Students are expected to:
Understand the concepts of projective geometry and its contribution to the representation of the three-dimensional space.
Learn the language of the Technical Drawing and the rules and standarts that govern it
Practice in orthogonal projection (floor plans, facades and sections) and axonometry through exercises.
Expand the way of their perception and representation of the three-dimensional space and sharpen their imagination
Acquire pedagogical and didactic competence in the specific subject.
Course Content (Syllabus)
1. Orthographic drawings. Conventional orthogonal terminology. Plans, elevations and sections.
2. Orthographic and paraline drawings. Axonometric and isometric drawings
Additional bibliography for study
Τ. Πόρτερ, Μ Γκρινστριτ (μετάφραση Β. Φωτοπούλου), Εγχειρίδιο σχεδίου και γραφικών τεχνών, Αθήνα, 1980.
R. Yee, Architectural drawing, New Jersey, 2003.