Innovative Cityscapes/Wearable Architectures studio @Dartmouth (FALL 2015)

Architecture I is the introductory course to architecture, open to students from various disciplines and levels. The course consists of three short projects that introduce students to the basic principles of architecture’s most essential elements, such as form, space, and function; materials, structure and building methods; circulation, light, and site orientation. The methodology of the course combines digital technology and hands-on approaches for model making, drawing, collage, photography, and graphics, while emphasizing a conceptual approach and critical thinking. The course is highly creative. It aims to equip students with the skills and tools to be creative thinkers, problem solvers, sensitive observers of their surroundings, adequate to envision and realize innovative ideas in various scales, both individually and collaboratively.



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