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ARCH 100: Introduction to Architecture
Orientation to contemporary local architecture practice in the context of the history of architectural theory; examination of the changing role of the architect through history; introduction to the formal language and vocabulary of the discipline. Emphasis given to developing wri...
Professors: Kathleen Nagle; Paul Pettigrew
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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ARCH 109: Freehand Drawing I
Drawing from still life, human figure, and architecture, both out-of-doors and in the studio; drawing from life in various media.
Professors: Charles T. Braucher; Firat Erdim; Janet S. Krehbiel-Pieracci
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 2
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ARCH 110: Freehand Drawing II
Drawing from still life, human figure, and architecture, both out-of-doors and in the studio; drawing from life in various media.
Professors: Charles T. Braucher; Firat Erdim; Janet S. Krehbiel-Pieracci
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ARCH 113: Architecture Studio I
Studio exercises to develop excellence in craftsmanship and visual sensitivity as a foundation for a basic architectural language. Problems of various lengths will deal with the technical skills of drawing and model-making materials and in both two and three dimensions. Using pro...
Professors: Alessandro Paradiso; Colleen Humer; David Goodman; (more)
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ARCH 113: Materials Laboratory
Studio exercises to develop excellence in craftsmanship and visual sensitivity as a foundation for a basic architectural language. Problems of various lengths will deal with the technical skills of drawing and model-making materials and in both two and three dimensions. Using pro...
Professors: Alessandro Paradiso; Amanda R. Williams; Colleen Humer; (more)
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: N/A
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ARCH 114: Materials Lab
Studio exercises to develop excellence in craftsmanship and visual sensitivity as a foundation for a basic architectural language. Problems of various lengths will deal with the technical skills of drawing and model-making materials and in both two and three dimensions. Using pro...
Professors: Alessandro Paradiso; Amanda R. Williams; Colleen Humer; (more)
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ARCH 125: Introduction to Architectural Computing
The class introduces concept development, design thinking and problem solving related to architectural representation and production technique (digital and analog). The class will look critically at recent digital design developments, as well as introduce students to the history ...
Professors: Alphonso J. Peluso; Brett Balogh; Craig A. Forneris; (more)
Terms: N/A | Credits: 3
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ARCH 201: Architecture III
The development of architectural principles through the study and analysis of building materials. Development of the graphic language in architecture. Consideration of the appropriate use of materials, energy, and clear construction as the basis of architecture.
Professors: Annie Ranttila; Benjamin Riley; Chau K. Nguyen; (more)
Terms: N/A | Credits: 5
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ARCH 201: Architecture III: Structures, Building Systems, and Assemblies
The development of architectural principles through the study and analysis of building materials. Development of the graphic language in architecture. Consideration of the appropriate use of materials, energy, and clear construction as the basis of architecture.
Professors: Casimir Kujawa; David Goodman; Elizabeth A. Williams; (more)
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 5
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ARCH 202: Architecture IV: Structures, Building Systems, and Assemblies
The development of architectural principles through the study and analysis of building materials. Development of the graphic language in architecture. Consideration of the appropriate use of materials, energy, and clear construction as the basis of architecture.
Professors: Aaron J. Adams; Annie Ranttila; Benjamin Riley; (more)
Terms: N/A | Credits: 6
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