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Incorporating knowledge about cultural diversity into architectural pedagogy

Salama, Ashraf M (1999) Incorporating knowledge about cultural diversity into architectural pedagogy. In: Architectural Knowledge and Cultural Diversity. Architecture & Behaviour Colloquia . Comportements, Lausanne, Switzerland, pp. 135-144. ISBN 2-940075-04-2

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Abstract

In recent years, a rising demand for a different type of knowledge in architectural education and practice has appeared. New concepts that pave the way for the architectural teaching profession to explicitly discuss, debate and envision the way knowledge about cultural diversity can be incorporated into architectural pedagogy need to be developed.