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课程名称 Course Name

建筑设计理论前沿

Advanced Theory of Architectural Design


主讲人 Lecturer

Prof. David Leatherbarrow


主持人 Coordinator

史永高教授  Prof. Yonggao Shi


课程主题 Course Topic

建筑理论与设计的历史研究

Studies in the History of Architectural Theory and Design



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本课程面向将要走上建筑学术或实践之路的学生,旨在向他们重新先容西方建筑传统 中的重要主题与相关文献。在这些主题和文献以外,本课程也将致力于增进学生们对建筑学术活动——尤其是那种与设计实践紧密关联的学术研究——的了解,它的典型性实践方式,以及学术探究的形式和方法。

The purpose of this course is to provide to students who are embarking on careers that may involve both scholarship and professional practice in architecture a re-introduction to some of the principal issues and writings of the Western tradition.  In addition to introducing themes and texts, this course aims to increase and ease the student’s familiarity with the practices that are typical of scholarship, the forms and habits of scholarly inquiry, particularly when that scholarship seeks interconnections with design practice. 
课程包括两部分内容:1)按照从20世纪返回到古代的逆时间顺序,细致研读西方建筑理论发展的历史进程中的关键“编辑-建筑师”的文本;2)针对这些“编辑-建筑师”论述的关键议题,进行初步的解读与学习。这些议题在建筑、艺术史与哲学等不同领域的文本中,都有论述。

The course is two-part: 1) close reading of the writings of author-architects in the history of Western architectural theory from antiquity to the 20th century, though structured in reverse chronological order, and 2) an introductory study of some of the key topics that the writings of author architects typically address, as they have been set forth in different kinds of texts: architectural, art historical, and philosophical.
每节课分为两段:1)教授带有演示文件的讲授;2)针对讲授和建议阅读文本中涉及的历史与理论问题,教授与学生或其他教师展开讨论。

Each session will be divided into two parts: 1) a power-point lecture by the professor, and 2) a discussion between the professor and students/colleagues addressing the historical and theoretical topics of the lecture and the suggested readings. 


每一讲将会包含以下几个要点:

 1)其时是什么问题激发了这个文本的产生?

 2)写作的目标读者是谁?

 3)基本论点为何?

 4)这些论点是如何推进和阐述的?

 5)建筑物在文本中是如何帮助阐述这些观点的?

 6)同时期的类似研究工作的状况?

 7)在那个特定的历史与学问语境中,有哪些基本关注点?

A number of key questions will be addressed in each presentation:

1the questions that motivated the primary text,

2its intended readership,

3its primary arguments,

4the ways those arguments were structured and illustrated,

5how built works manifested the ideas in the text,

6similar studies in its time,

7and the primary issues in the historical and cultural context.



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