SERAJI-BOZORGZAD, Nasrine

Architectural Education Symposium: Pedagogies of Architecture . . .

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Date: Thursday 4 November 2004
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Running time: 76 mins
Pedagogies of Architecture Beyond the Beaux-Arts: Theories, Methods, Structures and Forms. The first school of architecture was the Royal Academy of Architecture in France. Its focus was on the theoretical; its learning methods via discussion of specific problems and critical discourse. The architecture programme was reopened after the French Revolution as the Ecole des Beaux-Arts - counterpart to the newly formed Ecole Polytechnique, which taught architecture to engineers. The two schools were complicit in dividing architectural knowledge into art and science: let us discover how this is to be reformatted in the twenty-first century. Nasrine Seraji-Bozorgzad studied at the AA before founding her own studio in Paris. She has recently completed housing projects in Paris and Vienna. She has taught at the AA, Columbia and Princeton Universities, and is Professor and Chair of the Architecture Department at Cornell University.


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