ARCH 4100 - An Architectural Genealogy
This course addresses the history of architectural and related developments in selected Western and non-Western civilizations in order to construct a conceptual and strategic understanding of the relationships between architecture, culture, civilization, technology, and thought. In doing so, it will focus on key constructed spatial phenomena of the pre-modern world and, where relevant, elucidate the connection of these works of architecture and their motivating ideals to those of the modern and contemporary world.
Prerequisites/Corequisites: ARCH 4120 Cloud Atlas: 20th Century Architecture, Culture & Civilization.
When Offered: Spring term annually.
Credit Hours: 3
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