Advanced Architectural Design 1 (Design 9)
Instructor: Francis Lyn
Student: Emelia Fischer
This advanced level studio focuses on developing graphic tools, expanding the scales of design, urban design and complex architectural urban interventions. Coursework includes advanced design research, urban analysis, and study of the social and physical attributes of public and semi-public space. Clear communication through drawing, writing, and speaking are practiced through public presentations and workshops. Students will explore the development of comprehensive architectural and urban design at multiple scales and the impact of various modes of circulation as determinants of urban development and redevelopment. As an extension of human circulation, normatively considered in architectural analysis and design, alternative modes of circulation will be examined in a local site-specific context. Further the studio is situated in a real-world community design process whereby students engage with local communities to develop a vision for the built environment that supports a livable sustainable and specifically subtropical urban future.