Department of Freehand Drawing - courses

Head of Department: Balogh Balázs DLA

Courses given by the Department
(Most of the courses given in Hungarian, otherwise shown behind course' name.)

Mandatory

Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAA101
Head of course: József Zalakovács senior lecturer
Credit: 5
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 5


The objective of this subject is to introduce students to the fundamentals of perspective spatial representation based on geometrical solids (e.g. cube, cylinder, quadratic and triangular prisms.) In the course of the semester, drawing tasks range from simple arrangements to complex spatial constructions, while representation techniques range from constructive line drawing to tinted drawing (showing light-shadows effects), applying lead pencil.

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2015-03-18 13:32
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAA201
Head of course: József Zalakovács senior lecturer
Credit: 4
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 4


 
This subject intends to inspire students to think creatively via free-hand drawing tasks. It is closely related to the material covered by preceding semester, however, spatial arrangements are complex, and students are expected to creatively  supplement them and  apply light-shadow effects. Classes present the basics of the theory of colours and its architectural application. After a crative model building task, students return to the pepresentation of complex spatial forms practised in the previous semster (e. g. furniture, drapery, details of space, drawing studio etc.) to apply and practise a wide  range of drawing techniques (e.g. pencil, crayon, ink, washed drawing). 

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAA301
Head of course: Gábor Üveges PhD associate professor
Credit: 4
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 4


This subject introduces students to proffesional specific applications of the drawing skills they acquired so far. Classes present drawing methods for the representation of reality irrepective of the given point of view, from any other one. Students learn to consciously apply perspective in drawing samll-scale models as tall buildings, and develop various graphic skills by practising the architectural graphic representation of masonry, stone, wooden and glass surfaces and those of materials. A creative modeling task assigned to students is building an autonomous construction, which focuses on the relations of materials and volume, internal space and the phenomenon of transparency. During model building, problems of space, form and structural arrangement are investigated; while at graphic elaboration, great emphasis is laid on the representation of materials, fluency in perspective drawing and abstraction.
 

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2015-03-18 13:32
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAA401
Head of course: Gábor Üveges PhD associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2


 The main topic in the syllabus of the subject is the ’analytic’representation of external spaces: students learn how to recognise the invisible geometrical-structural relations beloww the surface of buildings through preparing ’X-ray drawings’. Not only the views but also the sections of buildings are studied in order to understand and grasp the gist of the architectural structure behind the view, and to prepare such ’X-ray drawings’that represent more complex architectural compositions than what the eyes can see. Students prepare drawings on external sites (such as the Museum of Fine Arts, the Great Market Hall, and the assembly halls of BUTE and Corvinus University) to investigate the options of perspective drawing and the versions of plane representation of large spaces.
 

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2015-03-18 13:32
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAA501
Head of course: Ferenc Répás DLA associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2


 
In this semester students apply their previously acquired skills in the most complex architectural representation: in drawing affter imagination. After practising the representation of reality and preparing creative perspective drawings (with the help of the real view, which could not be drawn from real points of view), students in this course prepare fully detailed, external and internal perspective views of buildings of various size, based on plans (e.g. ground plans, sections, elevations), using their experience and creative imagination, applying conventional graphic techniques. Students have to accomplish a modelling task during the semester, which improves creative thinking.
 
 

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2015-03-18 13:33
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAT601
Head of course: Ferenc Répás DLA associate professor
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 3


 

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2015-03-18 13:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAA601
Head of course: Ferenc Répás DLA associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2


The main topic in the syllabus in this semester is the intuitive  representation of internal and external spaces: this subject aims at teaching students perspective representation at a higher level (applying 3-6 vanishing points). While drawing the streets and squares of the Buda Castle and the internal spaces of some atmospheric old public building sin Budapest (e.g. Saint Stephen Cathedral, Opera House, Hungarian National Museum) students investigate invisible geometrical and structural relations and improve their drawing skills (applying lead pencil, ink and crayon techniques). The objective is not to simply represent a naturalistic view as a camera, but to prepare a drawing of the architectural structure of a real space after grasping the gist of the compostion.
 
