This studio course introduces students to the process of linking rooms and spaces by architectural promenades. Students design a small single-family residence and learn to create atmospheric environments.
Learn the process of linking rooms and spaces by architectural promenades
How to define public vs. private space as a means of spatial organization
Learn to create environments with full code compliance
About this course:
This studio course introduces students to the process of linking rooms and spaces by architectural promenades. The defining of public vs. private space is examined as a principle means of spatial organization. A realistic residential situation is considered as students design a small single-family residence with full code compliance and learn to create environments that relate the atmospheric qualities of individual rooms to an overall concept of movement through space.
ARCH X 433 Interior Architecture Studio I, or consent of program advisor and SketchUp proficiency.