M 7:00 – 9:30 p.m., Anderson Hall, Room 117
This seminar introduces non-architecture students to how architects think about, view, and produce the built environment. Ways of working common to architectural design will be introduced and explored through careful readings of buildings and places through creative design speculations. Weekly discussions and hands-on exercises centered on a single theme will teach students how to precisely interpret their surroundings and critically engage architects and architecture. Class meetings will be led by a group of select graduate and fifth-year students pursuing a professional degree in architecture.
Only open to non-architecture students; instructor permission required.
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