SART 65 Architecture I
A disciplined development of skills needed to communicate architectural ideas. Factors such as climate, site, orientation, program, materials, and structure are studied in the process of designing structures and buildings. The course will concentrate on developing student ability to translate architectural concepts into two-dimensional and three-dimensional representations. Free-hand drawing, the use of architectural drafting tools, and model making will be emphasized. Along with more traditional media, the computer will also be used as a design and communications tool. Supplemental course fee required. Enrollment limited.
Distributive and/or World Culture
Offered16F, 17S:10A; 17W: 2A