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authors Tokman, Leyla Y. and Yamacli, Rusen
year 1999
title Imagining the Ideal Design Studio: Technology, People and Environment in Architectural Education
source ACADIA Quarterly, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 6-10
summary Architectural education is strongly related to technology and people-environment. While architecture has its own history and traditions, new knowledge is incorporated from other fields such as the basic sciences and engineering, behavioral sciences and the humanities. This paper refers to an ideal study which aims to integrate a range of computer-based multimedia technologies. This ideal study has the overall goal of enhancing the processes of architectural education in the design studio. In case of the design process, the development of advanced design systems has a twofold role, to provide for design students, with experience and understanding of the role of advanced design systems in the architectural education. Architectural design must meet a wide range of design objectives. Each objective has its own technological, people- environmental, social, economic and other requirements, and each has been the subject of intensive study, and even specialization. These individual objectives, however, are not independent of each other. Our paper asserts that they are combined in an ideal design studio imagination of the built environment and design decisions that are intended to meet one objective in an interactive design studio of the future. As we approach the 21st century, the need for creativity in the design studio becomes more important. The model motivates students achieves results and can also be applied at an individual personal and professional level.
keywords Interactive Architectural Education; Design Studio; Computer Technology and People-environment
series ACADIA
email lytokman@anadolu.edu.tr, ryamacli@anadolu.edu.tr
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