A series of lectures that address the relationship between architectural design and human behavior within its visual, functional, psychological, and economical concerns, a focus on the actual physical environment in local cities and villages and understanding the impact of human behavior on these environments, the relationship between the different urban fabrics, in-depth study for the spatial and typological systems of the different urban fabrics, local precedence studies, integrated design methods (people with special needs), design implementation 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 that will be applied to infill projects or projects located in sites with medium slopes, interior design for some of the major spaces in the projects. (Lecture 1 hours, Studio 9 hours.)

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