This course is intended to overview research in the discipline of architecture & urbanism.
Broadly, it covers the following topics:
What does ‘Research’ in architecture & urbanism mean?
Why is research, in the discipline of architecture & urbanism, important and necessary?
What are the ways to frame and conduct research in these disciplines?
What can be done with your original research material?
The course is divided into three parts, each part engaging with a different aspect of research in these disciplines. The key aim of the course is to orient students to the many possibilities in the field of research, within the disciplines of architecture and urbanism.
What Will You Learn?
- At the end of the course, the students will be able to:
- Understand the idea of research within the disciplines of architecture and urbanism.
- Understand different methodologies, mainly, literature review and field work, largely employed in these disciplines.
- Know about the different ways in which research work can reach out to a larger audience.
Introduction to the Course08:15
Literature Review as a Method13:26