Architecture Design Course
Students learn about what makes a comfortable “space” and “environment” in an information society, in both the real and the virtual worlds.
Designing a Lifestyle in the Information Environment
“Design” is the process of planning something while taking into consideration a variety of conditions and combining various elements. A representative example of this is architecture, which creates the real spaces of the buildings and cities that we live in. However, the same principles can be applied to the virtual space that exists within computers, networks and the technologies that pervade our modern, everyday lifestyles. In our Architecture Design course, students study the principles and methods that play a role in designing both real and virtual environments.
The Two Cores
Design of Residential Houses and Other Types of Buildings
Information and Cognitive Psychology