URBS205 - INTRO TO ENVIR DESIGN: PEOPLE & DESIGN

The built environment of a city is more than a mere backdrop; the design can actually affect people's experiences. Environmental design primarily focuses on the relationship between people and the built environment. It also looks at how the built environment interacts with the natural one (and the potential for greater sustainability). This course will allow students to gain a deeper understanding of how people create, perceive, and use the designed environment. We'll approach these concepts by analyzing design at a variety of scales, from products to interior design to architecture. Finally, using that knowledge, we'll conclude by analyzing urban spaces of the city.
Built Environment
Section 301 - SEM
R 0130PM-0430PM
BERMAN, RICHARD WAYNE
CLAUDIA COHEN HALL 203