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ID 427: ID 427-001 Introduction to Photography for Architecture Students
An introduction to the principles and methods of photography as a tool for architects. Methods of analyzing the built environment, documenting projects including model photography, and presenting results will be covered. The class will work primarily using 35mm colour transparenc...
Professors: Ronald D. Gordon
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ID 427: Intro to Photography for Arch
An introduction to the principles and methods of photography as a tool for architects. Methods of analyzing the built environment, documenting projects including model photography, and presenting results will be covered. The class will work primarily using 35mm colour transparenc...
Professors: Ronald D. Gordon
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ID 427: Introduction to Photography for Architects
An introduction to the principles and methods of photography as a tool for architects. Methods of analyzing the built environment, documenting projects including model photography, and presenting results will be covered. The class will work primarily using 35mm colour transparenc...
Professors: Ronald D. Gordon
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ID 428: Advd Architectural Photography
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Professors: Ronald D. Gordon
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ID 481: Design I
The first of two accelerated courses in design history, theory and materials for graduate students who have insufficient undergraduate preparation in this area.
Professors: Eric W. Diamond; Jeffery A. Mau
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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ID 482: Graduate Introduction to Design II
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Professors: Jeffrey C. Tull
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ID 483: Grad Intro to Commtn Dsgn I
Provides a sound understanding of two-dimensional form and introduces basic concepts of graphic design, including factors of visual perception and syntax, principles of creating order and meaning, compositional techniques, aesthetic properties of visual form, information processi...
Professors: Tomoko Ichikawa
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 4
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ID 484: Grad Intro to Comm Desgn II
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Professors: Megan Fath; Radhika Gupta; Robert C. Zolna
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ID 485: Grad Intro to Product Dsgn I
Teaches the fundamental principles and processes of product design through simple projects and skill building exercises, and study of more advance projects and case studies. Skills taught include diagramming, orthographic sketching rendering, basic three-dimensional model buildin...
Professors: Martin Thaler
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ID 485: Graduate Intro to Product Design 1
Teaches the fundamental principles and processes of product design through simple projects and skill building exercises, and study of more advance projects and case studies. Skills taught include diagramming, orthographic sketching rendering, basic three-dimensional model buildin...
Professors: Jereme N. Dumm; Martin Thaler
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 4
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