ECTS Catalogue

Descriptive geometry and perspective

Pedagogue: dr Bogumił Oświecimski

Field Description
karta przedmiotu (pdf/doc/odt) lack of data
type of classes wykład;
course language Polish;
method of learning outcomes verification

Evaluation on the basis of an assessment of two test works performed on exercises – four drafting job each.
rating scale: 2, 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 5

subject description

Exercising the spatial imagination necessary in the more distant cycle of the learning is a purpose of the object designs, getting the fitness in deliberate operating in the design space and the show of the correct drawing regulation of action in the space at methods of projecting. We are trying to achieve this purpose meeting methods of describing three-dimensional spaces in the two-dimensional record: 1) of Monge'a projest, 2) of axonometry, 3) for prospect. Transformations and structures concern angular structures (e.g. prism, pyramid) and of second step area (cone, cylinder, sphere), in axonometry and the prospect also of elements of architecture and interior.. Structural appointing shadows by set direction of the light in all methods of projecting.

• Cognitive Goal: (planned results in the field of knowledge)
projection methods, parallel projection (Monge project ', axonometry), central perspective - the aim of the course is to give knowledge in the field of mathematics (descriptive geometry) necessary to formulate and solve typical tasks associated with the studied discipline.
• Objective trainee: (planned skills effects)
ability to apply basic structure to solve problems in projective space, which enables the use of information and communication technologies relevant to the implementation of the tasks typical of engineering activities. This subject is intended to develop the cognitive skills (understanding, analysing, interpreting and synthesizing)
·• A practical goal: (planned social competence)
Correctly interprets technical drawings, uses the language of drawing in the basic methods of projecting, is prepared to solve the design issues,

short subject description lack of data
form of classes

Lectures, exercises

subject area coverage

methods of describing three-dimensional spaces in the two-dimensional record: 1) of Monge'a projest, 2) of axonometry.

evaluation form credit with grading;

F. Otto i E. Otto Podręcznik geometrii wykreślnej PWN Warszawa 1975
L. M. Suzin Perspektywa wykresowa dla architektów Arkady Warszawa 1998

placement/internships (connected with field of study/subject area), artistic plein-airs

No requirements

entry requirements
formal requirements

No requirements

preliminary assumptions

No requirements

learning outcomes
social competences

has the capability to collect information and to analyse and interpret it in a purposeful way

AW-K03, A1-K02

is capable of flexible thinking and adapting to new and changing circumstances

AW-K06, A1-K03

knows how to select the appropriate forms and locate them in space in order to achieve the desired effect using rational and
intuitive grounds to take design decisions

AW-U03, A1+U16, A1-U17

knows the method of mapping planar figures and spatial bodies on a plane.

AW-W04, A1-W10

knows and understands the laws of perception, perspective, illusion, the rules of the mutual influence of colours and forms which
are typical of architecture

AW-W14, A1-W11, A1-W12

Studies List

studies status Time<br>[h] ECTS form credit
Interior Design s.1 r 60 2 Exercises 60h
Exercises [Z st.]

Semester 2017/18-WS (Z-winter,L-summer)
Course code: #35.6338