Studio Futures: Changing trajectories in architectural education

Edited by Donald Bates, Vivian Mitsogianni & Diego Ramirez

Published by Uro Publications

Includes chapters by the following RMIT School of Architecture & Design continuing and sessional Staff: Richard Blythe, Vivian Mitsogianni, Gretchen Wilkins, Graham Crist & Paul Minifie, Dean Boothroyd,& Mark Jacques,Edmund Carter & John Doyle, Kerstin Thompson, Pia Ednie Brown and Roland Snooks, as well as responses by Carey Lyon, Conrad Hamann, Mark Raggatt & Tim Pyke, Neil Appleton, Nick Searle, Richard Black. It also features many other contributions.

​Throughout much of the twentieth century, the design studio has been an important locus of invention and experimentation in architecture. But with recent developments in digital technology, new materials and construction practices, and architectural practice subject to evermore-onerous procurement models, is the studio model still relevant?

Uro Publications and the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia are proud to announce the release of Studio Futures, a book that aims to understand how educators are responding to the demands of architectural practice now and into the future, with a particular focus on the studio model.

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