Section Info: ARCH-225ED-01

Course Title: Intermediate Studies in Architecture: 'Environmental Principles'
Start Date: 08/30/2021 End Date: 12/13/2021
Term: Fall Semester 2021
Description: This hybrid studio addresses human comfort with lectures and problem work sessions integrated with design projects. We start with an in-depth study of the world's climate regions, the sun, and the earth's tilt and spin. Primary methods of heat transfer are investigated as students research two architectural solutions (vernacular and contemporary) within each climate. Using daylight, the sun's movement, and sun-path diagrams students will design, draw and build a functioning solar clock. Issues in day-lighting and thermal comfort will then drive an extended design problem. Students will be asked to solve numerical problems and present design solutions using both drawings and models.
Distribution(s): I - Humanities , TP - Topics Course
Academic Level Of Course: Undergraduate     Credits:4.00    

Faculty         Phone         Email address        
Naomi Darling     

Meeting Dates         Method         Meeting days         Meeting times         Building name         Room     Frequency    
08/30/2021 - 12/13/2021   Lecture   Monday and Wednesday   08:45AM - 11:15AM   ART - Art   211   Weekly


Requisite Courses        
Prereq: ARCH-205 or equivalent. Take previously   Required  

Additional Comments        
Students enrolled in this course will be responsible for some of the cost of materials.  
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Cross-listed Sections        

Course Availability
Section status: Closed     Capacity: 12     Enrollment: 14     Available: 0     Waitlist: 0


Book List         Required         Publisher Full Price        
To be determined.                    

Additional Book Comments        
This is NOT the complete book list for this class.