Create models and drawings to communicate a solution to an urban design problem.Be inspired by urban design data from a variety of local and international sources. Expand your understanding of urban contexts. Present your finished design solution.
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
use appropriate research methods and codes to identify, analyse and integrate urban design principles of local and international urban contexts and sites
investigate and apply three dimensional forms and spaces through ordering, sequencing and modeling to inform the design process and proposal
communicate the resolution of urban and architectural design project in regard to site composition and spatial planning through applying manual and digital graphic techniques and 3-D modelling form and spatial relationships
Students will investigate methods of research to develop, communicate and present urban and architectural design solutions. These methods will be applied to the urban contexts being studied in the co-requisite Urban Design Research Studio.
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