Design Studio II

Main topic: Public Realm Settings and Street Design
Arch - Within the urban framework, the space for an open collective program (markets, meeting points, transportation nodes…) is designed through the definition of a coherent technical and structural logic that translates systems of activity settings into integrated functional opportunities applying rules of geometry and proportion, structural and constructive systems, materials and light.
UD - The street as a first level of urbanity and the essential scene in the public realm. Analysis of activity settings as the unit of place and basic urban interventions as supportive environment for user interaction. Variables, elements and the sequence of relations that configure streetscapes and their experience.

Course ID
ARUD 102
Credit Hours