ARCH 104. Principles of Modern Architecture. 3 Hours.

A lecture course covering the emergence of technological, theoretical and aesthetic principles of modern design beginning with the socio-cultural impact of industrialization and the crisis in architecture at the end of the 19th century. Attention is given to functionalist theory, mechanical analogies and the so-called machine aesthetic of 1910-1930 and to the precedents of important design principles of modern architecture, including modular coordination, the open plan, interlocking universal space, unadorned geometry, structural integrity, programmatic and tectonic expression, efficiency and transparency and briefly explores their development in post-war and late 20th century examples. LEC.

Master of Architecture (5-year)

http://catalog.ku.edu/architecture/architecture/master-architecture-five-year/

...such as the M.Arch.), completion of internship...or 205 or ECIV 104 or 304 or...

Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering

http://catalog.ku.edu/engineering/civil-environmental-architectural-engineering/bs-architectural-engineering/

...Technology ARCH 100 Architectural Foundations I 4 ARCH...eligibility requirements for Math 104 (Pre-Calculus) are...

Co-Major in European Studies

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...ARCH 542 History of Architecture III: Modern ARCH...the following: 3 ECON 104 Introductory Economics ECON...