Computer Aided Design (CAD)
Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Architecture Design or Media Studies and Architectural Education: An understanding of the media and how it operates is another essential element of any architectural education.
The study of media is useful in architecture because it influences things such as drawing and digital presentation. It is therefore plays a complementary role to the design studio.
Computing has changed the way we operate in the modern world.Architects today often depend entirely on computer applications to produce their work.
Computer-aided drafting (CAD) has replaced the traditional pen and paper as a design tool. Computer Aided Design (CAD) has made it faster and easier for architects to work throughout the design process.
This has had profound consequences on the way we conceive, perceive and interact with built environments. We will be covering a wide range of courses which will address the multi-focused complexity of the execution of architectural projects.
This section attempts to include a variety of techniques that deal with methods of design in architecture.