Transdisciplinary Knowledge Production in Architecture and Urbanism by Isabelle Doucet download in ePub, pdf, iPad
Courses are taught by renowned practicing artists working in an international arena. Advanced courses related to specific media and topics are offered as electives for both undergraduate and graduate students. She worked as an architect at T. Presentations on contemporary art, discussions in theory and criticism, and an understanding of research-based artistic practice complement studio production and the development of projects.
However, this specificity has not yet been developed into a full-fledged, unique mode of knowledge production. The authors highlight contemporary research issues in urban development in search of new and fresh approaches that reflect the changing principles and praxis of urban conditions. The common ambition is to create new lines of knowledge in urban research. Students are encouraged to take both the physical and the cultural contexts of their work as central components of their interpretations.
We emphasize experimentation and transdisciplinary approaches to studio production in both traditional and new media. Lessons learned from techniques.