Design Communication II
ARCH X 466E
This course explores the full range of constructed line drawings, including axonometric, one-point perspective, and model making.
What you can learn.
- Understand how to use line drawings as a medium for communicating design concepts
- Explore the full range of constructed line drawings
- Learn one-point perspective, axonometric, and model making
About this course:This course further introduces the student to the use of line drawings as a medium for communicating design concepts. Beginning with the connections of architectural plan, section, and elevation, the course proceeds to explore the full range of constructed line drawings, including axonometric, one-point perspective, and model-making. This course uses U.S. standard basic units of length (inch, foot, yard, etc.), not the international metric system. Two conceptual design projects help develop skills in communicating design ideas.
ARCH X 467.17A Design Communication I.
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This course applies towards the following certificates & specializations…
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