W 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Anderson Hall, Room 230

The shape, composition, organization, and distribution of (the) urban masses embody our collective history, materialize prevailing knowledge and beliefs, and constitute contemporary existence. This course makes an historical case for this idea. It considers recent efforts in architectural and urban design to dissemble or make visible (the) urban masses. Most importantly, concerned with our political economic and environmental fate, the course encourages and supports speculation on the creative reform of our planetary material culture. Open to both Architecture and Non-Architecture students

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