2021-2022 Graduate Catalog

UD 601 Urban Design Studio 4: Public Realm Design

Focuses on the study of urban, shared spaces in the public realm including public streets and plazas. Students will be engaged in the study and exploration of the principles of public open space design. Methods of planning and designing active people spaces will be examined through site-specific design problems. Prerequisite: permission of the MUD program coordinator. A total of 4 credits may be earned, but no more than 2 in any one semester or term. Open only to College of Architecture and Planning students.