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FND1005 - Design Representation
This course introduces the student to methods of graphic representation essential to design professionals in the built environment. Design representation is taught both as a craft and as a method of thinking. Types of representation include freehand drawing (drawing from observation and from the imagination); analytic diagramming (the two-dimensional representation of an idea or process); illustration graphics (symbolic representation), and technical drafting (conventions of plan, section, elevation and axonometric). Students will be exposed to analog (pencil-and-paper) and digital tools. The method of instruction will emphasize application of representation skills in response to project assignments.

Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites FND1003 / Design Studio
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Academic

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