TITLE

UNDERSTANDING ARCHITECTURE: THE IMPORTANCE OF THEORY AT THE BEGINNING

AUTHOR(S)
Vickey, Robert
PUB. DATE
January 1991
SOURCE
Structurist;1991/1992, Issue 31/32, p85
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Conference Paper
ABSTRACT
A conference paper about understanding architecture, issues it encounters, and liberal arts education is presented. It discusses a basic understanding of what architecture is all about, what it means, why it exists, and its importance. It also presents the curriculum of liberal arts that should be offered to students at the beginning of college education.
ACCESSION #
33550511

 

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