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Courses – Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries


Architectural Media

Stage I

ARCHDRC 102
10 Points

Architectural Media I

An introduction to drawing and computing techniques related to design studio practice and an overview of the analytical and critical value of these techniques for design.

Restriction: ARCHDRC 100, 101

Stage II

ARCHDRC 202
10 Points

Architectural Media II

The study of drawing, computing and related art practices in terms of architectural representation and analysis and the practice of selected techniques.

Prerequisite: Both ARCHDRC 100 and 101, or ARCHDRC 102

Restriction: ARCHDRC 200, 201

Stage III

ARCHDRC 300
10 Points

Life Drawing

Analysis and understanding of proportion, structure, scale and how the human figure relates to architectural space and form.

Prerequisite: ARCHDRC 202 or 201 or 752.201

Restriction: 752.300

ARCHDRC 301
10 Points

Measured Drawing

The measurement, recording and drawing of existing New Zealand architecture of historical and cultural significance.

Prerequisite: ARCHDRC 202 or 201 or 752.201

Restriction: 752.301

ARCHDRC 303
10 Points

Freehand Drawing

The examination, through penetrative seeing, of the basic structure, form, tonal colour and textural elements found in the environment and the development of these awarenesses in knowledgeable graphic communications with an emphasis on perceptual expression.

Prerequisite: ARCHDRC 202 or ARCHDRC 201 or 752.201

Restriction: 752.303

ARCHDRC 304
10 Points

Introduction to Architectural Photography

An introduction to architectural photography and photographic techniques.

ARCHDRC 370
10 Points

Elective Study

Topics approved by the Head of School of Architecture and Planning.

ARCHDRC 371
10 Points

Elective Study

Topics approved by the Head of School of Architecture and Planning.

ARCHDRC 372
10 Points

Elective Study

Topics approved by the Head of School of Architecture and Planning.

ARCHDRC 373
10 Points

Elective Study

Topics approved by the Head of School of Architecture and Planning.


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Source: The University of Auckland 2014 Online Calendar
Last updated on: Friday 1 November 2013
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