 

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2015-03-18 13:33
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAO701
Head of course: Csaba Molnár DLA associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

 

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2015-03-18 13:33
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAB711
Head of course: Gábor Nemes PhD associate professor
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 3
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-07-30 02:49
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAT701
Head of course: Ferenc Répás DLA associate professor
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 3


 
This subject based on interior design. The design process focuses on abstract formal approach. Students create different 3D possibilities in the first half of the semester, then they analyse them. The project becomes in this way interior design.
The design project based on the fundamental decisions and 3D modelling, which are completed by manual works. 

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2015-03-18 13:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAB721
Head of course: Gábor Nemes PhD associate professor
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 3
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-07-30 02:49
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAS711
Head of course: Csaba Molnár DLA associate professor
Credit: 6
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 6
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

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2015-03-18 13:33
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRABD01
Head of course: Ferenc Sebestény DLA senior lecturer
Credit: 12
Requirement for credit: Nincs adat
Practical hours (per week): 12


 

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2015-03-23 14:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAO801
Head of course: Csaba Molnár DLA associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:


'Identity Design' has become unavoidable in the self-management of today's architects. It determines the entire character, the image of a business and affects its efficiency. Identity Design symbolizes the integrity, the personality of the author and, at the same time, reflects the quality of the work. During the course, students will have the opportunity to design their own logo, business card and graphic portfolio. The different parts of the project are to be unified by a thorough graphic layout, which also reflects the designer's identity and personality. A wide range of different graphical tools will be introduced to help achieve the best outcome.

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2015-03-18 13:33
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAT811
Head of course: Ferenc Sebestény DLA senior lecturer
Credit: 10
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 10


Selected Studio Masters
Students must develop a plan to the level  requested for permit sor, for a large-scale project, to the depth of an investment program plan. Part of the building must be developed to the construction plan level. Students must also prepare dossiers of structural calculation, work details, mechanical installations and the organisation  of the construction site and consult with staff members of various departments for assistance. Students can select their project as well as their Studio Master. 

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2015-03-18 13:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAT911
Head of course: Ferenc Sebestény DLA senior lecturer
Credit: 10
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 10


Selected Studio Masters
Students must develop a plan to the level  requested for permit or, for a large-scale project, to the depth of an investment program plan. Part of the building must be developed to the construction plan level. Students must also prepare dossiers of structural calculation, work details, mechanical installations and the organisation  of the construction site and consult with staff members of various departments for assistance. Students can select their project as wll as their Studio Master.

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2015-03-18 13:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAT901
Head of course: Gábor Tari PhD associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:


 
The course provides a wide selection of representation techniques from traditional pencil drawing to collage, and from architectural geometry to computer aided visual rendering. The offered courses cover variable areas of basic architectural graphics, from which students have the opportunity to choose.

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2015-03-18 13:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM1T1
Head of course: Gábor Üveges PhD associate professor
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 3

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-11-11 12:37
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM1F2
Head of course: Gábor Üveges PhD associate professor
Credit: 4
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 4

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-11-11 12:36
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM1F3
Head of course: Csaba Molnár DLA associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-10-31 15:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM1F4
Head of course: Gábor Üveges PhD associate professor
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 3

No course's description in Neptun database.

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2014-11-11 12:36
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM1F5
Head of course: Ferenc Sebestény DLA senior lecturer
Credit: 7
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 7

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-11-11 12:37
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM1F1
Head of course: Ferenc Répás DLA associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-11-11 13:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM2F1
Head of course: István Váli DLA senior lecturer
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-11-11 13:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM2F2
Head of course: Gábor Tari PhD associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-11-11 12:37
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM2F5
Head of course: Ferenc Sebestény DLA senior lecturer
Credit: 7
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 7

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-11-11 12:37
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM2T1
Head of course: Gábor Tari PhD associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-07-25 07:25
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM3F1
Head of course: István Váli DLA senior lecturer
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 3

No course's description in Neptun database.

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2014-11-11 13:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM3F2
Head of course: Name of course's head is missing in Neptun
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 3

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-08-19 13:58
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM3F3
Head of course: Balázs Balogh DLA professor
Credit: 4
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 4

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-11-11 12:37
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM3F4
Head of course: Gábor Nemes PhD associate professor
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 3

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-11-11 12:37
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM3F5
Head of course: Ferenc Sebestény DLA senior lecturer
Credit: 7
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 7

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-11-11 12:37
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM4FD
Head of course: Ferenc Sebestény DLA senior lecturer
Credit: 30
Requirement for credit: Nincs adat
Practical hours (per week): 30

No course's description in Neptun database.

