Representing Architecture: Means and Methods


Projects- and skills-based studio course. Exploration of the historical and contemporary techniques and technologies used to visualize, communicate and document, built/historic, proposed or hypothesized architecture and its construction. Focus on its application for art, architectural history and the humanities, as well as architectural design training. Topics covered include hand sketching, ortho/perspective representation, 2d CAD, 3d modeling and potential explorations of 3d immersion/VR or 3d printing/model-making. Presented in a series of short, topic-based studio exercises culminating in a final project, which may relate to the student's research interests. Instructor consent required.

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Curriculum Codes
  • R
  • ALP
Cross-Listed As
  • ARTHIST 515S
  • HCVIS 515S
Typically Offered