ARCH406 Graduate Architecture Design Studio III

Course

Overview

Faculty Assigned
Credits
6
Term
TBD
Schedule/Location
MWF 2:00pm - 6:00pm (TBA)

Synopsis

Catalog Description

Investigations into the relationship between the man-made and the natural world including introductory issues of assembly and material value. Design of the site and the building are combined into an integral process delimiting and probing the boundaries of each and exploring their reciprocal relationship. The architect's obligations to the natural and urban contexts are explored in many dimensions including historical, typological, environmental, and physical.

Prerequisites

Minimum grade of C- in ARCH405. Must be in Architecture (Master's) program.