Ohio State University - Knowlton School of Architecture
Knowlton School of Architecture offers undergraduate and graduate programs in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and City and Regional Planning. These multi-faceted disciplines both enhance and sustain natural and man-made settings, ranging from buildings and sites to neighborhoods, cities, and regions, all of which are subject to diverse and conflicting economic, social, ecological, cultural, and aesthetic objectives and constraints. Designers and planners must be able to address emerging issues both practically and theoretically, learn to extract opportunities from conflicts, and generate built and natural forms that are solutions to both specific and generic problems.
At the Knowlton School, emphasis is placed on the development of analytical abilities and creative syntheses, which will enable students to address the unidentified problems of the future. Students are encouraged to develop an individual and inclusive approach to design and planning through their exposure to a wide range of contemporary design and planning philosophies, and to a variety of technical and scientific methodologies.
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