Proceedings of the 18th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student
Sustainable architecture -- Study and teaching, Architecture -- Environmental aspects, Design
The paper begins with an introduction on the background of the course, the students, and the assignment. It then introduces a selected group of projects, including the opportunities they have created for discussing the multiple dimensions of space. By examining the students' projects, the paper looks at how the exercise provides a vehicle to connect the students' life experience to design, and how the complex issues of culture and multiplicity of space can be introduced at the beginning level. The paper concludes with an observation on the multiple instrumentalities of the exercise and its broader implications for beginning design education.
Hou, Jeffrey, "Learning from Cultural Space: Connecting Culture and Environment in Beginning Design" (2002). Proceedings of the 18th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student. 7.