Co-requisites: ARC303, ARC316

Aims/Description: A course of studio based practical architectural design work which builds on the lessons learnt in the first and second year design studio. The studio based design projects involve schemes of greater complexity than previously, with emphasis placed on the integration of knowledge gained during the three year course. Projects focus on the importance of physical context, introduce a wider range of building types, and require analytical studies relating to urban design, precedents and philosophical approaches. The associated technical studies closely relate to the design projects and are seen as an integral part of the design process.

Staff Contact: CARE LEO
Teaching Methods: Tutorials, Fieldwork, Independent Study,
Assessment: Project/ portfolio

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