ARCH 200. Architectural Foundations III. 3 Hours.

A continuation of ARCH 108 for Architectural Engineering students with a series of studio exercises following a succession based on analysis, form, and syntax, with an emphasis on the communication of architectural ideas. Students explore plan, section, and spatial organization, spatial sequence, structure and materiality in relation to human dwelling and the building site. The course aims for student integration of these issues into building designs that require the organization of multiple spaces. Students will consider natural forces as they both shape and affect buildings, including gravity, wind, light, heat, sound, and fluids. Precedent studies, direct observation, building analysis, and site analysis are significant aspects of the semester. Prerequisite: Must be a current student enrolled in the Architectural Engineering Program. LAB.

Master of Architecture (5-year)

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School of Architecture & Design

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