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Architecture and Urban Environment

Architecture and Urban Environment is the study of the art and science of planning and designing public, commercial, industrial and residential buildings, and their interiors. It includes the study of planning and designing built environments.

The main purpose of this field of education is to develop an understanding of the structural, aesthetic, operational and environmental aspects of building design, and the interaction between humans and the built environment.

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