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Reconceptualizing the Design studio in architectural education: distance learning and blended learning as transformation factors

By Marta Masdéu and Josep Fuses


Nowadays, the professional practice is undergoing changes that are affecting the work of architects. Architectural studios and engineering consultancies are reinventing themselves to adapt to social, technological and productive needs. However, despite the professional changes, the training of architects in schools continues to focus on educational models that have grown more and more distant from the professional demands. In view of this, schools of architecture have been forced to revise their programmes to develop teaching methods that enable them to adapt to the current situation. Thus, the Design Studio -considered as the core of education in architecture- needs a reconceptualization in order to change the way architects should learn. Pedagogical approaches such as distance learning and blended learning can help update the concept of the Design Studio and transform it into a new participatory and delocalized learning spac

Topics: Arquitectura -- Ensenyament universitari, Architecture -- Education, Higher, Arquitectes -- Formació, Architects -- Training of
Publisher: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Aga Khan Documentation Center
Year: 2017
OAI identifier: oai:dugi-doc:10256/14886

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