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ARCH 2410 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN IV

ARCH 2410 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN IV

The architectural process involved in designing small to medium size projects for specific building types. Scope covers initial research and analysis, program development, flow diagrams, schematic design, and massing studies through final presentation. Final presentations will include drawings and models reviewed by a design jury. There will be three projects and a final portfolio. Research papers, 2D and 3D drawings, and physical study models and final models will be utilized in program development, design and presentations. Each student will also participate in building one of the site models for the projects.

ARCH 1210 DESIGN FOUNDATION II SPRING 2013

ARCH 1210 DESIGN FOUNDATION II SPRING 2013

Architectural Design II: Foundations is the second course in the one year foundation sequence which increases the student’s ability to perceive visual cues, create visual design, formulate concepts, and render ideas in two or three dimensions. Students will use a combination of hand and digital skills to aid in the creation and interpretation of three dimensional objects and space, and the delineation of the same using standard projection systems.

Historic Preservation Theory and Practice Spring 2013

Historic Preservation Theory and Practice Spring 2013

A broad introduction to the history, theory, and practice of historic preservation. This course will encourage understanding and critical thought about the principles and assumptions underlying the practice of historic preservation, including preservation law, preservation planning, adaptive use, design issues, and public history.

Building Technology Readings

Building Technology Readings

Readings & Resources for Building Technology This site contains articles on construction documents, codes, AutoCAD and Revit/BIM.

ARCH 2430 – Building Technology IV

ARCH 2430 – Building Technology IV

This course studies the development of building systems as they occur during the design development phase of architecture. Using case study research methods, students analyze factors, such as building assemblies and systems, codes and government regulations, human ergonomics, and sustainability, which affect building construction and use. Their solutions to these issues are integrated into their final building design solutions. The student creates a series of reports and a set of construction drawings using both analog methods (hand sketching and drawing) and digital tools including CAD software and BIM (Building Information Modeling) techniques.

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