Lehre im Bachelor

Die aufeinander aufbauenden Lehrveranstaltungen des Pflichtbereiches des Curriculums für Architektur in der Bachelor-phase sind grob entlang den BIM leveln nach Bew & Richards gegliedert.

Sie umfassen:

  1. CAAD.start (2. Semester)
  2. CAAD.eins (3. Semester)
  3. CAAD.team (4. Semester)
  4. Digitale Methoden und Werkzeuge - BIM.Basic (5. Semester)

Zusätzlich kann im Wahlpflichtbereich aus einer Reihe von Veranstaltungen gewählt werden, in denen einzelne Anwendungen und Werkzeuge mit ihren jeweilinge methodischen Hintergründen näher beleuchtet werden, z.B.

PixelStudio
Allplan

In today's modern professional life, computers have become an indispensable part in the life of an architect. The creation of plans with different software tools is a daily part of this everyday professional life. In this course, Computer-based processes are learned and applied during the study per...

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CAAD.EINS builds on contents taught in the other course:CAAD.Start. While CAAD.Start focused on two-dimensional, computer-aided drawing and plan creation, CAAD.EINS (based on the final version of CAAD.Start) is designed to modify the drawing in 3D.

In addition to the requirements of the current se...

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In the third semester of the Bachelor's programme in Architecture, students will work on several complex projects in a team. The aim is to develop the learned methods of individual project work for a group of students in order to create a joint submission. The coordination of the information flow wi...

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BIM.BASIC

Under the term Building Information Modelling (BIM), methods, processes and tools for the computer-aided creation and processing of information from buildings over their entire life cycle (from design and planning to operation and dismantling) are summarised. In BIM software, buildings...

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"Allplan is a BIM/CAD programme of Allplan GmbH, a subsidiary of Nemetschek SE, for architects, civil engineers and building contractors. Allplan has been offered since 1984. The software is available in 20 languages and is used by over 240,000 users." (wikipedia.de) Designing in Allplan is based...

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From winter semester 2019, we will be offering the software ArchiCAD as a course. ArchiCAD is like the Allplan and Autodesk REVIT used by us in teaching another BIM program. In all these programs, buildings are understood as interrelated, interdisciplinary data models. These object-oriented, par...

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