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id sigradi2014_229
authors Bessone, Miriam Clemencia; Maria Elena Tosello, Matias Dalla Costa
year 2014
title Experiencias paramétricas en la formación del Arquitecto: Ensayo de aplicación a los Talleres Iniciales [Parametric experiences in architect’s education: case of application in a basic design studio]
source SIGraDi 2014 [Proceedings of the 18th Conference of the Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics - ISBN: 978-9974-99-655-7] Uruguay - Montevideo 12 - 14 November 2014, pp. 241-244
summary In the actual textual landscape, images work activating cognitive and behavioral processes, disrupting the anthropological context of critical thinking based on logical-formal reasoning. Different types of languages –carrying specific signs and syntax- entwine to oral and written text, augmenting the differences and introducing new problematic in education, situation that requires to be investigate, debate and adequate. From this statement and through the presentation of a didactic experience of parametric systems application in a beginning design studio of Architecture, this paper aims to contribute to the discussion of which are the notions and basic strategies needed to initiate significant learning process that allow to think and design starting from emergent design languages.
keywords Didactic Strategies; Design Strategies; Parametric Design; Architecture
series SIGRADI
email mbessoneyarqcolaborativas@yahoo.com.ar
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