Author Faculty (Discipline)

Education

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

11-2017

Journal

Australian Art Education

Volume Number

38

Issue Number

1

Page Numbers

122-139

ISSN

1032-1942

ANZSRC / FoR Code

12 BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND DESIGN| 120106 Interior Design

Reportable Items

C1

Abstract

This paper explores the way in which different studio models have emerged in architectural education, as well as providing an overview of studio models in recent use (2007-2011), which is timely in a context that values ‘efficiency dividends’. Four models are explored in order to represent the considerable diversity in how the studio is defined and understood in the Australian and New Zealand context. The paper highlights the significant influence and impact of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) policies and management have had on schools and their studio models.

Field of Education

07 Education

Peer Review

Before publication

Comments

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