Sep 24, 2022  
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ARCH 431 - Public Space Planning


3 Credits
Three hours per week.

This course investigates the physical, cultural and regulatory factors contributing to the design of public spaces. Case studies and field research will look at context and environmental factors including transportation networks, green spaces, land use patterns, and infrastructure, and performance standards including safety, government codes and regulations, accessibility guidelines etc. (Formerly Public Facilities Planning).

Prerequisite(s) ARCH 101  and ARCH 205 .  Students must pass each class with a grade of C or better.
Offered (SPRING)



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