A series of lectures introducing the fundamentals of architecture (utility, sustainability, aesthetic, and economy) and focusing on the natural and social environments as main factors in identifying architectural compositions, functional relations, spatial requirements, architectural concepts, with emphasis on two and three dimensional drawings. Implementations on small scale architectural design projects with low complexity, adoption of experimental approach in design to test the impact of these factors on the architectural design outcome, taking into consideration the on the functional, structural, visual and aesthetic issues. (Lecture 1 hr. Studio 6 hours.)
Prerequisite: ENAR1311

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