Architectural Design II (ARC-102)
In this course, the student engages in a further exploration of architectural design issues, examining the impact of the environment on physical and mental health, user-groups and their responses to environments, and architectural design as the expression of social values, cultural patterns, and historical heritage. This course also covers the execution and criticism of a series of related architectural problems and projects. Prerequisite: ARC 101 or permission of the Program Coordinator. 3 lecture and 5 laboratory hours per week. 5 credit hours.