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ARC356H1 Design History of Landscape Architecture

An opportunity to build a historical and theoretical vocabulary for the designed environment. This course will include case studies at multiple scales, focusing on North American examples from the relatively recent past.

ARC251H1/ ARC252H1/ ARC253H1/1.0 FCE in ARC 200+ level lecture courses

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

ARC357H1 Environmental History of Landscape Architecture

An examination of the global history of the interrelations between societies and their environment. This course examines the organisation of landscape and urban systems in a variety of geographic and cultural regions across the globe and over large spans of time. Please note that ARC356H1 Design History of Landscape Architecture is recommended as background for this course.

ARC251H1/ ARC252H1/ ARC253H1/1.0 FCE in ARC 200+ level lecture courses

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

ARC361Y1 Architecture Studio III

This studio will focus on residential types and the domestic environment through an exploration of the relationship between building types, tectonics, and material assemblies in an urban context.

ARC201H1

This course is restricted to students in the Specialist in Architectural Studies: Design of Architecture, Landscape, and Urbanism Stream and to students in the Architectural Studies Major: Design (AHMAJ2020/ASMAJ2020)

ARC362Y1 Architecture Studio IV

This studio will focus on the design of a public program or institution in an urban setting through an exploration of the relationship between building types, tectonics, and material assemblies in an urban context.

ARC361Y1/ ARC363Y1

This course is restricted to students in the Specialist in Architectural Studies: Design of Architecture, Landscape, and Urbanism Stream

ARC363Y1 Landscape Architecture Studio III

This studio will address urban form, context, and significance as factors in the creation of public space, with a focus on sites at block and neighbourhood scales.

ARC201H1

This course is restricted to students in the Specialist in Architectural Studies: Design of Architecture, Landscape, and Urbanism Stream and to students in the Architectural Studies Major: Design (AHMAJ2020/ASMAJ2020)

ARC364Y1 Landscape Architecture Studio IV

This studio will examine the reciprocal influences of landscape and urbanism, with respect to form and process, through a focus on landscapes as urban systems at multiple scales.

ARC361Y1/ ARC363Y1

This course is restricted to students in the Specialist in Architectural Studies: Design of Architecture, Landscape, and Urbanism Stream

ARC365H1 Selected Topics in Architecture

Examination of a selected topic in the design of architecture. The focus of the course changes depending upon the instructors research specialty or current issues in architecture.

ARC201H1

This course is restricted to Daniels Faculty students

ARC366H1 Selected Topics in Landscape Architecture

Examination of a selected topic in the design of landscape architecture. The focus of the course changes depending upon the instructors research specialty or current issues in landscape architecture.

ARC201H1

This course is restricted to Daniels Faculty students

ARC367H1 Selected Topics in Urban Design

Examination of a selected topic in the design of urbanism. The focus of the course changes depending upon the instructors research specialty or current issues in urban design.

ARC201H1

This course is restricted to Daniels Faculty students

ARC380Y1 Technology Studio III

This studio applies knowledge obtained from the prerequisite courses towards project-based design work with the aim of facilitating an understanding of the relationship between emerging digital technologies and production in architecture, landscape architecture, and urbanism through the development of computational tools and algorithmic design.

ARC201H1

This course is restricted to students in the Specialist in Architectural Studies: Technology of Architecture, Landscape, and Urbanism Stream