Architecture is both the creative process and the artful product of planning, designing, and constructing buildings and spaces, integrating culture, aesthetics, and beauty with science and technology to fulfill the societal need for places of exchange and interaction.
Landscape Architecture is the process of analyzing, designing, and managing natural and built environments at different scales, uniting science and design to enhance outdoor environments and promote wellbeing.
Urban Design and Planning is the process of designing resilient cities and areas within cities, integrating public and private interests and bringing together environmental stewardship, social equity, and economic viability to enable human interactions and improve quality of life.
Interior Design is the process of designing and integrating functional and aesthetic aspects of interior spaces to enhance the physical environment and facilitate interactions between users and spaces.
Industrial Design is the creative process of designing manufactured products that are human-centric, functional, aesthetically pleasing, economical, and environmentally sustainable. It plays an integral role in the product lifecycle to detail technical aspects of manufactured products, with the purpose of improving users’ lives.
Graphic Design is the practice of projecting messages and ideas with visual communication through image, typography, text, and color across different print and digital media to enhance visual interaction between people.