Explore the history and process of designing spaces and structures through a comprehensive examination of the rich world of architecture. Study drafting techniques and buildings of great historical significance and learn the language of architecture, including typology, plan, section, elevation, perspective, axonometric projection, scale, and program. Work collaboratively and independently on creating and building your own projects for various purposes. Explore the macro and micro scales of architecture as you juxtapose the idea that "no building is an island" with the alternative viewpoint that "architecture is in the details."

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Term 1 (June 7–June 27)
Davidson College
Term 2 (July 5–July 25)
Davidson College
Qualification Level: 
Center Math, Center Verbal