Postgraduate Diploma in Execution and Space Management
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The Postgraduate Diploma in Execution and Space Management is included in the Master in Design of Spaces and provides advanced training in the development of all aspects related to the execution of the project and, ultimately, the construction of new space design, such as ergonomics and user comfort, and the links between physical and psychological methods of construction, facilities and management process of the construction itself, as well as the regulations and legislation in force.
This postraduate diploma aims to professionalise an activity strongly linked to other disciplines, and which lacks of rigorous training in our geographic area, as well as complete the training profiles of a designer, architect, and technical architect. It aims to train professionals properly so that they are able to apply knowledge to the very notion of design. This master program aims to train professionals adequately in all legal and regulatory aspects of this discipline, detailing their responsabilities.
To complement the performance of the design, we provide students with the necessary tools that the profession requires, both in the technical aspect and in the presentation of projects. We also integrate graphical communication skills, which are essential in the process of designing commercial spaces, restaurants and ephemeral architecture.
It is essential that students learn to give value to new technologies in the preparation of the physical space, in addition to assimilate the emerging social and cultural values that are the basis of the implementation criteria through the disciplines that structure it: ergonomics, ergonomics, ecology, economics, sociology, anthropology and incidents and their implications for screening.
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- Postraduate diploma in Implementation and Management of Spaces
- Edition and course
First, 2018-2019 academic year
110 €/ECTS (20% discount for former students)
From 11 February to 14 June 2019
Monday to Thursday from 4 pm to 8 pm
240h on site and 510h independent work by the student
Spanish (Catalan 10%)
minimum 15 - maximum 26
- Course location
EINA Centre Universitari de Disseny i Art de Barcelona
Open, until all places are filled
- Teaching Staff
The postgraduate diploma is professionally oriented, and it is specialized in the training of undergraduates in general interior design, design, architects, technicians, set designers and other professionals who do not have specific training but may prove to have experience in the field.
To gain admission to EINA’s masters or postgraduate courses, you must first pass a selection process and meet the academic and administrative requirements. To apply send us your CV and portfolio through the online application form. Learn more about the process of acceptance, academic requirements and other relevant data at Access.
MODULE – PSYCHOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT IN THE DESIGN OF SPACES
Features and Development of Ergonomics
Albert Crispi, Jordi Peraferrer
Factors and ergonomic needs. Users and their relationship with physical space. Importance of the concept of comfort. Universal accessibility criteria for people with disabilities.
Organization of the Space
Sara Coscarelli, Axel Legares
Zoning, traffic and routes. Spatial partitioning criteria. Graphical representation of a blueprint. CAD and 3D
Project Workshop IV: workspace
Anna Bach, Albert Crispi, Jordi Peraferrer, Sara Coscarelli, Axel Legares Creating a basic project from a current state to develop a proposal distributive order to respect the physical space of the user. Guest form the sector.
MODULE – DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES
Technology for the Design of Spaces
Albert Crispi, Cristina Subías
Construction techniques. Restoration and rehabilitation. Saving and energy efficiency: eco-efficient building systems and solutions. Waste Management. New materials in the design.
Conditioning Procedures and Environmental Services
Peraferrer George, Cristina Subías, Axel Legares
Plumbing and sanitation. Detection of networks and computing networks.
Environmental and thermal conditioning techniques. Energy saving and efficiency. Electricity and lighting technology. Graphic representation techniques for facilities. Visits to construction sites in progress. Guest from the sector.
Workshop Project V: Leisure Space
Anna Bach, Albert Crispi, Cristina Subías, Jordi Pereferrer, Axel Legares
Preparation of an executive project to be managed on a construction site.
MODULE – CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
-Regulations in the Design of Spaces
Raul Oliva, Cristina Subías
Documentation needed for the project. Management methodology with the administration. Compliance with Technical Standards: Acoustics. Safety and health.
Organization and Development of a Construction
Salvador Segura Silvia Santaeugènia
Agents, work units, phases, order and simultaneity. Timing: timeline. Economic planning: measurements and tools for calculating budgets. Visits to construction sites in progress.
Project Workshop VI: Completion of the Construction
Anna Bach, Raul Oliva, Subías Cristina, Salvador Segura, Silvia Santaeugènia
Preparation of all necessary procedures for the management of the construction from the project carried out in the Project Workshop in Module 5. Guest from the sector.
MODULE – MASTER’S FINAL PROJECT
Introduction to Final Masters
Introduction to the methodology and structure of the TFM. Choice of topic, distribution planning, previous studies.
Creation and representation of the concept chosen. Argumentation and justification based on the distribution planning.
Basic Project Workshop
Preparation of the perceptive proposal, environmental and distributive.
Methodologies and resources for the graphic representation of the project
Analysis of the specifics of the project for the development of the executive project, and its realization in the construction.