Architectural History & Ethics 1 (ILV)

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Course lecturer:

Priv.-Doz. Dr. phil.

 Bettina Schlorhaufer
Course numberM1.02910.10.020
Course codeAREth 1
Curriculum2016
Semester of degree program Semester 1
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
SPPW2,0
ECTS credits2,0
Language of instruction German

Students are given the opportunity to deal with the subject of architectural history and ethics on a broad basis. The material is taught taking into account the importance of the architect in society, the changes in socio-economic conditions in the building industry and, last but not least, the transformation of landscapes. Important topics: Introduction (How do architects gain access to the topic of history?); Origin and emergence of the profession of architect since about 1750; architecture and region etc. A part of the contents treated is also the subject of current research projects by Bettina Schlorhaufer.

- Introduction (How do architects gain access to the topic of history?); - Origin and emergence of the profession of architect since about 1750; - Visionary architecture (general aspects; Boullée, Ledoux and Leuqueu); - architecture and region (regionalisation of architecture) - Vienna settlement movement - Architecture of Red Vienna etc. A part of the contents treated is also the subject of current research projects by Bettina Schlorhaufer.

Will be announced in the respective lectures.

Lecture and discussion with the students