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Architecture 1040 - Introduction to Residential Architecture
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Last Updated: February 11, 2016

Creative Commons Architectural Drawing 1020

Description

An introductory course in residential architecture to apply drafting standards & terminology using CAD/BIM technology to prepare plans for the construction industry. Topics include; Architectural Related Careers; Design Process, Construction Procedures & Prints; Conventions & Procedures; 2D Sketching; Architectural Symbols; Floor Plans; Foundation Plans; Wall, Stair & Cross Sections; Roof Plans; Elevation Plans; Site Plans; and Electrical Plans.

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion students will be able to:

  1. Identify related careers in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry, discover their own personal favorite buildings/architects, navigate applicable CAD/BIM software, and understand the importance of organizing class work as they develop a digital architectural portfolio in which to document assignments and progress.
  2. Identify the major milestones in the residential construction process, the stakeholders involved, and the construction documents used throughout the process.
  3. Understand and apply mathematics, measuring conventions and scales using scale factors; understand and apply the correct use of linetypes, lineweights, lettering and sketching techniques; and understand and apply the correct use of tools and media
  4. Generate architectural sketches as well as plan and elevation views using principals of orthographic projection.
  5. Demonstrate competency in the understanding and placement of architectural symbols used in a typical residential floor plan including; wall, door, window, appliance, and fixture symbols, as well as all other typical symbols used in the average residential floor plan or elevation.
  6. Identify, draw, and label the components of a residential floor plan in accordance to the IRC, using industry standard symbols, notes, and dimensions.
  7. Identify, draw, and label the components of a residential foundation plan in accordance to the IRC, using industry standard symbols, notes, and dimensions.
  8. Identify, draw, and label the components of a residential wall, stair & cross section plan in accordance to the IRC, using industry standard symbols, notes, and dimensions.
  9. Identify, draw, and label the components of a residential roof plan in accordance to the IRC, using industry standard symbols, notes, and dimensions.
  10. Identify, draw, and label the components of residential elevation plans in accordance to the IRC, using industry standard symbols, notes, and dimensions.
  11. Identify, draw, and label the components of a residential site plan in accordance to the IRC, using industry standard symbols, notes, and dimensions.
  12. Identify, draw, and label the components of a residential electrical plan in accordance to the IRC, using industry standard symbols, notes, and dimensions.

Students will demonstrate ABET Program Outcomes in the following categories:

  1. An appropriate mastery of the knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of their disciplines by learning and using CAD software to document the design of a Residential Home.
  2. An ability to apply current knowledge, and adapt to emerging applications of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology by learning and using CAD software to document the design of a Residential Home.
Modules:

arrow iconArchitectural Related Careers

arrow icon The Residential Design, Bid, & Build Process

arrow iconConventions & Procedures

arrow icon Sketching & Drawing

arrow icon Architectural Symbols

arrow icon Floor Plans

arrow iconFoundation Plans

arrow icon Walls, Stair, & Cross Sections

arrow icon Roof Plans

arrow icon Elevation Plans

arrow iconSite Plans

arrow icon Electrical Plans

Instructional Resources Needed:
  • UEN Canvas Login
  • Firefox or Google Chrome Internet Browser
  • Adobe PDF Reader
  • CAD Software (AutoCAD, Revit, ArchiCAD, Sketchup)
  • Software Templates (AutoCAD, Revit, ArchiCAD)
  • One-Note Software (Digital Portfolio)
  • Print to PDF capability
  • Something Capable of digitizing Letter & Ledger size paper
  • Engineers Scale
  • Architects Scale
  • Digital Camera or Camera Phone
Project Leaders:

Primary Project Leader:
Jeremy Farner
Weber State University
WebsiteWebsite
EmailEmail
Phone801-626-6962  

Richard Cozzens
Southern Utah University
WebsiteWebsite
EmailEmail
Phone435-327-0865  

Development Team Members:

Elias Perez
  Utah State Eastern
Sid Smith
  Utah Valley University
Kevin King
  Salt Lake Community College
Tim Feltner
  DATC/ Layton High School
Ryan Merrill
  Dixie Applied Technology College
Dr. Thomas Paskett
  Fremont/ Bonneville High School
Gary Roberts
  Wasatch High School
Tim Benson
  Canyon View High School

Contributing Members:
Rebecca Lindsay
  Utah Valley University
Cierra Brown
  Weber State University
RC Callahan
  Weber State University

Advisory Members:
David Milliken
  Utah State Board of Education
Loretta Palmer
  TICE Coordinator
Gregory Benson
  TICE Coordinator
Jessica Miller
  TICE Coordinator

External Reviewers:
Marni Tobin
  Weber State University
Brent Matthews
  Attorney
Cierra Brown
  Weber State University
Devin Passey
  Southern Utah University

2014-2015 Pilot Teachers:
USHE Institutions:
Jeremy Farner (WSU)
Richard Cozzens (SUU)
Elias Perez (USUE)
Sid Smith (UVU)
Kevin King (SLCC)
Ryan Merrill (DXATC)
Rex Thornock (OWATC)
Tim Feltner (DATC)


USHOE Institutions:
Cody Valdez (Tooele High School)
Tim Feltner (Layton High School)
Tom Paskett (Fremont High School)
Ed Sanderson (American Fork High School)
Ed Sanderson (Lone Peak High School)
Mike Taylor (West Lake High School)
Mike Taylor (Lehi High School)
Pete Watkins (Bear River High School)
Matt Edwards (Parowan High School)
Jennifer Bjornstad (Mountain View High School)
Kent Jorgensen (Pleasant Grove High School)
Jennifer Bosh (Juab High School)
Gary Roberts (Wasatch High School)
Max Andrus (Salem Hills High School)
Max Andrus (Springville High School)
Judy Scheurman (Timpanogos High School)
Tim Benson (Canyon View High School)
Anthony Vick (Snow Canyon High School)
Dan Springer (Piute High School)

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