ARCH 109. Architectural Foundations II. 6 Hours.
A continuation of ARCH 108 with major emphasis on the design relationships among people, architectural space, and the environment. The course is based on a series of exercises leading to the understanding of architectural enclosure as mediating between people and the outside world. Issues of scale, light, proportion, rhythm, sequence, threshold, and enclosure are introduced in relation to the human body, as well as in relation to architectural form. Students will engage in drawing, perspective projection, model building, and basic computer graphics. Students must bring a lap top computer to this class. Prerequisite: ARCH 108. LAB.