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Advanced Technology Fabrication
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This seminar is a companion course to the Small Center Design Build* studio. The course will focus on methods of assembly and will give students knowledge of different materials and their detailing/assembly. The first half of the semester will focus on building skills and gaining knowledge through experimentation, while the second half of the semester will serve as support to the design build studio’s fabrication project.

In total, the seminar and studio courses aim to create innovative designers who understand the basics of building and who know how to engage, collaborate, and execute projects with a social interest. This seminar is an opportunity for you to explore detailing, fabrication, material qualities, and technologies.

ATCS 4225/6225 Course Information


*The co-requisite Design Build Options Studio course numbers are:

  • Fall term - ARCH 4041-03, ARCH 5051-03, or ARCH 6041-03
  • Spring term - ARCH 4042-03 or ARCH 6042-03


Old Course Numbers: ATCS 4225/6225

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Technological Systems