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ARCH 402 – Architectural Design (3G1)

Description

The sequence begins as small scale studio problems that deal with space, measure, structure, site, tectonics, program, and habitation while addressing human needs and interaction with the natural and built environment. As students are introduced to and explore the many dimensions of architectural environments, there will also be a focus on the context in which we build, the perception of the built environment, the interrelation of buildings to the existing context, and exterior spaces.

Meets

Class Instruction Mode:  Online

Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 1:00-6:00pm   

Faculty

Adam Fure, Zain Abuseir, Eduardo Mediero

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