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ARCH 333 – Fabrication/Representation (UG)

Description

Fabrication/Representation --- In light of transformations to contemporary design practice, this course introduces physical prototyping and related representational strategies, with an emphasis on process development as a core competency in architecture. A shared lecture component provides a technological overview and long term cultural perspective, while a rotation of focused lab modules provides exposure to a range of prototyping resources in the College.

Meets

Class instruction mode: Online

Lecture: Tue 3:00-4:00pm   
Lab: Tue 4:00-6:00pm 

Faculty

Matias del Campo, Laida Aguirre, Cyrus Peñarroyo

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