15 Credits AUTUMN


Pre-requisites: N/A

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Aims/Description: This unit is the first in a sequence of two which are studio-based. It sets the foundations for ARC6842 Sustainable Design Project 2. The unit seeks to foster an awareness of the relationship between global environmental change and the construction and inhabitation of buildings. The unit introduces students to a range of approaches in sustainable architectural design, and encourages students to develop a critical stance in relation to theories of sustainable architecture.

Restrictions on availability: Yes restricted to PGT and PGR students in the School of Architecture; and M.Eng and MSc Architectural Engineering Design students in the Department of Civil and Structural Engineering

Staff Contact: Aidan Hoggard
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Tutorials, Fieldwork, Independent Study, Supervised studio
Assessment: Project work

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