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MARCH-6010: M'Arch Studio 1

Course Description

MArch Studio 1 is composed of two mini-studio components, each of which introduces a distinct discourse of architecture. 

The first, 1A, addresses Order. The studio is concerned with architecture as a discipline that composes things: form, space, and material. Students gain skill and an historical appreciation of compositional order while also assessing this discourse critically - understanding order as inseparable from the imposition of power. Counter strategies that resist and undermine order situate this discourse in contemporary practice.


The second, 1B, addresses Scenarios. The studio examines the relationship between architectural form, programmatic intent, and social conditions. The studio considers how architecture – through the form it gives to thresholds and spaces – shapes relationships between people as well as their daily actions/activities. The studio considers how fundamental disciplinary tools can be leveraged towards specific social intent.

In subject:

Academic Level:

Graduate

Pre-Requisites and Co-Requisites:

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Sections:

Fall 2022

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-6010-1: M'Arch Studio 1
Brian Price, Antje Steinmuller
  • Mon/Thu 12:00-06:00PM, Main Bldg - S7 (Architecture)

Fall 2021

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-6010-1: M'Arch Studio 1
Brian Price, Antje Steinmuller
  • Mon/Thu 2:00-04:00PM, San Francisco - Main Building - S5
  • Mon/Thu 11:00AM-01:00PM, San Francisco - Main Building - S5

Fall 2020

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-6010-1: M'Arch Studio 1
Brian Price, Hugh Hynes
  • Mon/Thu 12:30-06:30PM
MARCH-6010-2: M'Arch Studio 1 STANDBY

Fall 2019

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-6010-1: M'Arch Studio 1
Andrew Kudless
  • Mon/Thu 12:30-06:30PM, San Francisco - Main Building - S3