Angus, Michael (2003) Tigger paper : integration. In: Studio Culture - Who Needs it? A Conference for Teachers in Schools of Architecture and Landscape, 2003-12-17 - 2003-12-18.
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The process of architecture will always be holistic. As long as it is taught in segments, its educational structure will always run the risk of failing to meet this primary educational aim, and be continually shooting itself in the foot. The pedagogical and professional advantage to breaking the perceived lack of integration between studio and subject classes is I believe a fundamental imperative, to recognise that every part of the architectural process is not in contradiction but has equal value, and to realise the added value that integration would bring to all parts of the educational process, to staff and student alike.
|Item type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)|
|Keywords:||teaching, architecture studies, architecture education, Education (General), Architecture, Architecture , Education|
|Subjects:||Education > Education (General)
Fine Arts > Architecture
|Department:||Faculty of Engineering > Architecture|
|Depositing user:||Dr Nina Baker|
|Date Deposited:||12 Mar 2010 12:25|
|Last modified:||18 Apr 2017 23:57|