Architectural Representation II is an intermediate studio-based class developed on the purpose to investigate and test the potency of one of the most fundamental representation systems in architecture - imagery making or the “realistic” representation of “unbuilt” architectural design - as a possible method for designing and thinking architecture. The objective of the class is to introduce the students to modes of architectural representation that can become methods of designing and thinking architecture.
Course: Architecture Representation II
Professor: Tom Bessai
Duration: 1 term (5 months)
2nd year course, Fall/2014.