Barnard College

ARCH V 3201x Architectural Design, I

Introduction to architectural design taught in a studio environment, through a series of design projects requiring drawings and models. Field trips, lectures, and discussions are organized in relation to studio exercises. Portfolio of design work from Architectural Representation: Abstraction and Perception will be reviewed the first week of classes. - Nicole Robertson, Joeb Moore, David Smiley
Prerequisites: ARCH V3101 and ARCH V3103. Open to architecture majors or with permission of instructor.
4.5 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: ARCH V3201
ARCH
3201
08540
001
MW 9:00a - 11:50a
116A LEWISOHN HALL
D. Shillingburg
H. Tang
K. Baxi
L. Meisterlin
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