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Introduction to Structures

Taught in Spanish

overview

The course aims for the student to learn to develop skills to identify, diagram and understand the basic structural systems and their relation to the architectural space; through a series of presentations theoretical and guided research exercises, the student will understand the importance of the spatial relationship between the structure and architecture; During the development of the course the student will be presented to different works of the great masters of contemporary architecture, spaces that will show how the structure and space Architectural elements are indivisible elements in the design proposal.

Code

ARCH 305

language

SPANISH

terms

Fall, Spring

credit

3 credits / 48 contact hours

fees

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