The EAAE Education Academy invites architecture educators, students and university administrators, policy makers, research institutions and researchers, funding agencies, professional bodies and architectural practices that are committed to education in architecture and in related disciplines to discuss and deepen its position paper Principles and Practices of Architectural Education.
To do so, the EAAE Education Academy launches a new series of five workshops of the EAAE Education Academy. Principles and Practices of Architectural Education / ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH PRACTICE: resonating fields
This second workshop - “Resonating fields” - states that architectural research practice stands in the forefront of societal and environmental urge and demands, and invites all participants for reflection and speculation about the following four questions:
- Which qualities does the practice of research bring to the development of design learning?
- When and how does the design studio lead to the emergence of both, new insights for the student and new ideas for society, and how do they manifest themselves?
- Which measures can be taken to ensure that both research practice and architectural education effectively become resonating fields?
- How can both, the objectives of academic research (like a PhD) and the didactic qualities of built architecture be understood as new territory of knowledge in terms of research?
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