Writing in Architecture and Urbanism
This course introduces students to a broad range of writings in both architecture and urbanism. Selected writings include manifestos and critical texts within broader theoretical frameworks, from historical and contemporary architecture and urbanism. Students are assigned readings and will be required to critically reflect and take part in discussion on the content, form and style. Student research and analysis is synthesized through different genres of writing. PREREQ: ARCH-3026 (lec 3), cr 3. Cannot retain credits for both ARCH-4026 and ARCH-3017.