This course is an integrated workshop and lecture series in which students develop the technical systems of preliminary design proposals from earlier studio work. The careful advancement of structural form and detail, environmental systems, egress and accessability, and envelope design, as well as an understanding of the constructive processes from which a building emerges, are all approached systematically, as elements of design used not only to achieve technical and performance goals but also to reinforce and re-inform the conceptual origins of the work. The workshop is complemented by a series of lectures from leading structural, environmental, and envelope consultants. Detailed technical drawings and analyses, along with the use of BIM software, are required. Prerequisites: 1021a, 2011a, 2012b, 2015b, 2021a.

All Semesters

2022b
Spring 2019
Systems Integration and Development in Design
Martin Finio, Victoria Arbitrio, Anibal Bellomio, Alastair Elliott, Erleen Hatfield, Robert Haughney, Kristin Hawkins, Larry Jones, Jennifer Lan, Gina Narracci, Kari Nystrom, Laura Pirie, Victoria Ponce de Leon, Craig Razza, Pierce Reynoldson, Edward Stanley, Philip Steiner, Celia Toche, Adam Trojanowski, John D. Jacobson
2022b
Spring 2017
Systems Integration and Development in Design
Martin Finio, Kristin Hawkins, Edward Stanley, Philip Steiner, John D. Jacobson, Celia Toche, Adam Trojanowski, Anibal Bellomio, Alastair Elliott, Craig Razza, Robert Haughney, Jennifer Lan, Laura Pirie, Larry Jones, Victoria Ponce de Leon, Kevin Schorn, Erleen Hatfield, Kari Nystrom
2022b
Spring 2016
Systems Integration and Development in Design
Martin Finio, Kristin Hawkins, Edward Stanley, Philip Steiner, John D. Jacobson, Adam Trojanowski, Anibal Bellomio, Victoria Ponce de Leon, Craig Razza, Victoria Arbitrio, Robert Haughney, Laura Pirie, Erleen Hatfield, Larry Jones