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ARCH 432 – Architectural Design III (UG3)

Description

This is a studio course in which the knowledge, understanding, experience and skill gained in previous courses are integrated and translated into architectural solutions to satisfy given needs, conditions, and means. The primary emphasis is in the development of insight into the solution of building and environmental design problems: how they are studied (analysis), how they are approached and carried through (process), and how they are conceptualized and developed (synthesis). Assigned projects require the student to consider issues of human scale, human behavior, environmental responsibility, and building construction at a level of greater complexity than previously encountered.

Meets

Class Instruction Mode:  Hybrid 

Mon, Wed, Fri 1:00-5:00pm 3100 A&AB

Faculty

Christian Unverzagt, Malcolm McCullough, Ana Morcillo Pallares

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Course Brief

Plan Your Future
Housing, Community, and Economic Development
Land Use and Environmental Planning
Physical Planning and Design
Transportation Planning
Global and Comparative Planning