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Título : Research-action on the heritage object : methodologies for approximation and teaching experiences at the final degree project course in the School of Arquitecture of Seville
Autor : Pérez Cano, María Teresa
Aladro Prieto, José Manuel
Espino Hidalgo, Blanca del
Navas-Carrillo, Daniel
Editor : Rosa Jiménez, Carlos
García Moreno, Alberto
Fecha: 2018
Descriptores tematicos: Enseñanza universitaria
Arquitectura
Innovación
Formato: .pdf
Editorial : Málaga : RU Books
Fuente : Educational Innovation in Arquitecture & Engineering : advances in Final Projects and Thesis, pp. 94-99
Resumen : The course Proyecto Fin de Grado taught at the Degree in Architecture of the University of Seville was implemented in the academic year 2015-2016. It is conceived as a practical subject that follows a dynamic workshop in which students expose weekly the progress of their project with the supervision of eight teachers, one per area of knowledge. This work deals with the results obtained in the academic year 2016-2017 in relation to the intervention projects in Heritage. Working on a Cultural Property inexorably requires the prior generation of exhaustive knowledge about it. From this perspective, the teaching teams of groups 6.01 and 6.07 - of which the authors of this communication are part - understand that this is an essential preliminary stage that will allow the students to base their architectural discourse of intervention on the heritage values detected and the diagnosis of the state of conservation of what exists. This vision also requires assuming that the interest of the exercise is subordinated to the methodological process developed by the student, inasmuch as it should serve them to analyze and evaluate with coherence each one of the project decisions adopted. Despite the complexity of these exercises, it has been detected that, firstly, a high percentage of students choose to develop this type of project; secondly, it requires the participation of the different areas involved in the teaching of the subject; and thirdly, the academic results are generally more satisfactory.
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