A series of lectures that introduce the implications of architectural design on human behavior within its visual, functional, psychological, and economical concerns. Understanding public and private spaces in relation to building typologies and the surrounding urban context (access and circulation, neighborhood, urban morphology…etc.), precedence studies, integrated design methods (people with special needs), design implementations on multifunctional projects with special emphasis on the design of the interior and exterior spaces in order to achieve advanced functional, visual and structural solutions which will be implemented on a site with medium slope and a limited area , interior design for some of the major spaces in the projects. (Lecture 1 hours, Studio 9 hours.)

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