Course Code & Number:
Level of Course:
Pre-requisites & Co-requisites:
Mid-Term Examination I - 20%
Mid-Term Examination II - 20%
Final Presentation + Paper - 30%
Reading and Writing Assignments - 20%
Attendance and Class Contribution - 10%
The course aims to provide the student with the fundamental knowledge on the development of architectural thought and practices throughout the history up to the modern age.
Upon succesful completion of this course, a student will be able to
1. Be informed on the most important examples of architectural products and ideas up to Gothic Period that well illustrate their time
2. Develop a sense on the continuity and change of the historical process on the issues and problems of architecture.
3. Separately identify and interpret universal and local qualities in the development of architectural thought.
4. Be able to recognize and comprehend the connection of abstract architectural thoughts to the material aspects of historical/local context.
5. Be able to contextualize architectural history in the general history in a basic level.
6. Start to develop an intellectual opinion and a personal reflection on the history and culture of the architectural discourse.