TALLERINT 3000J: BIO DESIGN: LEARNING FROM NATURAL SYSTEMS, ENVIRONMENT & EFFICIENCY

Code

TALLERINT 3000J

LENGUAGE

English

Terms

Short Term, Summer II,

Credit

6

REQUIREMENTS

- Letter of intent

- Previous coursework in advanced architectural design, industrial design, product design, interior space design, fashion design, industrial engineering, mechatronics and/or sustainability

FEES

$ USD 3100

Explore the biology paradigm as it applies to design that is consistent with the environment—from architecture to product design, systems and mechanisms.

The knowledge and skills developed will incorporate elements of design, biology, technology and communication.

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