ARC 101: Architecture Design Studio 1

exterior facade at night with internal lights shining through windows.

ARC 101 introduces a variety of architectural concepts and principles with a primary focus on four elemental aspects of architecture: space, site, use, and materials. The course helps students build a vocabulary of fundamental architectural terms and definitions that students carry throughout their development and careers as architects. Students are also introduced to a variety of drawing and modeling techniques, as well as decision-making strategies and design processes. Learning is both individual and collaborative. 

Faculty

8/19/19
Korydon Smith is professor and chair of architecture at UB and co-director of UB's Community for Global Health Equity. He works across disciplines to build design solutions for those who have been traditionally marginalized from decisions about the design of their built environment.
9/16/19
Clinical Assistant Instructor - Department of Architecture
slcramer@buffalo.edu - Crosby Hall 324