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2014-11-11 12:37
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRATD01
Head of course: Ferenc Sebestény DLA senior lecturer
Credit: 30
Requirement for credit: Nincs adat
Practical hours (per week): 30


Selected Studio Masters
Students independently, but with the possibility of consulting a Studio Master and staff members of various department, develop the comprehensive design of an appointed building with a significant level of complexity. For directions A, B and C, the problem usually corresponds to a real demand and fits a real site. The design aspect is complemented by the dimensioning of constructional and structural nodes, individual solution of typical structures, and elaboration in text and drawing of the building and its organisation. Depending on its scope, the design may be complementedby other items: problem analyses and solutions of structural, interior design, acoustics, and lighting problems. Diploma projects focus on practically-encountered, real problems. They can involve modifying the general plan of a settlement or elaborating the combined detailed layout and development plan of a residential unit, town centre, subcenter, or recreation area and designing a building in this plan, with all the details. As a part of the drive towards Europeanisation and internationalisation, the best students may have the opportunity  to prepare their diploma these at schools of architecture abroad. The Faculty especially fosters co-opretaion with institutions abroad to increase this possibility. 

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2015-03-18 13:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAT902
Head of course: Gábor Tari PhD associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:


The subject summarizes traditional graphic representati on techniques from pencil drawings to collages, from the architectural geometry to computer-aided visualization. The primary focus of the offered courses is on the basics of architectural graphics, from this selection of techniques students can choose according to their preferences.
 

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2015-03-18 13:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAO702
Head of course: Gábor Tari PhD associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2


Lecturing and practising the architecture oriented use of colours. Introduction to the theory of colours. Effect of colours on human beings. Investigation of relation between architectural forms and colours. Principles of colour design of the built environment.

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2015-03-18 13:33
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAT711
Head of course: Ferenc Répás DLA associate professor
Credit: 8
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 8

No course's description in Neptun database.

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2015-03-18 13:34

Optional

Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAB722
Head of course: Gábor Nemes PhD associate professor
Credit: 6
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 6


 
 

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2014-11-11 12:36
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM1TX
Head of course: Csaba Molnár DLA associate professor
Credit: 10
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 10
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-10-31 15:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAM2TX
Head of course: Csaba Molnár DLA associate professor
Credit: 10
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 10
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2014-10-31 15:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRAS811
Head of course: István Váli DLA senior lecturer
Credit: 6
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 6
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

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2016-02-12 11:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRA0403
Head of course: József Zalakovács senior lecturer
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 1
Practical hours (per week): 1

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-09-04 14:47
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRA0404
Head of course: Balázs Balogh DLA professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2


 
The course introduces the basic theory of form to students of Architecture and Industrial Design. It gives a brief summary of the general concept of form and its bounding surfaces, while it classifies the main components of forms and their possible connections and relations to other forms. The course describes the detailed articulation of forms: textures, decorations and ornaments, extensions, perforations and coloration. During the semester, students will be assigned individual projects, each based on the thematic classification of forms. In these projects, students will demonstrate the implementation of the acquired theory, through a digital collection of examples from different parts of the world and various periods of history. Submitted projects will be uploaded to the department’s database, thus, this continually developing comprehensive ’encyclopedia of forms’ shall enrich the knowledge of future students as well.  

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Elective

Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRA0427
Head of course: Balázs Balogh DLA professor
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

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2015-09-04 14:47
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRA0428
Head of course: József Zalakovács senior lecturer
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2

No course's description in Neptun database.

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2015-09-04 14:47
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRA0430
Head of course: Balázs Balogh DLA professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

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2015-09-04 14:47
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRA0402
Head of course: Balázs Balogh DLA professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

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2015-09-04 14:47
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRA0431
Head of course: Name of course's head is missing in Neptun
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2

No course's description in Neptun database.

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2015-09-04 14:47
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPRA0432
Head of course: Balázs Balogh DLA professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

No course's description in Neptun database.

Last updated from Neptun:
2015-09-04 14:47

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