Architectural Design: An introduction from Theory to Practice

Arts and Humanities

Architectural Design: An introduction from Theory to Practice

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  • Cognate
    Arts and Humanities
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  • Recommended for
    Students interested in Architectural Design.
  • Required Courses
    Students must complete at least 4 courses for at least 12 credits.
  • Number of Groups: 5

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The Architectural Design cognate is intended to provide a comprehensive introduction to the field of architectural from the theoretical underpinnings to the practical implementation. Subject areas include architectural design, history, methods and on-site travel courses. This cognate introduces students to architectural and design through the framework of the Vitruvian triad: Firmness, Commodity and Delight. Drawing Skills are useful but not necessary.

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