Co-requisites: ARC6978, ARC6979

Aims/Description: This unit focuses on exploring the professional landscape of Urban Design practice and on relating it to students┐ own Urban Design experience, both within practice and within a school of architecture. The unit will be broad ranging, looking at the influence of factors including: approaches to urban design, participative urban design, sociology of urban design, funding, urban design for sustainability and regulatory requirements. Assessments will be tailored to student┐s individual experiences and situations.

Staff Contact: Dr. Cristina Cerulli
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Seminars, Tutorials, Problem solving, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work, Project work

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