Arch 125 - RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II - 3 Units

Architecture 125 presents a study of the numerous considerations required to build a typical two story single family home, a typical two story apartment complex, or a small store. Discussion reviews fundamentals of design, building code considerations, techniques of construction, and introduces working drawings and construction detail. Additional work includes beam loading calculation, heating, insulation, sound proofing, sanitary systems, soil problems, presentation techniques, and model building techniques. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 4 hours.

  • Prerequisite: Architecture 120.
  • Note: This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed Architecture 109.
  • Transfer credit: CSU

This class is currently not being offered but may be substituted with another Architecture class. Please see the Architecture Department Chair for more information.




 

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