Architecture and Teaching – Epistemological Foundations

Halina Dunin-Woyseth, Kaj Noschis editors
Comportements, Lausanne, 1998
216 pages, 30US$

Table of contents:

William O’Reilly
Introduction
Kaj Noschis
Architecture & Behaviour Colloquiums: Cultural Diversity Contributing to Architectural Knowledge

Cultural Sequences

Ali Cenghizkhan
Rural Vernacular Architecture: State Intervention and 15 Years After
Cho Padamsee, and team
The Influence of Cultural Diversity on Captured Space
Attilio Petruccioli
Historical Processes of the Building Landscape
Akbar Zargar
Identity and Architecture: The Case of Iran
Jihad Awad
Contemporary Architecture in Palestine: A Critical View
Ranjit Sabhiki
Man and the Land

Teaching Approaches

Aga Khan Trust for Culture
Architectural Education in the Muslim World: Summary Findings of a Survey
Sri Rahayu Kartohadiprodjo
Architectural Education in a Culturally Diverse Country.
Meer Mobashsher Ali
Architectural Awareness and Education in Bangladesh
Laurie Hegvold
Seeking an Effective Cross-Cultural Design Pedagogy
Xing Ruan
Two Teaching Programmes Concerned with Cross-Cultural Problems
Halina Dunin-Woyseth
The “Three-Leaf Programme”: A Proposed Ph.D. Programme for Students from Developing Countries
Faozi Ujam
Locus Architecture: Postgraduate Course, Edinburgh College of Art
Hisham El-Kadi
Cultural Awareness in a Global Architectural Practice: The Need for Advocacy Architecture

Perspectives on Architecture

Jamel Akbar
Rationality: The Blight of the Muslim Environment
Ashraf M. A. Salama
Incorporating Knowledge about Cultural Diversity into Architectural Pedagogy
Suha Özkan
The Dilemma of History: Theory and Education in Architecture
Necdet Teymur
Architectural Culture and Epistemological Diversity
Moustafa A. Baghdadi
Changing Ideals in Architecture: From CIAM to Team X

Comments

Yves Belmont
Towards the Understanding of Diversity
Hisham El-Kadi
On Cultural Diversity and Technology
Ashraf Salama
Culture Implies Diversity

Charles Jencks
The Third Way between Fundamentalism and Westernisation