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HARC0330

Interm. Architectural Design

Intermediate Architectural Design
This studio course emphasizes the thought and method of architectural design. Members of this studio will be involved in developing their insights towards cultural value systems and their expression in the environments they create. Participants work primarily in the studio space and rely heavily on individual instruction and group review of their work. The course provides a foundation for more advanced study in the areas of architecture, landscape architecture, and other fields related to the design of the built environment, and an opportunity to work with the Cameron Visiting Architect. An introduction to computer aided drawing is integrated into this course. (HARC 0130) 3 hrs. lect./3 hrs. lab
Subject:
History of Art & Architecture
Department:
History of Art & Architecture
Division:
Humanities
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Spring 2015

HARC0330A-S15 Lecture

Fall 2014

HARC0330A-F14 Lecture (Kerz-Murray)

Spring 2014

HARC0330A-S14 Lecture (Cox)

Spring 2013

HARC0330A-S13 Lecture (Cox)

Fall 2012

HARC0330A-F12 Lecture (Cox)

Spring 2012

HARC0330A-S12 Lecture (McLeod)

Fall 2011

HARC0330A-F11 Lecture (McLeod)
HARC0330Y-F11 Discussion (McLeod)
HARC0330Z-F11 Discussion (McLeod)

Fall 2010

HARC0330A-F10 Lecture (McLeod)
HARC0330Y-F10 Discussion (McLeod)
HARC0330Z-F10 Discussion (McLeod)

Fall 2009

HARC0330A-F09 Lecture (McLeod)

Fall 2008

HARC0330A-F08 Lecture (McLeod)

Fall 2007

HARC0330A-F07 Lecture (McLeod)

Fall 2006

HARC0330A-F06 Lecture (McLeod)

Fall 2005

HARC0330A-F05 Lecture (Croft)

Fall 2004

HARC0330A-F04 Lecture (Croft)

Fall 2003

HARC0330A-F03 Lecture (Croft)