Three architecture studios introduce students to basics of programmatic design on a specific site, and basics of three-dimensional drawing and thinking (Studio I), design to modern structures (e.g. steel frame airport design project, Studio III), and most unusually, historical design (designing a Neoclassical assembly hall or Gothic cathedral, with full consideration of actual structure, Studio III). Design courses introduce fundamentals of design, with projects in table utensils, landscape architecture, furniture, etc. Students can take a history course in History of World Architecture, or Modern Architecture.
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