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This course will provide an introductory exposure to the art and professions of architecture and interior design. Students will explore the elements of design that an architect/interior designer uses to compose objects and spaces: form, space, light, color, materiality, and their relation to the human body. Students will be introduced to expressive and technical representation techniques, including mapping, drawing, and model making- in an atmosphere of creativity, collaboration, experimentation, and serious fun.
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