A structured content and a rigorous process meet in studio pedagogy

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Abstract

In his book: The Sciences of the Artificial, Herbert Simon (1976) argues that the act of design is a form of problem solving. He sees design, in its purist form, as an optimization process thereby ignoring controversial, uncertain, and unique situations.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDesign Studio Pedagogy
Subtitle of host publicationHorizons for the Future
EditorsAshraf M Salama, Nicholas Wilkinson
Place of PublicationGateshead, UK
Pages153-166
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2007

Keywords

  • design pedagogy
  • design studio
  • architectural education
  • learning outcomes

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    Salama, A. M. (2007). A structured content and a rigorous process meet in studio pedagogy. In A. M. Salama, & N. Wilkinson (Eds.), Design Studio Pedagogy: Horizons for the Future (pp. 153-166).