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• Understand the test taking process and manage their test taking experience to maximize their test scores.• Answer questions from the ten Knowledge Areas.• Answer questions regarding Professional Responsibility.• Understand the five Process Groups and how the project management processes fit within them.• Identify knowledge shortfalls to facilitate individu
Frank Lloyd Wright was a preeminent theorist of modern cities, skyscrapers, infrastructure, and compact, prefabricated dwellings, a fact obscured by his long association with a regionalist school of architecture based in the Midwest and with his sprawling “prairie style” houses. This course examines the whole of Wright’s various, sometimes competing architectura
Using AutoCAD 2014, learn to use the 3-D commands to create and use drawing planes. Gain skills to render surface and solid models.
This course introduces students to the world of Architectural and Landscape Photography. In this program, students gain the technical knowledge and professional skills essential for success in this field. Course lectures address the wide array of methods used in capturing both exterior and interior architectural photographs.
This course engages the student in the practice of traditional architectural drafting. Many students have little or no knowledge of traditional drafting via manual and pencil technique due to the preponderance of drafting now done via machines (CAD)—and, for students in earlier decades, technical pens. Students embark on exercises to establish the basic skills that
Starting where our beginner class left us, we continue to explore the BIM aspects of Revit architecture. This hands-on course covers topics such as: Families and their components; creating, organizing and utilizing different views; sections elevations and perspectives; schedules and project phasing tools.
Presented by a licensed architect with extensive experience in designing and managing residential projects in NYC and a legal expert, this informative 2-hour session will provide homeowners with an overview of the process of renovating an apartment in NYC as well as contract and legal issues.
Participants will learn how to distinguish and draw the major profile types and explore their origins, purpose and some of the theory involved in their application.
Students will learn how to measure a physical space, preparation of two-dimensional plans, threedimensional isometrics, as well as elevations, sections and orthographic projections.
You'll learn how to use SMART Meeting Pro to increase the effectiveness of your meetingsYou'll receive customized training designed to provide you with the knowledge, information and skills specific to your use of SMART Meeting ProYou'll become comfortable using SMART Meeting Pro with many opportunities for hands-on practiceYou'll practice completing tasks that are re
This course covers the fundamentals of design and detailing in traditional classical interiors. Topics include the guiding principles and proportion of interiors at the level of plan and elevation, the application of the elements of classical architecture in the development of interior spaces, and classical interior detailing.
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Participants will learn to lay out the Tuscan column, entablature, and pediment as canonized by Vignola, a Renaissance architect. The class will culminate in the drawing of a Tuscan temple façade. Alternative versions of the Tuscan, including historical examples of the order, will also be presented.
This course, geared towards drawing architectural spaces, will teach students how to create two-point perspective drawings using the Office Method.
This course will begin with an introduction that covers the history of the street and its place in the urbanism of New York. The class will then head out to walk a portion of Broadway to understand how its deviation from the grid assists in the creation of unique and interesting spaces and structures.
The course provides an in-depth but digestible understanding of architectural works both great and small, and will appeal to architects, interior designers, contractors, old-house buffs, remodelers, realtors, and just about anybody who likes to look at buildings.
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