ARCH 6601 - Ideas in Architecture
This seminar class concentrates on fundamental concepts, issues, and working knowledge specific to design in architecture. It is intended to complement the design problems encountered in ARCH 6100 (studio) and to serve as a critical platform to raise issues that are not always evident in studio making alone. Primary topics addressed include order, form and space, site, type, and architectural meaning.
Credit Hours: (3)
Corequisite(s): ARCH 6103 .
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