30 Credits AUTUMN

Co-requisites: ARC103, ARC150

Aims/Description: A course of studio based practical architectural design work which aims to: introduce the perception of architecture; introduce issues of cultural and technological significance; generate the interpretation and solution of a series of wide ranging design problems. The technical aspects of the work aims to: develop an understanding of the way building structure, construction and services inform, interpret and contribute to the architectural design process; and provide the opportunity for the demonstration of that understanding as an essential component of practical architectural design.

Staff Contact: CHIA WEI SHAN
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Tutorials, Independent Study,
Assessment: Project/ portfolio

Notes: This module, forming part of the BA(Hons) degree course in Architectural Studies, is recognised and approved by the Royal Institute of British Architects and Architects' Registration Board for exemption from the RIBA Part One Examination in Architecture

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