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2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
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ACOM 222 - New York City Architecture


This course uses lectures,demonstrations, imagery and field trips to introduce students to the achievements of architecture in the buildings, bridges, harbors, and streets of New York City. This course includes the study of the basics of urban architecture and how they have been applied, revised, or notably invented to construct the landmarks, parks, and great architectural accomplishments of the last two centuries in New York City. The art of New York City’s buildings is compared and contrasted to the great architectural works of European cities, and the need for preservation and conservancy is discussed.
3 credits
Prerequisite: ACOM 111-English Composition I



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