January 1991
Structurist;1991/1992, Issue 31/32, p1
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the crisis in the education of architects, artists, and designers related to symbiosis of structure and color in space and light. It is argued that the separation of arts from architecture in most schools, has resulted in a weakening of both art and architecture. Specialization and isolation of each medium has widened the existing gaps between them. It is mentioned that symbiosis between art, architecture and design can rejoin artists to address the problems in art and architecture education.


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