As a space for advanced and experimental computational design instruction, the SCDC laboratory is or has been used by the following courses:
Computer programming for Artists and Designers
The course introduces the fundamentals of computer programming in the creative fields of arts and architecture, leading to the idea of generative design systems.
Visual Communication II
The course introduces students to a wide range of digital methods and concepts for design, representation, and documentation, while providing them with opportunities to explore the creative potential of digital and mixed media.
Visual Communication I
This course is designed to introduce two and three-dimensional graphic communication skills and visual literacy in architectural design.
Immersive Visualization for the Spatial Sciences
This project-based course will seek to educate students in the art of visualizing natural and built environments through different virtual and augmented technologies.
Softbuilt: Crafting Technology with Textiles
What opportunities are afforded by soft electronically active materials for architecture and our environment? How can we use soft electronically active materials to bring intelligence to, augment and expand the environments we design and inhabit?