Bachelor Science


Design 3 Studio develops the students’ design responsiveness or the design sensitivity. Students explore ‘ways of seeing’, understanding and interpreting how architecture concentrates and conveys natural, cultural, social and contextual forces through means specific to the discipline of the unit. In addition, the design program articulates the unique reality of architecture through the study of basic inter-relationships of brief, site, material, technology, and construction. Students learn to express and then develop an idea for an architectural proposition critically and appropriately, through their own perception and translate into the workable scheme. Design parameter shall be space making and place making depending on the requirements of projects.


Project-student centered learning: design project, independent assignment, experiencing & visualizing environment, workshop, site testing, studio crit, discussions, presentation, exhibition, and study trip.


Able to identify, comprehend & apply architectural knowledge in small-medium complexity design [addressing contextual influences, community influence, cultural influence, cultural expression, precedent studies, design process] To practice design skills [site analysis].

Able to practice design skills [site analysis, site planning, space planning, building construction, passive environmental system, social interaction]

Able to Critical Thinking & Problem-Solving Skill in arriving design synthesis [contextual issues, community issues, cultural issues, design process, precedent studies]

Able to practice architectural communication skills relevant to design [architectural, architectural convention, construction convention, 3D model, verbal]