The unit introduces the history, theory and application of design methodologies in architecture and related practices. Based on a critical analysis of precedents and approaches, students will be expected to develop their own methods for use in architectural design
||Dr Nadia Bertolino
||Lectures, Seminars, Tutorials, Problem solving, Independent Study, Workshops
||Course work, Final Seminar
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