This course is a continuation of ARE 2051. The design projects and problem-solving in this second term involve more complex buildings. The final project is a real-world building in Vermont. The student learns to work with zoning, building codes, and users while developing oral and graphic communication and presentation skills. The student works in a team on these projects to simulate real-world working dynamics. Projects are presented to a jury of architecture faculty and practicing architects.
School of Engineering and Computing
Architectural Engineering Technology (ARE)
6 hours of studio per week