vdm 2 | arch 124a

this class emphasizes architectural communication, representation and design methodology through the use of visualization techniques with a focus on graphic representation, 2D drawing, 3D modeling, and graphic design for portfolio development.

A collection of student work from Visual Digital Media 2 at California College of the Arts & Arch 124A at The University of California, Berkeley. This class emphasizes architectural communication, representation and design methodology through the use of visualization techniques with a focus on graphic representation, 2D drawing, 3D modeling, and graphic design for portfolio development. Students will be introduced to 3D digital media concepts and techniques with a focus on the fundamental aspects of the computer aided design and digital fabrication processes. Framed by a general introduction to digital media theory, students will gain fluency in a variety of software applications for the purpose of developing technical and visual proficiencies to be integrated into the architectural design process. An introductory course designed to teach students introductory Autocad, Rhino, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. This class is required and runs concomitantly with Architecture Studio 2.