CRP336 DRAFTING AND GRAPHIC PRESENTATION FOR PLANNING AND DESIGN
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||City And Regional Planning
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Representing ideas visually can be a powerful tool in helping urban planners and designers explain complex policies and proposals, and take control of the planning and design process. This course is designed for undergraduate students who are interested in improving their graphic communication skills. Through a series of lectures and drawing exercises, the course examines conventions for depicting space, form, and information as used by urban planners and designers. This elective course aims to delve into the graphic presentations skills that are taught to students in their first year planning and design education. Therefore, a basic knowledge of drafting techniques is required to be successful in this course.