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Drawing skills exam for Architecture (Architecture), Architecture (Interior Design), Architecture (Architectural Engineering)

general information

  • Candidates for architecture (architecture), architecture (interior design), architecture (architectural engineering) and architecture and urban planning, first cycle studies, are obliged to take a drawing skills exam.
  • The exam lasts for 5 hours and consists of two parts. The candidate has to draw two drawings by hand on the given topic. 
  • The maximum numer of points that a candidate can obtain is 500. Obtaining at least 250 points gives one right to follow further qualification for studies. 
  • The results of the drawing skills exam do not influence qualification for other courses, for which the exam is not applicable.

 

The course of the exam

   

Drawing by hand, from your imagination, for the assigned topic

Part I: a sheet of paper, size 50 cm x 70 cm

Part II: a sheet of paper, size 35 cm x 50 cm

Necessary materials: pencils and erasers

 

The aim of the exam is to check the aesthetic sensitivity of the candidate, ability to perceive reality, space imagination, ability to copy and create space.

 

The works are coded and assessed by the Commission as anonymous. They are marked together (drawing I and II). For both parts one can obtain 500 points. Names of the candidates are known only after recoding the works.

sample topics of the drawing skills exam

Set 1:

Part I: Riverside boulevard in a city

Part II: Car wrecks on the old yard

 

Set 2:

Part I: Great construction site in the city center

Part II: The building in imminent danger of collapse

 

Set 3:

Part I: A walk along the old city walls

Part II: Café on a pier

Drawing skills exam for Design and Advanced Design and Technology

general information

Candidates for design (first cycle studies) are obliged to take a drawing skills exam.

The drawing skills exam lasts for 4 hours and consists of two parts. The candidate has to draw a drawing by hand on the given topic and make assigned compositions: acolorful one and black-and-white one. In all, one can obtain 400 points.

Obtaining at least 200 points gives one right to follow further qualification for studies.

The results of the drawing skills exam do not influence qualification for other courses, for which the exam is not applicable

 

The course of the exam

 

Task 1

Drawing study of still life on a given subject, technique – drawing on a sheet of paper (50 cm x 70 cm)

 

Necessary materials: pencils and erasers

Task 2

Two compositions:

a) Colorful composition (30 cm x 30 cm) on a white sheet of paper (50 cm x 70 cm)

b) Black-and-white composition (30 cm x 30 cm) on a white sheet of paper (50 cm x 70 cm)

 

Necessary materials: sheets of paper in colors: blue, yellow, red, grey, black (minimum size: 210 x 297 mm), scissors, stick, ruler, compasses.

The aim of the exam is check the ability of abstract thinking and demonstrating knowledge of the composition of the plane, proportion, chiaroscuro treatment of solids and linear perspective.

 

The works are coded and assessed by the Commission as anonymous. They are marked together (still nature and composition). For both parts one can obtain up to 400 points. Names of the candidates are known only after recoding the works.

sample topics of the drawing skills exam

Set I

Task 1:

Still life drawing with a pencil.

Topic: ‘Still life with dishes’ (50x70 cm), time: 2 hours

 

Task 2

Black-and-white composition.

Using linear elements of different thicknesses and variable composition dynamics, build a composition giving an impression of rhythmic deformation of the plane. (30x30 cm), time: 1 hour

 

Task 3:

Plane and colorful composition

Using geometric elements (triangle), build a rhythmic composition. To intensify the impression of rhythm, use the three primary colors (blue, red and yellow), but in such a way that one of them is the dominant one. (30x30 cm), time: 1 hour

 
 

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