student.
The portfolio should contain:

A one-page resume (short and precise) listing all studios,


courses, assignments and other relevant material, beginning with
the most recent information. Clearly state current year/position in
school. Briefly state expectations of study at DIS.

Approximately 3 pages of project illustrations from one or


several projects done in studio (or independently if relevant),
accompanied by a short description.

The portfolio must be submitted as a digital PDF or hard copy.


The pages should be formatted to A4 size (210mm x 297mm) or
US-Letter size (8.5 x 11).

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DIS Architecture and Design Program

Spring 2011

Interior Architecture Studio


Assignment 1: Investigations into Design of the Northern
Personal Goal

European Built Environment

In the final presentation of

Architecture + Urbanism + Interior Arch + Info Design

Assignment 2, students take notes

In an exercise in three phases, students in interdisciplinary groups

for each other to record feedback

will investigate one of a number of significant Northern European

given by reviewers. These notes

architectural landmarks or urban sites. First, groups build models

and additional notes on personal

after studying drawings and texts; second, the students visit their

goals for the semester will form

building or site on the study tour and present it to the other students;

the basis of a one-on-one talk

third, students individually reflect on the built work in personal

with studio faculty to determine

architectural interpretations, using both writing and

individual goals for Assignment 3

drawing as analytical modes of expression.

and the semester as a whole.

Assignment 2: Exhibition Design


An analysis of the work of selected Danish designers is the starting
point for the design of a small exhibition in a Copenhagen exhibition
space.

Assessment Composition
Assignment 1a: Model

10%

Assignment 1b: Personal Inter. 10%

Assignment 3: Recreation

Assignment 2

30%

Students in BBs studio will extend beyond the interior space, the

Assignment 3

50%

project involves an exploration of materiality, color, and graphics


as elements in the design toolkit, through iterations of models and
drawings.
Students in JCs studio will engage in a design build project with
Students in Interior Architecture foundations and CDCJs Architecture
foundation Studio.
Evaluation
Evaluation is based on daily work in studio and on final presentations.

Evaluation of daily studio work counts 40% of the total course


grade and is based on process, progress, and activity. Late
submission of Final Presentation will result in downgrading of
process grade.

Assignment presentations count 60% of the total assignment


grade. Evaluation is based upon completion of assignment
goals agreed upon by the student and the instructor, including
the following criteria: concept, context, function, completeness,
presentation.

The assignments are presented to a panel of instructors including


the students own instructor. Grades are determined by ones own
instructor in agreement with other jurors.

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DIS Architecture and Design Program

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Interior Architecture Day-to-Day Schedule


Day
Date
Time
Fr
Jan 21
13:15 - 14:00
Location: Annex B, Studiestrde 6

Tu

Jan 25

Topic
History of Model-Making
Lec: Regitze Hess
A survey of the study models and representation of models in archi
tecture through time and in terms of application. As prototypes of
potential built reality, models have been a device for builders and
architects for at least 4000 years. Models continue to be an essential
tool to this very day, in an age otherwise seemingly dominated by
computer aided design.

14:00 - 16:15

Studio with Assignment 1 Faculty and Teams

16:30 - 17:00

Meet your assignment 2-3 faculty in their studios (see pg. 14-15)

13:15 - 16:00

Studio with Assignment 1 Faculty and Teams

We
Jan 26
11:40 - 12:30
Location: Annex B, Studiestrde 6
Required for all semester students

Danish Landscape
Lec: Courtney D. Coyne-Jensen
The development of the Danish landscape, and the current state of
landscape and building as juxtaposed and integrated entities.
Tips for sketching on tour.
Practical information for the Western Denmark study tour.

13:15 - 14:35
Location: V10-A12
Required for all full year students

Urban and Political History of Berlin


Lec: Carsten Pape and Torsten Wagner
Practical information for the Berlin study tour.

Fr
Jan 28
13:15 - 17:00
Location: Frederiksberggade 24
(4th and 5th floor)

Presentation of Assignment 1
Critique schedule will be posted at 12:30 in the presentation rooms

Tu
Feb 01
13:15 - 14:15
Location: V7 - 31
Bring sketchbook, camera and outdoor wear!

Exhibition Design
Lec: Johan Carlson

14:30 - 17:00

Introduction to Assignment 2 (in studio)


Class Representative Elections
Field Study - The students and the studio instructors will visit the
site and other relevant places for Assignment 2.

