|1.||Analyse key world architectural works, cultural movements and ideas, their theoretical and cultural context and relate their relevance to design;|
|2.||Review and investigate a selected range of social, cultural and political factors to evaluate how they have shaped Australian architecture.|
|3.||Professionally articulate complex design ideas through verbal, visual and written means; and|
|4.||Critically analyse, evaluate and make informed judgement on a wide range of architectural problems and situations.|
|Case Study||Case study and presentation||20%|
|Portfolio||Architectural Analysis and Presentation||20%|
|Report||Team Report on History of Architecture and presentation||25%|
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