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HARC0730

Methods & Theories/Arch Design

Methods & Theories in Architectural Design
Architectural design might be described as a critical and creative form of problem solving. In this course, students will examine the various ways in which architects have conceptualized and responded to fundamental architectural problems involving form, technology, and society. Students will be encouraged to think critically about the kinds of problems that design can address; compare various methodological and theoretical approaches; and identify the issues, methods, and theories that interest them the most in their own work. This course is required of seniors in the Architectural Studies track and designed to prepare them for the senior design project. (HARC 0130 and HARC 0330, or an approved substitute course in studio design for the latter) Note: Students may be enrolled in HARC 0330 and HARC 0730 concurrently.
Subject:
History of Art & Architecture
Department:
History of Art & Architecture
Division:
Humanities
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2012

HARC0730A-F12 Seminar (McLeod)
HARC0730B-F12 Seminar (Sassin)

Fall 2011

HARC0730A-F11 Seminar (Hock)
HARC0730B-F11 Seminar (Hock)

Fall 2010

HARC0730A-F10 Seminar (Hock)

Fall 2009

HARC0730A-F09 Seminar (Hock)

Winter 2009

HARC0730A-W09 Seminar (McLeod)

Winter 2008

HARC0730A-W08 Seminar (Andres)

Winter 2007

HARC0730A-W07 Seminar (Broucke)

Winter 2006

HARC0730A-W06 Seminar (Hamilton)

Winter 2005

HARC0730A-W05 Seminar (Hamilton)

Winter 2004

HARC0730A-W04 Seminar (Broucke)