Tu

February 03- 06
February 04- 07

Study tour to Western Denmark


Study tour to Berlin

Feb 08

Studio with Faculty


Borco and T-square Equipment Checkout from Vestergade 5.30
Equipment can be checked out for the semester. Students are
responsible for maintaining equipment condition throughout the
semester - Borcos are not to be used as cutting surfaces!
Class Representative Meeting in the AD Office

13:15 - 17:00

15:00 - 15:30
We
Feb 09
17:30 - 19:30
Location: Studenterhuset, Kbmagergade 52

AD/IBE Academic Event


A night discussing the business of design and customer
segmentation. AD and IBE students will have the opportunity to listen
to the followng speakers: Tina Mitgaard, Sisanne Goul, and Lise
Staubo discuss the importence of business/design relationships,
the importence of understanding customer groups as well as visual
identity of a company.

Fr

Feb 11

13:15 - 17:00

Studio with Faculty

Tu

Feb 15

13:15 - 17:00

Studio with Faculty


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DIS Architecture and Design Program

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Interior Architecture Day-to-Day Schedule


Day
Date
We
Feb 16
Location: V23-301

Time
13:15 - 14:35

Topic
Industrial Re-use and Current Urban Expansion
Lec: Bo Christiansen, Birgitte Borup Kristensen, and Alison Snyder
Preparatory lecture for students on the long study tour to Germany
and the Netherlands.

13:15 - 14:35

Sensing Scandinavia
Lec: Kelly Nelson and Johan Carlson
Preparatory lecture for students on the long study tour to Sweden
and Finland.

Location: V23-201

Fr

Feb 18

13:15 - 17:00

Studio with Faculty

Tu

Feb 22

13:15 - 17:00

Studio with Faculty

We
Feb 23
13:30 - 20:30
Location: Canteen, School of Architecture
Philip de Langes Allee 10 building M

International Architectural Academic Event


Conversation piece Workshop
International Danish and American students will collaborate in small
teams to create a table cloth for the dinner table.
Weaving, cutting, folding, drawing... any techniq must be tested.

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on a first come first serve basis.
Fr

Feb 25

13:15 - 17:00

Studio with Faculty

Tu

Mar 01

13:15 - 17:00

Studio with Faculty

We

Mar 02

09:00

Plot File Deadline for Assignment 2


(for plotting by AD assistants)

22:00

Submission of Assignment 2
(to be checked by AD assistants)

Th

Mar 03

09:00 - 17:00

Presentation of Assignment 2

Fr

Mar 04

09:00 - 17:00

Presentation of Assignment 2

March 05 - 11
Tu

Mar 15

Study Tour to Sweden and Finland/Germany and Netherlands


13:15 - 17:00

17:00 - 19:00

We

Mar 16

08:30 - 12:30

Site and office visits with your studio

Th

Mar 17

16:00

Personal Interpretation due in AD Office

Fr

Mar 18

13:15 - 17:00

Studio with Faculty


One-on-One Personal Goal Discussions with the faculty on setting
individual learning goals for the rest of the semester.

Tu

Mar 22

13:15 - 17:00
15:00 - 15:30

Studio with Faculty


Class Representative Meeting in the AD Office

March 25 - 27
Tu

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Charette and Intro to Asn 3


At the beginning of this session, instructors will present
Assignment 3.
AD Social
Location: TBA

Mar 29

Independent Travel Break


13:15 - 17:00

Studio with Faculty

DIS Architecture and Design Program

Spring 2011

Interior Architecture Day-to-Day Schedule


Day
Date
We
Mar 30
Location: V23-201

Time
17:30 - 19:30

Topic
Urban Design Academic Event
Social Welfare State, Urban Space and Knowledge Society
All DIS students are invited to join the Panel discussion with
Eric Mumford from Washington University, St. Luis and two non-DIS
danish professors

Fr

Apr 01

13:15 - 17:00

Studio with Faculty

Tu

Apr 05

13:15 - 17:00

Studio with Faculty

Fr

Apr 08

13:15 - 17:00

Studio - Gallery Critique


Crit Schedule will be posted in studios at 12:30

April 09 - 25

Independent Travel Break

Tu

Apr 26

13:15 - 17:00

Studio with Faculty

Fr

Apr 29

13:15 - 17:00
15:00 - 15:30

Studio with Faculty


Class Representative Meeting in the AD Office

Tu

May 03

13:15 - 17:00

Studio with Faculty

Fr

May 06

13:15 - 17:00

Studio with Faculty

Su

May 08

09:00

Plot File Deadline for Assignment 3


(for plotting by AD assistants)

22:00

Submission of Assignment 3
(to be checked by AD assistants)

Mo

May 09

09:00 - 17:00
12:00 - 13:00

Final Presentations of Assignment 3


Borco and T-Square Equipment Return in Vestergade 5.30
Students must turn in Borcos and T-Squares in the condition that the
equipment was checked out. Evaluations must also be turned in with
the equipment in order to receive drink tickets for the final AD party!

