BS, Urban & Regional Studies, Cornell University; M.Arch, Yale University
- 114Architecture Culture and CommunityArchitecture Culture and CommunityThis introductory course investigates the role of architecture as a cultural product linked to a variety of external influences that shape the built and natural environment. Students will develop an awareness of design as a collaborative process and address issues of environmental sustainability, social responsibility, human behavior, diversity, and community.
- 202aLArchitectural Design IIArchitectural Design II
Students will build on the techniques and methodologies gained in the first-year program, while adding to them a comprehensive idea about site as a cultural and physical generator of architectural form. Students will be introduced to methods of site analysis and research, new generative drawing techniques, as well as the architectural and disciplinary conventions associated with site work.
Prerequisite: ARCH 102bL.
- 402bLArchitectural Design IVArchitectural Design IV
Selected areas of specialization; three projects chosen with advisement from a variety of studio offerings that concentrate on different areas of vital concern.
Prerequisite(s): ARCH 402aL
- 599Drawing InstructionsDrawing Instructions
In this seminar students will familiarize themselves with the history and evolution of the practice of architecture in an effort to better understand the significance of instruction and instructability. Students will be expected to develop a technical understanding of disciplinary graphic and annotative standards as they relate to the production of architectural construction documents as well as an intellectual appreciation of extradisciplinary methods of instruction-based production as they related to the fields of conceptual art, music and computer science.
Lectures, readings and class-time conversations will together provide a foundation for understanding of the importance of instruction in the practice of architecture. Production-based assignments will be issued as an opportunity for students to demonstrate their technical and intellectual understanding of the subject matter.