ARCH 104 - Introduction to Architectural Graphics
The study of the various visual communications methods most commonly used in the architectural profession. Techniques will include both color and black/white, a variety of perspective systems, shade/shadow, exploded views, pencil-and-pen work, and watercolor. PREREQUISITE(S): ARCH 101 or IDES 101 and ARCH 103 . Assessment Level(s): ENGL 101 /ENGL 011 , MATH 098 , READ 120 . Two hours lecture, four hours laboratory each week. Formerly CT 142.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Produce hand drafted measured perspective drawings that follow professional standards in format and layout.
- Represent architecture graphically in a variety of media using line, tone, color and shade, and shadow.
- Interpret architectural drawings and transpose graphic information into three-dimensional model form.
- Interpret two-dimensional drawings and construct three-dimensional drawings using projection.
- Apply principles of geometric construction in the execution of his or her drawings.
- Acquire an appreciation of time management.
- Present verbally his or her work.
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