ARC2304C - Architectural Design 4 (AA)
4 credits (3 lecture hours, 2 lab hours)
This course is the last of the four pre-professional architecture design studios. Its purpose is to summarize and engage the various foundation skills, abilities and understandings from the previous courses with the creation of two-dimensional and three-dimensional representations (drawings and models). Emphasis is on expanding the dialog of architectural design issues in space analysis/synthesis, organization, programming and context, as well as, the role of the architect in theory and practice. The ultimate goal is to create a competitive portfolio of work required for entry into a limited access Professional Bachelor or Master of Architecture Degree program.
Prerequisites: ARC2303C, ARC2461; Corequisite: ARC2501