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ARCC 3301 [1.0 credit] Conservation Studio 1: Historical Analysis and Adaptive Re-use

Historical building projects exploring architecture as a form of cultural expression. Consideration of site, program and materials. Introduction of conservation, sustainability and adaptive re-use principles, development standards, architectural codes, using case studies in Ottawa and elsewhere. Physical, digital drawings and models to explore designs.
Includes: Experiential Learning Activity
Prerequisite(s): CDNS 2400, ARCC 3501, ARCS 1005, ARCS 1105, ARCN 2105, ARCN 2106 and third-year standing in BAS (Conservation and Sustainability) or permission of the School.
Lecture and workshop eight hours a week.