Term: Fall 2020
Class Number: 313
Credits: 3
Required: Yes
Elective: No

/ ARCH 313

History of Architecture I

This course is the first in the undergraduate two-course sequence (Arch 313/323) surveying the history of architecture from antiquity to the present. The course introduces students to leading developments in the history and theory of architecture and urban design from ancient times through the Renaissance. Innovation and change in architectural conception, stylistic expression, building typology, and construction technique are examined. Attention is also paid to the way architecture has historically been shaped by varying combinations of the formal and theoretical intentions of the architect, the preferences and needs of the client, and the particular mix of social, economic, cultural, and technical factors operating to define the specific characteristics of a given time and place.


Class Instruction Mode:  Online

Lecture: Mon, Wed 8:30-9:30am  

Discussions sections:

002: Fri 8:30-9:30am  
003: Fri 9:30-10:30am  
005: Fri 8:30-9:30am  
006: Fri 9:30-10:30am 



Claire Zimmerman