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A structured content and a rigorous process meet in studio pedagogy

Salama, Ashraf M (2007) A structured content and a rigorous process meet in studio pedagogy. In: Design Studio Pedagogy. Urban International Press, Gateshead, UK, pp. 153-166. ISBN 1-872811-09-04

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In his book: The Sciences of the Artificial, Herbert Simon (1976) argues that the act of design is a form of problem solving. He sees design, in its purist form, as an optimization process thereby ignoring controversial, uncertain, and unique situations.