Computer-Aided Architectural Design Education
The problems of architectural education in general and CAD education in particular are discussed. The paper suggests that the computing requirements of architectural practice are different to those of architectural education and that much of the software used in schools of architecture is not used in an educationally structured way. A number of proposals for the educational use of computers are made, together with recommendations for a common computing environment.
KeywordsEducational Requirement Architectural Education Architectural Student Architectural Practice High Quality Colour
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