Introduces artistic practice and critical visual thinking through three studio-based projects using different scales and media, for instance, "Body Extension," "Shaping Time," "Public Making," and/or "Networked Cultures." (Fall 2002), Studio Seminar in Public Art A typical architecture degree will start with core architecture courses designed to give you essential grounding in the history of architecture and current trends, as well as introducing you to key research methods, laws and regulations, conservation and sustainability issues, and modules to hone your analytical and numerical skills. Includes guest lectures and visiting artist presentations. Independent study supplemented by individual conference with faculty. Each ten years this has been reaffirmed and by 2016 most of the world had included this pledge in their national constitutions. (Fall 2006), Dialogue in Art, Architecture, and Urbanism Focuses on architectural and mobility interventions that respond to changing patterns of living, working, and transport. (Summer 2006), The Space Between Workshop Architecture and Systems Engineering: Models and Methods to Manage Complex Systems. Overview of core principles and methodologies for the design of interaction and behavior across objects and spaces. The method of assigning numbers to classes is to write the course number in Arabic numerals followed by a period and three digits, which are used to differentiate courses. Students develop products that address specific user needs, propose novel design concepts, iteratively prototype, test functionality, and ultimately exhibit their work in a retail context. (Spring 2004), Design Across Scales, Disciplines and Problem Contexts Introduces a range of practical approaches involved in evaluating and planning sites within the context of natural and cultural systems. Examines the evolving structure of cities and the way that cities, suburbs, and metropolitan areas can be designed and developed. Introduces selected academic and professional topics through lectures, demonstrations, and assignments. 77 Massachusetts Avenue - Cambridge, MA 02139, Lec: TBA, B1: MTWRF 9-12, B2: MTWRF 2-5, B3: MTWRF 7-10 (virtual meeting, B1: studio, B2: 3-410, B3: N51-160), see advisor, B1: MTWRF 9-12, B2: MTWRF 2-5, R3: MTWRF 7-10 (virtual meeting, B1: studio, B2: 3-410, B3: 3-410), 0-1-2 G Includes theoretical linkages between ideas about the culture of cities, processes of urbanization, and urban design. Students consider methods of investigation, documentation, and display and explore modes of communication across disciplines. We don't offer credit or certification for using OCW. Architecture. Student presentations and discussion of selected readings are encouraged. (Summer 2004), Special Problems in Architectural Design Each project concludes with a final presentation and critique. Introduces the tools, techniques and technologies of design across a range of projects in a studio environment. Builds on foundational design skills with more complex constraints and contexts. (Fall 2004), Form-Finding and Structural Optimization: Gaudi Workshop Seminar or lecture on a topic in structural design that is not covered in the regular curriculum. Architects need to have an eye for beauty, utility and durability. Note: Recitation 1 schedule change to W 9-10. (Fall 2009), The Once and Future City Students work in small teams and are lead by researchers from the Changing Places group. Preparatory research development leading to a well-conceived proposition for the MArch design thesis. Topics include the history of human-computer interaction, behavior prototyping, augmented and virtual reality, haptics, internet of things, and wearables. Examines modern architecture, art, and design in the context of the political, economic, aesthetic, and cultural changes that occurred in the twentieth century. Explores photography as a disciplined way of seeing, of investigating urban landscapes and expressing ideas. (Fall 2005), Computational Design I: Theory and Applications MIT online courses are taught entirely online, typically requiring 8-10 hours work per week for 6-8 weeks. Designed using cutting-edge research in the neuroscience of learning, MIT xPRO programs are application focused, helping professionals build their skills on the job. Integrates aspects of architectural theory, building technology, and computation into the design process. Provides