Study Areas

Design and Visualization 16

1012b
Spring 2021
Architectural Design 2
Trattie Davies, Sunil Bald, Peter de Bretteville, Joeb Moore, Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen, Miriam Peterson
1022b
Spring 2021
Architectural Design 4
Aniket Shahane, Anthony Acciavatti, Peggy Deamer, Alicia Imperiale, Elisa Iturbe
1111b
Spring 2021
Advanced Design Studio: Coastal New England: History, Threat, and Adaptation
Alan Plattus, Andrei Harwell
1112b
Spring 2021
Advanced Design Studio
Sandra Barclay, Jean Pierre Crousse, Can Vu Bui
1113b
Spring 2021
Advanced Design Studio: Lost Commons
Tatiana Bilbao, Karolina Czeczek
1114b
Spring 2021
Advanced Design Studio: Life During Wartime, Land and Housing in NYC
Pier Vittorio Aureli, Emily Abruzzo
1115b
Spring 2021
Advanced Design Studio: Manufacturing Wonderland
Marlon Blackwell, Andrew Benner
1116b
Spring 2021
Advanced Design Studio: De-Colonizing Indigenous Housing
Chris Cornelius, Aaron Tobey
1117b
Spring 2021
Advanced Design Studio: Art, Culture, and the Neighborhood
Melissa DelVecchio, Ana María Durán Calisto
1118b
Spring 2021
Advanced Design Studio: Intersectional Theater
Sara Caples, Everardo Jefferson, George Knight
1225b
Spring 2021
Formal Analysis II
Peter Eisenman
1227b
Spring 2021
Drawing Projects
Turner Brooks
1228b
Spring 2021
Ruins and Ruination
Mark Foster Gage
1243b
Spring 2021
Graphic Inquiry
Luke Bulman
1245b
Spring 2021
Color in Architecture
Sara Caples
1246b
Spring 2021
AI Aesthetics
Brennan Buck

Technology and Practice 10

2012b
Spring 2021
Structures II
Erleen Hatfield
2016b
Spring 2021
Building Project I: Research, Analysis, Design
Adam Hopfner, Martha Foss, Alexander Kruhly, Beka Sturges
2022b
Spring 2021
Systems Integration and Development in Design
Martin Finio
2207b
Spring 2021
Architectural Writing and Journalism
AJ Artemel
2209b
Spring 2021
Skin Deep: Envelope as Potential Energy
Martin Finio
2226b
Spring 2021
Design Computation
Michael Szivos
2229b
Spring 2021
Regenerative Building: Horse Island
Alan Organschi
2230b
Spring 2021
Exploring New Value in Design Practice
Phillip Bernstein, Brittany Olivari
2238b
Spring 2021
The Mechanical Artifact: Ultra Space
Dana Karwas, Ariel Ekblaw
2241b
Spring 2021
Building Disasters
John D. Jacobson

History and Theory 11

3012b
Spring 2021
Architectural Theory
Marta Caldeira
3103b
Spring 2021
Introduction to Islamic Architecture
Kishwar Rizvi
3256b
Spring 2021
Renaissance and Modern II
Kurt Forster, Peter Eisenman
3272b
Spring 2021
Exhibitionism: Politics of Display
Joel Sanders
3283b
Spring 2021
After the Modern Movement: An Atlas of Postmodernism
Robert A.M. Stern
3297b
Spring 2021
From Shigeru Ban to IKEA: Designing Refugee Camps
Esther da Costa Meyer
3298b
Spring 2021
Topics in the History of Architecture Education
Joan Ockman
3301b
Spring 2021
New York as Incubator of Twentieth-Century Urbanism: Four Urban Thinkers and the City They Envisioned 
Joan Ockman
3312b
Spring 2021
Textile Architectures: A Transhistorical and Global Perspective into Architectural Historiography
Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen
3313b
Spring 2021
A Critical History of Domestication: The House
Pier Vittorio Aureli, Elisa Iturbe
3314b
Spring 2021
Lightness and Modernity: Architecture, Design, Energy
Craig Buckley

Urbanism and Landscape 7

4216a
Spring 2021
Globalization Space: International Infrastructure and Extrastatecraft
Keller Easterling
4220b
Spring 2021
Port Cities
Alan Plattus
4221b
Spring 2021
Introduction to Commercial Real Estate
Kevin Gray
4223b
Spring 2021
History of British Landscape Architecture: 1600 to 1900
Bryan Fuermann
4245b
Spring 2021
The City Before and After the Tubewell
Anthony Acciavatti
4249b
Spring 2021
Urban Landscape and Geographies of Justice
Elihu Rubin
4250b
Spring 2021
A Critical History of Domestication: Environments of Subsistence
Elisa Iturbe, Pier Vittorio Aureli

University Courses Outside of YSoA

This site contains all courses offered by Yale University in the current term, with the exception of courses in the School of Medicine. Accessible up-to-date information includes the course title, name of instructor(s), meeting time, and meeting place. Courses offered elsewhere in the University may be taken for credit with permission of the instructor.

Students who would like to take a non-School of Architecture course to satisfy an area elective requirement must obtain permission of the study area coordinator(s).