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ARCH-981 Pro Seminar: Theory and Analysis

3 Credits

This course introduces post-professional students that pertain to contemporary modes of fabrication, visualization and materialization, their theories and philosophies, with an emphasis on their impact in architecture discourse via other disciplines such as science, mathematics and philosophy. Students will read and discuss a variety case studies, texts and projects. Written or graphic based modes of theoretical speculation may be introduced in order to enable an understanding of how contemporary architecture can extrapolate new agendas from cutting edge modes of inquiry within architecture and across disciplines. Reading and writing methods will be introduced as a means of preparing students for the following semester.