The Concept Course – Develop Successful Concepts in Architecture School

  • Categories Concepts
  • Duration 1h
  • Total Enrolled 9
  • Last Update June 22, 2021


Concepts are the key themes and ideas underpinning every studio project in architecture school.

In this 60 minute course, you’ll learn how to develop a successful architecture concept.

Concepts are what drive your architecture projects forward. Without a concept, your project has no legs. With a concept, you can get passionate for your project to take it to higher levels.

There is a lot that goes into an architecture concept. And I’m going to go over an exact strategy plan for you to follow to come up with your own successful concepts

What Will I Learn?

  • You'll learn what an architectural concept is and why it's important
  • You'll learn a 5 step process to create your own incredible concepts
  • Through reviewing successful conceptual projects from 2019 and 2020 global competitions, you'll discover the formula to create your own successful concepts
  • Impress your teachers with next-level ideas

Topics for this course

10 Lessons1h

5 Steps to Successful Concepts

Introduction to Concepts2:21
Step 1 – Distill the Brief2:06
Step 2 – Visualise with Diagrams1:40
Step 3 – Stay Inspired (Precedents)1:25
Step 4 – Consider the Site0:58
Step 5 – Revise0:50

Case Studies of Successful Concepts

Deep Dive – Bonus Tips

About the instructor

Kyle is a fifth year Master of Architecture student with experience in commercial and residential architecture and design firms. Kyle has been teaching architecture online since 2019.
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Material Includes

  • 5-step process to creating successful architecture concepts
  • Case studies of the best winning submissions for global competitions in 2019 and 2020
  • A deep dive into what makes a concept successful
  • 5 tips to help you come up with incredible concepts

Target Audience

  • This course targets architecture students and high school students wanting to learn architecture.