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We Need More 'Building' in Architecture School

"Architectural education is very abstract." Virginia Tech professors and Rural Studio alumni Keith and Marie Zawistowski sit down to talk about the importance of a hands-on experience, suggesting a fundamental restructuring of curriculums. With projects such as the Masonic Ampitheater, they — together with their students — set out to prove that somethings are simply solved by building. Read the full article here, "What Architecture Schools Get Wrong"

Cite:Jose Luis Gabriel Cruz. "We Need More 'Building' in Architecture School" 04 Jan 2014. ArchDaily. Accesed . <http://www.archdaily.com/463666/we-need-more-building-in-architecture-school/>