AET 371 - Architectural Design V
An architectural studio course with a focus on the analysis of the urban condition. Students work in groups to analyze a city, a neighborhood, and a specific site. The final project incorporates the findings from this analysis and transforms the designated site into a large-scale, mixed-use facility. Through a coherent mix of urban design readings, architectural theory, and precedents studies, students examine the historical overview of the growth of cities coupled with studio projects in the design of urban environments. The analysis of an urban condition reveals connections between living and working in a contemporary city. Two lecture hours, six studio hours. (Formerly AET 367)
Prerequisite(s): AET 352 (C or better).
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