ARCH210 Architecture Design Studio III

Continued development of design vocabulary and design process; further development of architectural projects considering program, site and context reinforced by historical precedent; use of materials and structure and their impact on design; emphasis on conceptualization and the importance of the building 'parti'; traditional model making; appropriate use of both traditional graphic representation as well as the computer as a design tool during the design process; written research papers on design problems and historical precedent as part of the exploration process. Prereq. - ARCH 121, ARCH150, and ARCH155, all with a C or better. Offered fall semester only.


5 credits


ARCH121, ARCH150, and ARCH155, all with a C or better

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