Design Principles (ARCH 241)
Introduction to the process of developing construction details and the assembly of materials that serve both functional and aesthetic requirements of architecture. Emphasis is placed on product research, performance evaluation, cost/benefit studies, and sustainability. Various methods of presentation will be employed to communicate understanding of material relationships and assemblies. Prerequisites: ARCH 203. Typically Offered Spring. Typically Offered Fall Only
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