ARCH 430 - Architectural Design V
Credit Hours: 6
Lecture Hours: 0
Laboratory Hours: 12
Prerequisite(s): ARCH 370
In this first advanced design studio, students will integrate the architectural concepts, both technical and conceptual, that they have learned previously while simultaneously implementing personal design concepts into a semester-long project. Final submissions will include detailed architectural drawings, a deep understanding of precedent and their application, a clear position towards site/context, articulate presentation, a reasonable application of structural, MEP, and regulatory conditions, and a clear concept.
Student Learning Outcomes of the Course:
1. Professionally communicate by writing, speaking and creating clear and accurate presentation graphics and architectural orthographic drawings.
2. Develop projects and problem solve using the iterative design processes.
3. Create designs that meet aesthetic goals, enhances human experience and improve the site and community they are built in.
4. Formulate design solutions that incorporate user requirements, technical details and sustainable solutions.