Expand on the fundamental design principals from ACH 211 and identify physical and environmental concerns regarding design. Review essential spatial, formal, material, sustainable, and experiential dimensions of architectural problems of varying complexity. Explore the appropriate applications of hand and digital delineation solutions and their implementation in the design process. Analyze design precedents to understand their material properties, structural concepts, as well as responses to site, environmental and cultural factors. Apply the use of structure and materials for creating environmentally responsive designs. Develop a portfolio documenting work completed in the program. Lab fee $40. Prerequisite: ACH 211 and ACH 242. Note: Also offered as ACH 212H; credit is not given for both ACH 212 and ACH 212H.
Term: Spring 2023
Course Type: Credit - 4 Credits
Section: 001 (Closed)
Ways to take the class: Hybrid Sync
Time: 12:30PM to 3:45PM
Start Date: 01/23/2023
End Date: 05/21/2023
Location: Arnold Campus
Instructor: Robert R Lowe
Class Size: 20
Section Info: Note: This is a hybrid section with mandatory in-person on-campus meetings Tuesdays 12:30pm to 3:45pm and mandatory online class sessions Thursdays 12:30pm to 3:45pm.