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ARCH 515 – Sustainable Systems

Description

This course will introduce students, aiming to participate in the build environment, to a range of perspectives comprised of theories, manifestoes, tropes, and exemplary practices that will assist in positioning new thinking and actions within complex terrestrial systems. The course content will span the planetary to the surficial, quantitative and qualitative, theoretical and applied in pursuit of a position from which design might begin to operate with these cascading and networked fields. Weekly readings will be complemented by a set of co-taught lectures and detailed discussion sessions that aim to unpack contemporary positions regarding sustainability.

Meets

Course Instruction Mode:  Online

 

Lecture: Fri 8:30-10:30am  
Discussions: Fri 10:30-11:30 am   

Students will be placed into a discussion section during the first week of classes.

Faculty

Jen Maigret

Plan Your Future
Housing, Community, and Economic Development
Land Use and Environmental Planning
Physical Planning and Design
Transportation Planning
Global and Comparative Planning