The primary goal of this studio is to gain insight into the representation of architectural space and form as a crafted place or object. Students will gain skills in graphic communication and model making, working in multiple media including digital modeling. We will look at the architecture of the past and present for guidance and imagine the future through conceptual models and drawings. Overall, this course will ask students to take risks, intellectually and creatively, fostering a keener sensitivity to the built environment as something considered, manipulated, and made. Prerequisite: one college level art history, architectural history, landscape studies, or architectural design studio course. Enrollment limited to 24. Note: LSS 255 can substitute for ARS 285 in the Plan C studio art major. A required fee of $75 to cover group supplied materials and/or printing will be charged at the time of registration. Students will be responsible for directly purchasing any additional supplies that may be required.