Graphics for Architects
Sophomore Studio | Arch 271
Instructors: David Emmons, Andrea Melgarejo de Berry
Architecture 271 introduces students to the graphic language and design communication skills used in architectural design thinking. This course introduces design and drawing constructs used for communicating architectural design ideas including linear perspective systems, orthographic and paraline projections, and graphic presentation techniques. The course introduces graphic design concept development and the principles necessary for the architect to visualize, record creative thought, analyze and graphically present complex compositions.