instruction in designing and building a functional piece of furniture from an original design. (Fall 2005), Introduction to Art History Knowledge is your reward. Architecture groups its numbers by discipline group. Builds on Core I skills and expands the constraints of the architectural problem to include issues of urban site logistics, cultural and programmatic material (inhabitation and human factors), and long span structures. (Fall 2012), Urban Housing: Paris, London, New York According to Jeanne Ross, Director and Principal Research Scientist at MIT Sloan’s Center for Information Systems Research (CISR), enterprise architecture no longer falls under the IT umbrella. Overview of conceptual frameworks and research methods. Ute Bauer. Examines dynamic relationship among key actors: beneficiaries, government, and funder. Topic may not be in the area of the proposed thesis. Four-Course Certificate Program Starts on Sept 12 Cambridge, Mass., August 23, 2016 – MIT Professional Education’s new four-course online professional certificate program, Architecture and Systems Engineering: Models and Methods to Manage Complex Systems, will provide a state-of-the-practice view on model-based systems engineering for technical professionals and engineers. This is Part 2 of a 3-part series on digital systems, teaching the fundamentals of computer architecture and is based on a course offered by the MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. This course focuses on the agency generated and exerted in affective material endeavors, broadly defined as probing the myriad ways emotions felt in the body are linked to matter, and the forms that both emotions and matter may take. (Fall 2002), Analysis of Historic Structures Preliminary study in preparation for the thesis for the SMArchS degree in the Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture. In person not required. Enterprise architecture: Not just IT anymore. Introduces fundamental design principles as a way to demystify design and provide a basic introduction to all aspects of the process. Enhance your skill set. Some prior versions of courses listed above have been archived in OCW's DSpace@MIT repository for long-term access and preservation. (Spring 2004), Environmental Technologies in Buildings Downloads Current Pre-Thesis and Thesis Registration information — last updated 5/5/2020Institute Class ScheduleFall 2020 End-of-Term Reviews and Exams ChartFall 2020 Department Final Exam and Review ScheduleSpring 2021 End-of-Term Reviews and Exams Chart (revised 12/8/20)Department End-of-Term PolicyIndependent Project Study Form. (Spring 2004), Architectural Design Workshop: Collage - Method and Form (Fall 2006), Introduction to Integrated Design Addresses fundamental methods, theories, and practices that engage contemporary modeling tools in the context of architectural design. (Fall 2015), History of Urban Form: Locating Capitalism: Producing Early Modern Cities and Objects In contemporary moving image art, boundaries are often blurred between animation and live action, fiction and non-fiction, fine art and cinema. Explores concepts related to form, function, materials, tools, and physical environments through project-based exercises. Most classes retain the same number from year to year. Architecture degrees share ties to academic subjects like Construction Engineering, Graphic Design, User Experience Design and Arts. (Spring 2012), The Art Museum: History, Theory, Controversy Offers a broad range of advanced-level investigations in architectural design in various contexts, including international sites. Oral presentations and research paper required. / Gives students the opportunity to practice design without using a building program or code. (Spring 2014), Contemporary Architecture and Critical Debate (Fall 2004), Case Studies in City Form (Spring 2001), Furniture Making (Fall 2012), Advanced Seminar: Urban Nature and City Design This five-year full-time programme is a blend of theorical and practical knowledge for students to learn the art of planning, designing and constructing physical structures of various kinds. Explore state-of-the-art practices in systems engineering with the award-winning four-course online program from MIT. Fosters a holistic understanding of the architectural-building cycle, enabling students to build upon the history of design and construction to make informed