Architectural Education: Is it worth it?

Architectural Education: Is it worth it?

Date : 27th December 2017
This dissertation investigates the relevance and significance of the ever escalating financial costs of architectural education. The effects of what may have been the most consequential change to higher education in 2012 are yet to fully emerge, however this research finds itself at a valuable point in time, half-decade on from the rise in tuition fees, providing a worthy moment to ascertain the impacts through a more objective lens. This research establishes the effects on its students and the profession.
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Creativity: An architectural perspective

Creativity: An architectural perspective

Date : 18th May 2015
Architecture is regarded ultimately as a creative profession by society, on the same imaginative scale as artists, authors, painters and composers. The intangible, abstract, quality, and ability that one refers to as ‘creativity’, is inherent to these professional fields with architecture being no exception. It is an ability that is admired and desired; though when asked to define or explain creativity, often one struggles to answer coherently.
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