ART 220 - The Greening of Modern Architecture
Architecture and Environmental Studies are natural companions. Unfortunately developments in the history of modern architecture until the final third of the twentieth century rarely acknowledged their companionship. During the past fifty years, however, there has been an explosion of theoretical writing and architectural practice to redress this oversight. The focus of the assigned readings in this course will familiarize the participants with the leading theorists in the field of sustainable architecture, and enable them to design a private dwelling that is both modern and sustainable.
Spring 2019 is the final semester this course will be offered with Professor Larry Ligo.
Satisfies the Visual and Performing Arts requirement.
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