Courses - Housing Theory PLAN 6111   Housing Theory
An introduction to the history and theory of contemporary practice in housing design and production. The focus is on the quality of housing and the residential environment. A comparative analysis of significant past and current examples is used to provide insight into the way houses and neighborhoods are designed. This understanding is placed in the context of differing economic, political and housing market situations.
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CROSS-LISTING: ARCH 5102.03, PLAN 4111.03
RESTRICTIONS: Graduate students in the Faculty of Architecture and Planning, or permission of instructor