ENGS 2: Integrated Design: Engineering, Architecture, and Building Technology

Offered

15W: 12
May, Wilson

16W: 12
May, Wilson

Prerequisites

None

Dist

TAS

An introduction to the integrated design of structures and the evolving role of architects and engineers. The course will investigate the idea that design excellence is very often the result of deep collaboration between engineers, architects, and builders and that it is only in relatively recent history that a distinction between these areas of expertise has existed. The historical, social, and architectural impact of structures will be explored and several structures and their designers will be studied in depth. Enrollment is limited to 50 students.

Videos

Integrated Design: Engineering, Architecture, and Building Technology: Professor Vicki May describes her architecture class designed to teach non-engineering majors how forces flow through a structure.