Designing Objects, Relationships, and Environments
Core Graduate Studio
Designing Objects, Relationships, and Environments was the first core studio in the 3-Year Master of Architecture program for students with no background in architecture at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. This course introduced fundamental concepts of architectural design and representation, including preliminary notions of site, program, and context. The course investigated worlds bounded by enclosures at various scales, with an emphasis on exploring reciprocal relationships between objects—understood as things and beings—and their environments.