Archit ecture. Orientation to Engineering course. Shireen Abdelrahman. What is Architecture?. It is all our surroundings buildings, houses and project which was built by experts. It is the art of building. It is the result for planned work.
Orientation to Engineering course
Architecture (Latin „architectura“, from the Greek „arkitekton“, ὰρχιτεκτονική – arkhitektonike, from ὰρχι chief or leader and Τεκτονική builder or carpenter) is the art and science of designing buildings and other physical structures
The profession of designing buildings and environments with consideration for their esthetic effect.
The word architecture can have many meanings. Depending on the context,
Architecture can refer to:
1. Any man-made building or structure.2. A man-made building or structure that is important, large, or highly creative.3. A carefully designed object, such as a chair, a spoon, or a tea kettle. 4. A design for a city, town, park, or landscape.5. the art or science of designing and building buildings, structures, objects, and outdoor spaces.6. A building style or method.7. A plan for organizing space.8. The flow of information on a Web page.9. The planned design of any kind of system.10. A systematic arrangement of information or ideas.
Our vision is to educate world-class architectural engineers capable of excelling in the creation of high performance buildings, addressing both new and existing building stock and to continue to be recognized as the premier academic program in the integration of teaching, research, and service in architectural engineering.Mission, Vision and Goals
Architectural Department Activities Architectural Engineering Department has identified the following goals:
Possibilities and Equipment of Architectural Department Architectural Engineering Department has identified the following goals:
Areas of work and future opportunities for graduates Architectural Engineering Department has identified the following goals:
Study Courses Architectural Engineering Department has identified the following goals:
Arch. Design Studios
Design Principles, Environmental design, Design 1,2,3,4,5
Arch. Theories and planning
Introduction to planning, Design theories, Urban design, landscape.
History I, II, Islamic history, Palestinian history, Conservation.
Building Construction I,II
Arch. Computer programs
CAAD, computer applications
Graduation Project I,II
Interior design, quantity estimation, GIS, Project management