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A structured analysis of CAAD education
(Open House International Association, 2007-06)
After more than four decades of its beginnings, Computer Aided Architectural Design (CAAD) has already reached a level of maturity in both the education and the profession. There is an ever-growing amount of literature on ...
The effect of soundscape on the students' perception in the high school environment
(Institute of Noise Control Engineering, 2016)
In 2014, ISO 12913-1 standard was established for the conceptual soundscape framework to assess soundscape studies. According to this framework, soundscape process includes the examination of acoustic environment and its ...
Developing empathy towards older adults in design
In design disciplines, an affective understanding of users’ everyday lives can increase designer sensitivity and awareness, leading to higher-quality design outcomes. Developing students’ empathic understanding within ...
Progression of color decision making in introductory design education
Color comprises both subjective and objective aspects within its contextual nature. Research on color design tends to explore this seemingly contradictory concerns from theoretical point of view, as well as architectural ...
An inquiry into the learning-style and knowledge-building preferences of interior architecture students
This study explores the learning-style and knowledge-building preferences of interior architecture students using Felder-Soloman's Index of Learning Styles. Considering the learning and knowledge-building skills of students ...
The shifting tides of academe: oscillation between hand and computer in architectural education
(Springer Netherlands, 2006-09)
There is a current vacillation in choosing hand or computer for design presentation in academia. Although the computer emerged as very powerful alternative presentation medium, it could not sweep away the hand totally. ...