ARCH 3223: BDA: Screen Test: Metal Work

2 Credits

Understanding the screen as an architectural element and screening as an architectural device. Understanding the nature of making and material craft in the design process, specifically metals and metal alloys designed and fabricated as architectural screen panels. Students develop: ability to understand, work with and transform metals; design vocabulary around screens, screening and patterns in architecture; design ideas as material assemblies and spatial propositions; verbal and visual communication skills as part of the design process; criteria for making design decision relevant for using screens, screening and patterns in architecture.

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B+ Average (3.360)Most Common: A (36%)

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25 students
FDCBA
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    /5

    Recommend
  • 4.51

    /5

    Understanding
  • 4.73

    /5

    Interesting


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