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ARC100H1 Drawing and Representation I

An introduction to the theories and techniques of visual communication and representation in the design disciplines delivered through a series of lectures and thematic drawing projects. The course serves as a hands-on introduction to representational and geometrical techniques in architecture, landscape architecture, and urbanism.

This course is restricted to Daniels Faculty students

ARC112H1 Design + Engineering I

A studio-based introduction to the methods and processes of design. The course serves as a hands-on exploration of design issues through a series of exercises that introduce students to the conceptual underpinnings of the design process, developing their capacity to conceive, manipulate, and analyze form through a variety of representational media. In collaboration with the foundational course in first-year engineering, students will conduct client-driven community-based research in response to design problems.

ARC180H1 Computation and Design

An introduction to computational thought and techniques through a series of exercises, readings, and lectures. Students will investigate the relationship between generative design, culture, and technology in design and art before and after the advent of the digital.

This course is open to Daniels Faculty students and to students outside of the Faculty

ARC181H1 Technologies of Architecture, Landscape, Urbanism, and Art I

An introduction to how technology has shaped the disciplines of design and art through a series of case studies that describe paradigmatic episodes at the nexus of architecture, landscape architecture, urbanism, and art.

This course is open to Daniels Faculty students and to students outside of the Faculty

ARC200H1 Drawing and Representation II

A course on the theories and techniques of visual communication and representation in the design disciplines delivered through lectures and thematic drawing projects. The course serves as a hands-on introduction to the description of structures and environments as a means of both production and critique.

ARC100H1/ ARC221H1

This course is restricted to Daniels Faculty students

ARC201H1 Design Studio II: How to design almost nothing

A studio-based introduction to design with emphasis upon the production of form and space and the formation of landscapes. The course serves as a hands-on exploration of the relationships between material, tectonic, and programmatic organizations in the context of social, technological, and environmental concerns.

ARC101H1/ JAV101H1 and ARC100H1/ ARC221H1

This course is restricted to Daniels Faculty students

ARC251H1 Close Readings in Architecture

Detailed examination of case studies in the history of architecture with close attention to the objects of study. The relationship between design, context, and theory will be explored through analyses of artifacts and texts.

ARC132H1/ JAV132H1/ JAV152H1

This course is open to Daniels Faculty students and to students outside of the Faculty

ARC252H1 Close Readings in Landscape Architecture

Detailed examination of case studies in the history of landscape architecture with close attention to the objects of study. The relationship between design, context, and theory will be explored through analyses of artifacts and texts.

ARC132H1/ JAV132H1/ JAV152H1

This course is open to Daniels Faculty students and to students outside of the Faculty

ARC253H1 Close Readings in Urban Design

Detailed examination of case studies in the history of urbanism with close attention to the objects of study. The relationship between design, context, and theory will be explored through analyses of artifacts and texts.

ARC132H1/ JAV132H1/ JAV152H1

This course is open to Daniels Faculty students and to students outside of the Faculty

ARC280H1 Modeling and Fabrication in Design

An introduction to the theories and technologies of modeling. The emphasis of the course will be on the exploration of the relationship between technology and design conceptualization with the aim of developing skills to construct techniques for effective visual communication. The course will be delivered through a series of lectures and workshops.

ARC180H1

This course is open to Daniels Faculty students and to students outside of the Faculty