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Collaborative design of buildings and the use of digital tools. Creativity, communication and coordination in multidisciplinary design teams. Building information modelling strategies. Holistic approaches to building design.
This studio-based course applies advanced knowledge of building information methods, holistic andinterdisciplinary building design processes and collaboration to the development of solutions toreal design challenges. The course covers integrated design frameworks, managing multidisciplinarydesign teams and using building information tools in collaborative design projects. Learningincludes team design projects and training in digital tools.
A student who successfully completes this course should be able to apply advanced buildinginformation and collaborative design principles to: Developing technical solutions that integrate with the requirements of other buildingdesign disciplines. Utilising digital tools to communicate design issues and options with other designers andstakeholders, and to develop integrated design solutions. Implementing building information strategies and procedures for collaborative designprojects. Leading and managing collaborative design undertaken by multidisciplinary design teams.
Subject to approval of the Head of Department
Students must attend one activity from each section.
Block course dates for 2019:26, 27 Sept 9-5 pm28 Sept 9-3 pm3, 10 Oct 2-5 pm17 Oct 2-5 pm24 Oct 2-5 pm25 Oct 9-5 pm26 Oct 9-3 pm31 Oct 2-5 pm7 Nov 2-5 pm
and Matthew Dudzik
All required course material will be provided to students.
Domestic fee $1,080.00
International Postgraduate fees
* Fees include New Zealand GST and do not include any programme level discount or additional course related expenses.
For further information see
Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.