ARCH 100. Architectural Foundations I. 4 Hours.

An introductory design studio directed toward the development of spatial thinking and the skill necessary for the analysis and design of architectural space and form. This course is based on a series of exercises that include demonstrating observational and analytical skills through freehand drawing, full-scale studies in the making of objects that explore the relationship between 2D and 3D through mapping and extruding, and the design of a sequence of architectural spaces that explores path-space relationships and threshold. Students are introduced to different descriptive and analytical media and techniques of representation to aid in the development of critical thought, including orthographic projection, paraline drawing, exploded views, and measured perspective. Open only to students in Architectural Engineering. Prerequisite: Approval from the Dean of the School of Architecture and Design. LAB.

Master of Architecture (3-year)

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School of Architecture & Design

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Co-Major in European Studies

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