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ARCH 2102 Design IV

Course description

One of the key design experiences during this semester will be the dialogic interaction of architectural conceptions and building subsystems as simulated in the design studio. The requirements of building subsystems are seen to both support and inform architectural concepts and form. Questions of passive architectural responses versus active technical responses, as well as issues of thermal comfort, energy efficiency, sustainability, structure, and life safety will be addressed.

Enrollment limited to: department students.

Prerequisites

ARCH 1102 and 1502 ARCH 2101.

Classes

ARCH 2102 500-STU
On-campus program: Design Sequence

Number:1438
Class dates:June 2-July 25, 2014
Exam dates:Will be provided by instructor (see Final exams)
Days/times:MTW 10 AM - 5 PM Milstein Hall 201
Credit:6
Grade:Graded
Instructor:Mergold, A. (am71)
Max. enroll:10
To enroll:The online enrollment period for this class has passed. You may still enroll, but late registration fees may apply. See offline enrollment procedures for more information.

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