ARCHIVE: Spring 2002
Architectural Design and Technology Studios (ADE)

ADE 120 Design Fundamentals I. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Development of visual literacy. Introduces drawing and graphic representation as methods of seeing and problem solving. Studio. Prerequisite: major in College of Architecture and Environmental Design.

ADE 221 Design Fundamentals II. (3)
fall
Exercises in basic design, stressing creative problem-solving methods, principles of composition, and aesthetic evaluation. Development of vocabulary for environmental design. Lecture, studio. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ADE 120. Corequisite: ADE 223.

ADE 222 Design Fundamentals III. (3)
spring
Applies design fundamentals with an emphasis on architectural issues. Lecture, studio. Prerequisite: APH 200. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ADE 221. Corequisite: ADE 224.

ADE 223 Design Fundamentals II Lecture. (1)
fall
Theory and applications of basic design principles, history and theory of how architecture design is impacted by basic design. Lecture, discussion. Corequisite: ADE 221.

ADE 224 Design Fundamentals III Lecture. (1)
spring
History and theory of design fundamentals with an emphasis on architectural issues. Lecture, discussion. Corequisite: ADE 222.

ADE 321 Architectural Studio I. (5)
fall
Introductory building design problems. Emphasizes design process, communication methods, aesthetics, construction, and technology. Lecture, studio, field trips. Fee. Prerequisite: admission to upper division. Corequisite: ATE 353.

ADE 322 Architectural Studio II. (5)
spring
Site and building design problems. Emphasizes programmatic and environmental determinants and building in natural and urban contexts. Lecture, studio, field trips. Fee. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ADE 321. Corequisite: ANP 331.

ADE 421 Architectural Studio III. (5)
fall
Topical design problems of intermediate complexity, including interdisciplinary problems. Lecture, studio, field trips. Fee. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ADE 322. Corequisite: ARP 484.

ADE 422 Architectural Studio IV. (5)
spring
Topical design problems of advanced complexity, including interdisciplinary problems. Lecture, studio, field trips. Fee. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ADE 421.

ADE 510 Foundation Architectural Studio. (6)
summer
Fundamentals of architectural design, methodology, visualization, and representation. Lecture, studio, field trips. Fee. Prerequisite: admission to Master of Architecture degree program. Corequisite: APH 509.

ADE 511 Core Architectural Studio I. (6)
fall
Applies design fundamentals in architectural problems, including construction, technology, programmatic and environmental determinants. Lecture, studio, field trips. Fee. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ADE 510. Corequisite: ATE 353.

ADE 512 Core Architectural Studio II. (6)
spring
Applies architectural design fundamentals to increasingly complex problems, including specific sites and activities. Lecture, studio, field trips. Fee. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ADE 511.

ADE 521 Advanced Architectural Studio I. (5)
fall
Design problems emphasizing theory, aesthetics, and tectonics as influences on architectural form. Lecture, studio, field trips. Fee. Prerequisite: admission to Master of Architecture degree program. Corequisite: APH 505.

ADE 522 Advanced Architectural Studio II. (5)
spring
Design problems emphasizing the comprehensive integration of building systems and technologies as influences on architectural form. Lecture, studio, field trips. Fee. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ADE 521. Corequisites: APH 515; ATE 556.

ADE 621 Advanced Architectural Studio III. (5)
fall
Design problems emphasizing the urban context, planning issues, and urban design theory as influences on architectural form. Lecture, studio, field trips. Fee. Prerequisite: instructor approval. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ADE 522. Corequisites: AAD 551; ANP 681.

ADE 622 Advanced Architectural Studio IV. (5)
spring
Individual, student-initiated project reflecting a culminating synthesis of architectural ideas. Studio. Fee. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: ADE 621; ANP 681. Corequisite: AAD 552.

ADE 631 Building Systems Simulation Studio. (5)
fall
Design of energy-efficient medium and large commercial complexes; synthesis to optimize performance using new and advanced algorithms. Lecture, lab, studio. Prerequisite: admission to graduate program.

ADE 661 Bioclimatic Design Studio. (6)
once a year
Sustainable architectural and site synthesis at a variety of scales emphasizing bioclimatic criteria and the use of passive and low-energy systems. Prerequisite: admission to graduate program.

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