University of Western Australia

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Architectural Design 3b

  • ARCT3301
  • Semester 2, summer teaching period (if available) (see Timetable)
  • 12 points
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This Level 3 design unit is distinguished from Level 2 units by more demanding programs of greater technical complexity. In addition, a higher level of design resolution is required for the final folio submitted in the degree of Bachelor of Environmental Design. Students are expected to demonstrate a capacity to synthesise their various fields of study towards the creation of a place with qualities. In practice this involves design at developed sketch plan level in projects of intermediate complexity (a school, museum or library, for example). Emphasis is placed on the integration of theoretical concepts and building construction, both of which are introduced elsewhere in the unit.... -- Course Website

Prerequisites: ARCT2201 Architectural Design 2b and (ARCT2200 Architectural Design 2a or ARCT2203 Architectural Design 2a—Sustainability or ARCT2205 Architectural Design 2c—Sustainability). Refer to Faculty Rule for the progression rules relating to design st

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