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FA 308 History/Theory of Artchitectural III 3 Cr.

A survey of architecture from the mid-eighteenth century through the early 1930s, focusing on the rise and early development of the modern movement. It integrates the historic aspects of the key examples of architecture and urban design from this era with the theoretical ideas that generated the built form. Included is a discussion of the new programs, new social/economic/political organizations and new construction materials and methodologies that drove the search for new forms to represent the new ideas of the modern industrialized era. 3 lecture hours. Prerequisite: FA 202 Goal 3. (Spring).

Architectural Studies (undergraduate)

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