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Bridging the gap between theory and practice in architectural education: the case of CAAD teaching

By S. Tasli


After more than 30 years of its beginnings, Computer Aided Architectural Design (CAAD) has reached a level of maturity in both education and the profession. However, being a rapidly developing field, CAAD teaching still presents several challenges in terms of integration of theory and design. Thus, this paper discusses: 1. The different views of CAAD teaching between the professionals and academia 2. The integration of CAAD with design teaching

Topics: Computer-Aided Design, Design Education, Integration
Year: 2001
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