10 Credits SPRING



Co-requisites: ARC102

Aims/Description: The overall aim of the Environment and Technology modules is to provide the knowledge and ability in building technology, environmental design and construction methods that are necessary to undertake design projects in the Design Studio. This module presents principles of planet and place including;-   environmental design and site analysis, landscape principles, buildings and their surroundings, interior and exterior spaces -   analysis of solar sun path and microclimate, building form and building physics

Restrictions on availability: Yes: Module restricted to students enrolled in Architecture BA, Architecture & Landscape Architecture BA, and Structural Engineering & Architecture BA Dual course as delivered by the School of Architecture.

Staff Contact: BROWN SAM
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Tutorials, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work

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