INTD 0273

AS/Habitat: Design Dev.

AS/Habitat for Humanity Housing Unit: From Design Development to Bidding
Architectural Studies at Middlebury partners with Habitat for Humanity of Addison County for the design and realization of high-quality, energy-efficient, affordable housing. The objective of this interdisciplinary studio course is to develop the design of the housing unit from a conceptual level to the point that it can be bid upon competitively by contractors. This intensive process will be driven by a schedule of deliverables conceived to allow for construction to start in the following spring. Studio components include materials selection; energy analysis; code review, construction detailing; permitting; physical and digital modeling; engineering coordination; and construction specifications.
This studio will continue into INTD 0274: AS/Habitat for Humanity: Design Production. Students should expect a substantial amount of work outside of class time. Contact Prof. McLeod prior to registration. (Approval Required) 3 hrs. lect./3hrs lab
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Fall 2019

INTD0273A-F19 Lecture (McLeod)

Fall 2018

INTD0273A-F18 Lecture (McLeod)

Winter 2013

INTD0273A-W13 Lecture (Nelson)