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FND1003 - Foundation Studio 1
This course introduces the fundamental processes and concepts of design thinking and making to beginning design students. This first design studio emphasizes thinking, iterative making, and discussion as a means for understanding spatial composition and human inhabitation. Through a series of projects that increase in complexity, the student will learn methodologies for exploring and representing design ideas in drawings and models. This course explores the commonalities and differences among four design disciplines: landscape architecture, architecture, interior design and design studies. The first meeting will include an important discussion of course goals and rules. Registered students who are absent from the first meeting may jeopardize participation in the studio. Students are strongly advised to take FND1005 Design Representation concurrently with this studio. Listed instructors are subject to change and the student will meet their teacher at the first class.

Design Studio
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites FND1005 / Lecture
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Academic

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