Tu

May 10

09:00 - 17:00
12:00 - 13:00
21:00 - 23:00

Final Presentations of Assignment 3


Borco and T-Square Equipment Return in Vestergade 5.30
Closing AD Reception (Location TBA)

We

May 11

08:30 - 16:00

Studio Cleanup and Locker Key Return


Students must clear their studio space and lockers by 16:00.
Any items left in studio after 16:00 are at risk of being thrown away!
Locker keys must be returned to the AD Office.

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Program Study Tours: Wester Denmark


Study tours play an integral part of the Architecture and Design
Program, providing students the opportunity to develop their critical
observation skills and diagrammatic and representational proficiency.
Simultaneously, the students are equipped with a vocabulary of
design concepts, strategies, and materials, which can then be applied
in their own creative work in studio and beyond.
Tour A (Aalborg/Holstebro)
Leaders: Dustin Brugmann (DB) + Lisbeth Lorentzen (LL) + Alison
Snyder (ABS)
Tour B (Kolding/Ebeltoft)
Leaders: Michael Johnson (MJ) + Sarah Ruck (SR) + Eva
Frederiksen (EF)
Thursday 03, February 7:30 - Saturday, 05 February, 21:00
Introductory Lecture: Wednesday January 26 11:40 - 12:30
Location: Annex B, Studiestrde 6
Objectives

Study contemporary and traditional Danish architecture and


landscape architecture

Gain an understanding of Danish history, geography, and culture


outside the Copenhagen region

Develop sketching and note-taking skills for recording


impressions of sites in a journal

Description
The Western Denmark tour forms an integral part of the studio
curriculum by exposing students to high-quality historic and modern
architecture and urbanism as well as providing them insight into the
qualities that make a building or site quintessentially Danish. Studies
are made of significant religious architecture, housing prototypes,
innovative museum designs, and the integration of buildings into
landscapes or urban fabrics.

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Program Study Tours: Berlin


Tour C
Leaders: Emma Sullivan (ESU) + Cecilia Nilsson (CN)
See DIS Forum for travel information
Introductory Lecture: Wednesday January 26 from 11.40 to 13.00
Location: Vestergade 10-A12
Objectives
To study the city, its history, and the current state of city spaces and
functions. Students will independently apply the methods for studying
sites and cities learned last semester. The program lists a series of
places to study such as sustainable buildings, museums and cultural
events. Only some of these will be visited as a group. Detailed program to be provided.

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DIS Architecture and Design Program

Spring 2011

Program Study Tours: Sweden / Finland


Tour W (Sweden/Finland)
Matthew Johnson (MJ) + Kelly Nelson (KN)
Tour X (Finland/Sweden)
Dustin Brugmann (DB) + Johan Carlsson
See DIS Forum for travel information
Introductory Lecture: Wednesday February 16 from 13:15 to 14:35
Location: Vestergade 23-201
Description
The long study tour to Sweden and Finland forms an integral part
of the studio curriculum by exposing students to high-quality historic
and modern architecture and urbanism in Scandinavia. Students
see city spaces and significant buildings in Stockholm, Helsinki, and
Turku, as well as architectural patterns of inhabitation in the more
natural settings in central Finland. Particular emphasis is given to
innovations in spatial organization, constructive and material expression, and the treatment of daylight in public buildings, museums,
libraries, and funerary chapels.

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DIS Architecture and Design Program

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Program Study Tours: Germany / Netherlands


Tour Y (Utrecht/Kln)
Leaders: Emily Black + Brigitte Borup (BB) + Alison Snyder (ABS)
Tour Z (Kln/ Utrecht)
Leaders: Emma Sullivan (ESU) + Bo Christiansen (BC)
See DIS Forum for travel information
Introductory Lecture: Wednesday February 16 from 13:15 to 14:35
Location: Vestergade 23-301
Objectives

Examine successes and failures of industrial re-use in the architectural, urban, and landscape transformations of post-industrial
societies

Study developments in architectural language of the 20th and 21st


century

Develop sketching and note-taking skills for recording impressions


of sites in a journal

Description
The long study tour to Germany and the Netherlands forms an integral
part of the studio curriculum by exposing students to high-quality historic and modern architecture and urbanism, in the form of both adaptive
regeneration projects and in new buildings and sites of global renown.
The tour travels through the Ruhr area of northwest Germany, examining the transformation of coal-mining factory buildings and landscapes
into cultural destinations, and the Netherlands, to look at urban developments, university campuses, and landmark built projects in the Dutch
architectural language since the 1990s.

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