ARCH3231: Intensive Applications Design Workshop

3 Credits

BDA design core workshops develop your ability to critically approach a broad range of conditions through the lens of architecture. This course will focus on critical inquiry of tangible architectural attributes such as material (assembly), site (context), or program (need). This workshop foregrounds analysis of measurable, physical and specific conditions, and favors local project sites and/or precedent projects. The course offers a structure for moderately directed learning (including guided peer review), emphasizes iteration and process, and offers an opportunity to discover where and how your own interests align with broader opportunities as an emerging designer in architecture and/or other allied disciplines and design fields.

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B+ Average (3.435)Most Common: A (25%)

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