Design Economics (ARCC 4500) is a 4th year Bachelor of Architectural Studies course that teaches the principles of building economics. The course covers factors associated with building costs and investment economics. The development process is taught to architects through a design process in which the economics are the primary focus.
+ schedule A and B
+ construction timelines
+ critical path
+ market study
+ zoning study
+ marketing package (and material)
+ community impact analysis
+ leed checklist
Wellington West Village, also 4th year studio housing project, was used to complete the assignment for the class in a team with 4 other members.
This project won the Cyril Leeder award for urban design.