Unit: School of Architecture
Department: Department of Architecture
Office location and address
110 Bayly DrCharlottesville, Virginia 22903
The studio course introduces first year students from architecture, urban and environmental planning, and architectural history to the built environment related to scales from the body to buildings, landscapes, and cities.Students explore comprehensive and foundational design principles, skill sets, and critical thinking.
This studio course emphasizes conceptualization and synthesis of complex programs in contemporary contexts at multiple scales. Prerequisite: ARCH 3010
This course will introduce a range of design practices with the goal of establishing a set of skills necessary for addressing complex design challenges in the subsequent Design Thinking Studios. Project-based exercises will explore methods of analysis, techniques of representation & systems of assembly at a variety of scales (detail, body, enclosure, systems, etc.). This course is limited to Architecture Majors in the Design-Thinking Concentration.
This course is a required, one-credit lab that is coordinated with Arch 3070 and consists of workshops and tutorials to facilitate the development of skills necessary for students in the Design-Thinking Concentration.
This studio-based course introduces students to foundational elements and methods of architectural design and representation. The course provides incoming M.Arch students the basic skills required for the successful completion of the program's core studio sequence.
A complimentary workshop to the studio component, this course introduces students to foundational concepts and techniques of architectural visualization and its relation to software and digital technologies.
This seminar is a forum for discussion and debate on contemporary architectural topics. The seminar addresses the instrumental and methodological diversity of architectural practice and the role of design in larger societal debates.
Topical offerings in architecture.
This course introduces contemporary cartographic and data visualization techniques as design tools for the strategic development of critical, theoretical, and experimental frameworks for architecture, urbanism, and intermedia design practices.
Teaching Experience Prerequisite: Permission of the chair.