An introduction to the theory and practice of two-dimensional and three-dimensional compositions and their location in space, architectural application of the foundations of design and architectural compositions, interplay of form and space and means of harmony, proportion, and circulation elements, the course requires practical application of the theory mentioned and a perception of the indoor and outdoor spaces and the relationship between them, the principles of their organization, and their relationship to human behavior through the development of a basic architectural projects on a simple topographic sites. (Lecture 1hr, Studio 6hrs).
ENAR231 | ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 1
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ENAR1111 | VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS 1
ENME121 | ENGINEERING DRAWING