ARTH331

Revival to Rebuild: the History of Architecture in Christchurch

30 points

Not offered 2021, offered in 2016

For further information see Humanities and Creative Arts

Description

An exploration of Christchurch architecture and urbanism from European settlement to the present day. This course explores the rich diversity of Christchurch architecture that once defined the city's urban character, the impact of the earthquakes on that character, and examines recent influences to reshape and determine the city and its architecture since 2010.

Pre-requisites

15 points at 200-level Art History and Theory and any 15 points from the BA schedule. Alternatively, students with a background in architecture, architectural design, urban design, interior design or
their history, by approval of the Head of Department.