decisions towards developing innovative building systems. (Spring 2004), Immaterial Limits: Process and Duration Made for sharing. Annexation, greenwashing, and destructive notions of progress have all but wiped out the memory of an indigenous mythology once deeply rooted in an embodied, balanced stewardship of nature. D2: comp: 2-0-4 G The design of urban environments. Internationals D3: 1-0-23G, L1: see advisor, B1: MTWRF 9-12, B2: MTWRF 2-5, B3: MTWRF 7-10 (virtual meeting, B1: studio, B2: 3-410, B3: N51-160), MW 2-5, B1: MTWRF 9-12, B2: MTWRF 2-5, B3: MTWRF 7-10 (virtual meeting, B1: studio, B2: 3-410, N51-160), MW 2-5, B1: MTWRF 9-12, B2: MTWRF 2-5, B3: MTWRF 7-10 (virtual meeting, B1: studio, B2: 3-410, B3: N51-160), TRF 1-5, B1: MTWRF 9-12, B2: MTWRF 2-5, B3: MTWRF 7-10 (studio, B1: studio, B2: 3-410, N51-160), LEC: F 2-5, B1: T 7-9, R1: MTWRF 9-12, R2: MTWRF 2-5, R3: MTWRF 7-10 (LEC: virtual meeting, B1: virtual, R1: studio, R2: N52-337, R3: N51-160), M 10-12, B1: W 7-9, B2: MTWRF 9-12, B3: MTWRF 2-5, B4: MTWRF 7-10 (virtual meeting, B1: virtual, B2: studio, B3: 3-410, B4: N51-160), WF 9:30-11:30, B1: MTWRF 9-12, B2: MTWRF 2-5, B3: MTWRF 7-10 (N51-160), TRF 1-5, B1: MTWRF 9-12, B2: MTWRF 2-5, B3: MTWRF 7-10 (studio, B1: studio, B2: 3-410, B3: N51-160), D1: TR or RF 1-5 (TBA), R1: MTWRF 9-12, R2: MTWRF 2-5, R3: MTWRF 7-10 (D1: virtual meeting, R1: 3-415, R2: 3-415, R3: 3-415), TR 1-6, B1: MTWRF 9-12, B2: MTWRF 2-5, B3: MTWRF 7-10 (studio, B1: studio, B2: 3-410, B3: N51-160), 1st mtg:, Mon, Feb. 15, 2021 (virtual meeting), 4.252J or 11.001J or permission of instructor, 4.314: 4.301 or 4.302 or permission of instructor, UG: 4.341 or permission of instructor, G: 4.342 or permission of instructor, UG: 4.301 or 4.302 or 4.354 or permission of instructor G: 4.355 or permission of instructor, UG: 4.301 or 4.302; 4.307; 4.312 or permission of instructor; G: 4.307; 4.312 or permission of instructor, UG: 4.301 or 4.302 or permission of instructor; G: permission of instructor, MW 9:30-11, 4.440: F 9:30-11, 4.462: M 4-6 (virtual meeting), For 4.542: 4.541 or permission of instructor; for 4.582: 4.580 or permission of instructor, MW 9:30-11, R1: W 12-1, R2: F 12-1 (virtual meeting), MW 11-12:30, R1: W 1-2, R2: F 11-12 (virtual meeting), TR 2-3:30, R1: W 9-10, R2: F 1-2 (virtual meeting), Current Pre-Thesis and Thesis Registration information, Fall 2020 End-of-Term Reviews and Exams Chart, Fall 2020 Department Final Exam and Review Schedule, Spring 2021 End-of-Term Reviews and Exams Chart, 4.187 SMArchS Architecture Design Pre-Thesis Preparation, 4.286 SMArchS Urbanism Pre-Thesis Preparation, 4.388 Thesis II — SMACT Thesis Preparation, 4.489 Preparation for Building Technology PhD Thesis, 4.587 SMArchS Computation Pre-Thesis Preparation, 4.589 Preparation for Design & Computation PhD Thesis, 4.686 SMArchS AKPIA Pre-Thesis Preparation, 4.687 SMArchS HTC Pre-Thesis Preparation, 4.689 Preparation for History, Theory and Criticism PhD Thesis, 4.022 Design Studio: Introduction to Design Techniques and Technologies, 4.032 / 4.033 Design Studio: Information and Visualization, 4.041 Design Studio: Advanced Product Design, 4.043 / 4.044 Design Studio: Advanced Interactions, 4.110 Design Across Scales and Disciplines, 4.120 Furniture Making Workshop (for graduate students), 4.154 Architecture Design Option Studio (Goulthorpe), 4.154 Architecture Design Option Studio (Stanescu), 4.154 Architecture Design Option Studio (Bucci/Binjaku), 4.154 Architecture Design Option Studio (Mazereeuw/Shieh), 4.154 Architecture Design Option Studio (Karsan + TBA), 4.154 Architecture Design Option Studio (Leong/Leong), 4.173J / 11.307J China Urban Design Studio, 4.182 Architectural Design Workshop — Case Studies in Mixed Income Housing, 4.213J / 11.308J Ecological Urbanism Seminar, 4.215J / 11.309J Sensing Place: Photography as Inquiry, 4.236J / 11.463J Structuring Low-Income Housing Projects in Developing Countries, 4.244J / 11.333J Urban Design Seminar: Perspectives on Contemporary Practice, 4.247J / 11.337J Urban Design Ideals and Action, 4.250J / 11.001J Introduction to Urban Design and Development, 4.254J / 11.303J Real Estate Development Studio, 4.255J / 11.304J Site and Environmental Systems Planning, 4.275J / 11.912J Advanced Urbanism Colloquium, 4.s22 Special Subject: Design Studies — Super-Communal, 4.s23 Special Subject: Architecture Studies — Cosmopolitans and Cosmopoliticals.