ENAR231 | PRINCIPLES OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

(for Planning Engineering Students)
An introduction to the basic principles of design; elements of design (point, line, plane, volume), an introduction the theory and practice of two and three-dimensional compositions and their spatial impact, applications on design basics and architectural compositions, interplay of form and space and means of harmony in architecture, proportions, dimensions and mobility, perception of outdoor and indoor spaces and their relation to the human behavior, design applications on simple topographic sites (Lecture 1hr,Studio 6 hours.).
Prerequisite: ENME121, ENAR1111

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ENAR1111 | VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS 1
ENME121 | ENGINEERING DRAWING