ARCH 6330: Seminar in Modern Architecture
Lecture - 4 credits
- Examines the state of architecture and urbanism in the two decades leading up to 2000.
- Explores contemporary issues in architectural theory and urban design.
- Examines a broad range of ideas affecting contemporary developments in architectural practice.
- Engages cultural and historical forces as well as contemporary criticism to define the nature of modernism, late modernism, postmodernism, and deconstruction.
- Case studies, analysis of theoretical models, and application of methods of history provide students with support for their own design work in studio and co-op experiences.
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