Rosemarie Castillo’s Profile

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Rosemarie Castillo
Academic interests

writing , management, business.

Bio

This is where my work will be posted as I progress in my college architecture classes.

My Courses

Physical Geography, Geog 1101, Spring 2018

Physical Geography, Geog 1101, Spring 2018

A survey of key elements of physical geography presented in the context of human activity and its relation to the physical world. Topics include world surface features, climate and weather, the seas, and natural resources.

LIB2205ID Learning Places SP18

LIB2205ID Learning Places SP18

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.

ARCH 3510 Spring 2018

ARCH 3510 Spring 2018

Professor Dikigoropoulou + Bouratoglou Fall 2017 Design V M/Th 8:30-11:25am

ARCH2330 BTech3 FA16

ARCH2330 BTech3 FA16

Building Technology III

ARCH2310 Design III FA2016

ARCH2310 Design III FA2016

This course is an exploration of abstract architectural design theory as an expression of three-dimensional space. The creation of comprehensive architectural design projects are developed following a building program and incorporating elements of site, enclosure, structure, material and technology. Design concepts and vocabulary are introduced and strengthened through design projects.

My Projects

Btech III- Team A

Btech III- Team A

Interviewing Johan, Flore, Rosemarie, and Daniel.

My Clubs

NYCCT Architecture Club

NYCCT Architecture Club

For over 30 years the Architecture Club has been one of the most influential clubs on City Tech’s campus. Each semester students and club members’ gain valuable knowledge from speakers who are invited to come and share their architectural experiences with the club. However, class lectures are no substitute for the personal, eye opening experiences that a field trip can bring.