ARCH 2001 Architectural Design III
Architectural Design III begins with a series of non-programmatic exercises: aperture studies and trajectory studies. Students develop models and learn discipline specific language. The design process alternates between representational techniques—first producing a model or series of models—and iteratively drawing plans, sections, axonometrics, and sequential perspectives to building collages, writing descriptive conceptual text, framing photographs, and curating presentations. Students present their work throughout the semester to public juries and gallery reviews.