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MARCH-6330: Materials & Methods

Course Description

The palette of building design consists of a broad spectrum of materials for architecture, from the primary building elements of windows, walls, and roofing, to the finite details of materials such as floor, wall, and ceiling finishes. This course introduces the basics of non-structural material for architecture with emphasis on material selection, materials application and limitations, and code considerations.

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Academic Level:

Graduate

Pre-Requisites and Co-Requisites:

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Fall 2022

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-6330-1: Materials & Methods (Lecture)
Margaret Ikeda, Brendon Levitt
  • Wed 8:00-09:30AM, Main Bldg - 150 (Nave Presentation Space)
MARCH-6330-2: Materials & Methods (Lab)
Margaret Ikeda
  • Wed 9:30-11:00AM, Hooper GC - GC2

Fall 2021

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-6330-1: Materials & Methods (Lab)
Margaret Ikeda
  • Tue 11:00AM-01:00PM, San Francisco - Main Building - S5
MARCH-6330-2: Materials & Methods (Lecture)
Mark Donohue, Margaret Ikeda, Brendon Levitt
  • Tue 9:00-09:55AM, Online - AR-2

Fall 2019

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-6330-1: Materials & Methods (Lab)
Brendon Levitt
  • Tue 9:35-11:05AM, San Francisco - Main Building - W2
MARCH-6330-3: Materials & Methods (Lecture)
Brendon Levitt
  • Tue 8:00-09:30AM, San Francisco - Main Building - Timken Lecture Hall