ARCH&UD 103

Introduction to Architectural Design

Description: Studio, 18 hours. Limited to currently enrolled college/university students and graduates of colleges/universities. Introduction to basic architectural design principles and problem solving. How to control point, line, surface, and volume to shape spaces for human use. Visual analysis as tool for discussing and understanding organization. Techniques of repetition, variation, order, scale, and rhythm. Use of case-study analysis to uncover disciplinary issues within design problems and production of individual solutions to problems. Offered in summer only. Letter grading.

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