Listed in: Architectural Studies, as ARCH-209 | Art and the History of Art, as ARHA-209
Rachael Chase (Section 01)
(Offered as ARCH 209 and ARHA 209) This course will be a design investigation of sustainable architecture. Students will research cutting edge innovations in green technology and present their findings through graphic boards and verbal presentations. They will then design their own systems for water collection, air filtration, energy capture, site strategies, and solar power. A design language will be developed through a series of rigorous design exercises and creative innovation, and will culminate in a building project. Students will further develop sketching, drafting and model-making skills both by hand and with the computer. Guest critics will attend three reviews during the semester, and students will present their work to design professionals and professors.
Requisite: ARCH 105 or consent of the instructor. Limited to 12 students.
Spring semester. Visiting Lecturer Chase.
If Overenrolled: First priority to ARCH majors, then ARHA majors, then sophomores, first-years, juniors, seniors