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Architectural Technology
Course Code
Semester / Year
Fall 2018
Course Description

This special topics course offers an interdisciplinary approach to investigating our built environment using a case study focused on a specific place each semester. This course combines physical examination with information research and data collection using methodologies developed in multiple disciplines. Students from a variety of departments engage in on-site exploration and in-depth research of a location in New York City.

Recent Posts

Listening to all groups' podcasts next week!

Next week's class meetings are devoted to listening to each group's podcast and reviewing each […] See MoreListening to all groups' podcasts next week!

December milestones for the podcast project

Today in class groups worked on their scripts, and most were able to determine dates, times, […] See MoreDecember milestones for the podcast project

Project Site

Here is the link to the Learning Places Barclays Center project […] See MoreProject Site

Recent Comments

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ukjRxHY5e51fEyF0OESrnFfHOvu2g7F0ZzMiZg1dtU4/edit See More

ChuXin, Your documentation is strong and your observations detailed and precise. You make some […] See More

Daniela, A strong site report. Your observations and insights probe the issues of scale, […] See More

Recent Discussions

Site Report 2

Hello, This is the link to my site report, https://drive.google.com/open?id=12STrCGc8MsHH62W3qK_xamzLPeQjcnkt - James Asante See MoreSite Report 2

How is change managed in a city, who manages that change?Do people have a right?

City changes according to the change of society and culture. In my opinion, I believe that people are the major source of that change because people are expressing their culture and their traditional that they learned form their parents […] See MoreHow is change managed in a city, who manages that change?Do people have a right?

Recent Docs

Themes & research questions

Top categories gentrification & housing community, neighborhoods, people, & projects demographics of displacement (before/after) urban design large-scale architecture social justice     Categories: […] See MoreThemes & research questions

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