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id ascaad2016_038
authors Rabboh, Emad H.; Ali A. Elmansory
year 2016
title Utilizing CAAD in the Design Studio to Consolidate with Professional Practices - Pedagogical approach
source Parametricism Vs. Materialism: Evolution of Digital Technologies for Development [8th ASCAAD Conference Proceedings ISBN 978-0-9955691-0-2] London (United Kingdom) 7-8 November 2016, pp. 367-374
summary Utilization of computer-aided architectural design CAAD in architectural design studio has its problems. Recently, CAAD has been over used within education, , and applied, presumably, more efficiently in professional contexts.. Noticeably, time available for the application of CAAD in architectural firms outweights that of academy. Consequently, it has to be utilized effectively and efficiently in the design studio. The current study proposes and discusses techniques to expand and consolidate CAAD utilization in the design studio by analysing stages of work of design professionals, as well as the utilization of CAAD in architectural firms, in the first phase. The second phase looks at the stages of work in the design studio academically. Later, we conduct a survey and categorization of the Egyptian schools of architecture, to identify the mechanisms of their CAAD applications. We aim to improve the synergies between academia and professional practice and, in this respect, we hold a comparison between the professional context and the academic context with emphasis on the pedagogical aspects of architecture in design studio. The third part makes proposals to bridge the gap between the professional practices in the applications of CAAD and academic practices via enhancement of architectural technology-based learning milieu. The proposed techniques are applied and examined in the design studio. They aim to establish the parallelism between academic objectives and professional and technological objectives.
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