5342. ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS I
(2-4). Architectural drawing, perception, projections, and three dimensional
representation. Concurrent enrollment in ARCH 5591 is required.
5343. ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS II
(2-4). A continuation of ARCH 5342 with emphasis on more advanced
techniques: composition, tone, shades and shadows, and color. $2 lab fee.
5344. CONCEPTUAL DRAWING (3-0). Seminar to explore
aspects of conceptual drawing for the architect and the relationship of
design ideas in the drawing process.
5346. CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS I (2-4). 3 hours
credit. The techniques of building construction, the communication of
technical information, and the process of preparing contract drawings
for construction. $20 lab fee.
5348. PRINCIPLES OF ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY
(2-4). The use of photography as an investigative and presentation
medium in architecture. Emphasis on composition in black and
white technique. $30 lab fee.
5349. ADVANCED ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY
(2-4). Advanced techniques in photography, including use of the
view camera and lighting techniques, and their use in
photographing architecture and architectural models.
5350. VESSELS (3-0). The design of objects for the
post-Industrial Age, including vehicles, furniture, jewelry, household objects,
5351. WILDERNESS: A CONDITION OF MIND
(3-0). Changing conceptions of wilderness in Western thought, from
ancestral prejudices to recent, revolutionary appreciation. Literary and
5352. PAINTERS AS ARCHITECTS
(3-0). A study of artists' rendering of architectural forms and urban spaces in the
pictorial arts. Examples of fictive architecture from several cultures are
5353. PERSPECTIVAL SPACE (2-1). Issues concerning the
aspects and potential of perspectival space will be presented in a lecture
and discussion format. Readings and the making of perspective
drawings will be used to explore the medium of perspectival vision for
its cultural implications as well as depiction.
5363. DESIGN RESEARCH (3-0). Seminar directed toward
the understanding of research methods and the programming of
an independent design project, leading to the thesis substitute. Graded R.
5370. ADVANCED DESIGN STUDIO
(2-4). Studio course in the generation and development of architectural ideas in formal
and environmental contexts. May be repeated for credit. Two of
these courses are equivalent to ARCH 5670.