Course Detail for ARCH-210-01
|ARCH-210-01||Design Studio III (6 )||
||Berman, Joshua David|
Instruction Type: Traditional
Introduction to Architecture as a discipline. Architecture as the interplay of the physical and the aesthetic. The role of natural and cultural forces in the shaping of the built environment. Explores the fundamental interrelationship of site, program, materials, and form and their importance in the creation of PLACE. Supplemental lectures readings will expose students to exemplary buildings and landscape designs. Normally offered in Fall semester only.
Restricted: Permission of instructor required. Cross-listed with ARCH 115.01, ARCH 215.01, ARCH 310.01, ARCH 320.01, ARCH 410.01, ARCH 420.01 and ARCH 460.01
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