Overview Politics of the Image The Agendas series brings together prominent thinkers and practitioners to address modes of research.
Students will be introduced to a range of drawing issues, as well as a variety of media, including charcoal, graphite, ink, and oil stick. Subject matter includes still life, the figure, landscape, and architecture.
Representation, abstraction, and working from imagination will be explored. A structured independent project will be completed at the end of the term. Two studio classes, five hours total per week. Carter, Kurt Kauper This course approaches drawing as a way of thinking and seeing. Rather than a chronological survey, the course will be organized thematically, with examples drawn from a range of historical periods as well as contemporary practice.
Through lectures, readings, precepts, and studio sessions, students will acquire a working knowledge of key texts, buildings, and architectural concepts.
Two lectures, one preceptorial. The course will introduce architecture as an "impure'' plastic art, inseparable from a network of forces acting upon it.
The student will be confronted with progressively complex exercises involving spatial relations in two dimensions, three dimensions, and time. The course will stress experimentation while providing an analytical and creative framework to develop an understanding of structure and materials as well as necessary skills in drawing and model making.
Two three-hour studios with lectures included. Christine Boyer This course will examine different crises confronting cities in the 21st century. Topics will range from immigration, to terrorism, shrinking population, traffic congestion, pollution, energy crisis, housing needs, water wars, race riots, extreme weather conditions, war and urban operations.
The course focuses on the mechanistic understanding of the underlying principles based in simple concepts from natural and applied sciences. Based on a reflection of successes and failures, it indicates the feasibility of the necessary changes and critically discusses alternatives. The material is presented in 2 parts: For department majors, this course satisfies the Group 1 distribution requirement.
The course will focus not only on major monuments but also on issues of gender, class, and ethnicity to provide a more pluralistic perspective on the experience of modernity.
For department majors, this course satisfies the Group 3 distribution requirement. Through laboratory experiments students study the scientific basis for structural performance and thereby connect external forms to the internal forces in the major works of structural engineers.
Students examine contemporary exemplars that are essential to the understanding of 21st century structuring of cities with illustrations taken from various cities in the U.
Two lectures, one three-hour laboratory. Architectural discourse will be considered here as the intersection of diverse systems of representation: The course will treat as visual arts not only painting and sculpture, but also photography, cinema, fashion, advertisement, and television.
Christine Boyer Examination of a range of urban spatial types, city plans, maps, and communication networks. One minute lecture, one minute preceptorial.
ARC Urban Studies: Analysis of the design and organization of space, activities, movement, and interaction networks of the urban physical environment. Architectural thought in its institutional and cultural context and as it relates to design method and practice.
For department majors, this course satisfies the Group 2 distribution requirement. Mitch McEwen An introduction to the nature of building. Emphasis will be placed on understanding construction methods, materials, and evaluating the processes by which architects formulate strategies to execute their design ideas.
A continuing theme will be to evaluate the relationship between architectural design and building systems and technology. Two lectures, one two-hour laboratory. Early Christian through Gothic, with emphasis on Romanesque and Gothic innovations. Attention to the city as an ideal and an example, from its foundation to the present, with emphasis on major periods.
The course ends with an overview of contemporary dialogues between Italian and American architects, theoreticians and critics. The areas to be covered are color and its interaction, the use of form and scale, painting from a model, painting objects with a concern for their mass, and interaction with light.
Two three-hour studio classes.The field of psychoanalysis explores these various thresholds and boundaries between private and public, inner and outer, subject and object, personal and social in terms of a complex understanding of the relationship between ‘internal’ and ‘external’ space.
One of the main concerns of this volume is to uncover the relationship between power and architecture, or in more general terms, between politics and urban space, as this relationship is manifest particularly in the making of a capital city.
Bachelor of Architecture About. The Bachelor of Architecture program at KSU is a 5-year, NAAB accredited, first professional degree in architecture, leading to eligibility for licensure (Architectural Registration Exam).
The Relationship between Architecture and Politics Architecture is non merely classified as depicting the elegant and formal penchants of an designer, but it can besides uncover the hopes, power battle and the elements civilization of the society.
Language and Politics in India focuses on the relationship between language (culture) and politics (power) at the social, political, historical, cultural, and ideological levels. It explains the conceptual and historical unfolding of this relationship between and , and expands newer areas and frontiers of research and critical thinking by drawing attention to readings from different.
The School of Architecture's undergraduate program is known for its rigorous and interdisciplinary approach to pre-professional education within the framework of a liberal arts curriculum. The master’s degree has both a professional and a post-professional track, emphasizing design expertise in the context of architectural scholarship.