Researching the Efficacy of Studio Education and the Profession’s Futurity
The Faculty Project of Architectural Studio Education
Keywords:Architectural Education, Technology, Spirituality, Rajayoga, Architectural Practice
The research is to develop architectural value in the educational studio environment through the superordinate program of architectural practice. The studio environment is proposed as an architectural project for the faculty in which the student architect may experience architectural value. Some architectural schools maintain an atmosphere of architectural value in continuity of a long history and other factors. This paper discusses the research for realizing architectural value in the context of the technological value proxy utilized in the profession and its associations around the world. The studio becomes simultaneous projects for faculty and students. The faculty project engages 2nd-year semester III studio at the Sushant School of Art and Architecture, integrating with students’ projects, as a means for this development. Although it is limited by faculty knowledge and student expectation, we can conclude characteristic effects whereby this approach will lead to directed evolution of the educational environment and influence professional practice.
Anonymous/Unknown. (2004). Architecture of Mānasāra: Illustrations of Architectural and Sculptural Objects, with a Synopsis. Translation from Original Sanskrit (P. K. Acharya, Trans.). Delhi 110052: Low Cost Publications.
Banham, R. (1980). Theory and Design in the First Machine Age (Second Edition ed.). Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press. (Original work published 1960).
Chandra (Shajahanpur), R. (2009). Complete Works of Ram Chandra Volume One (5th Printing, Volume I). Kolkata-700 027: Spiritual Hierarchy Publication Trust.
Heidegger, M. (1977). The Question Concerning Technology, and other Essays. (W. Lovitt, Trans.). New York: Harper.
Johnson, P. (1988) Deconstructivist architecture. New York: The Museum of Modern Art/Little Brown and Co. Distributed by New York Graphic Society Books.
Karassowitsch, M. (2015). Architecture is not Technology: The Space of Differentiation in Architectural Education. In N. Wilkinson (Ed.), Dr. H. Vissher (Guest Ed.) Open House International (Vol. 40, No. 3.), Pp.11-23. Famagusta, Cyrpus: Open House International Association.
Karassowitsch, M. (2017). The Importance of the Mānasāra. From Research Gate. https://doi.org/10.13140/rg.2.2.16666.75207
Koolhaas, R., Bruce Mau. (1995). S, M, L, XL (1st ed.). New York, NY: Montacelli Press.
Krishnamurti, J., & Dr. D. Bohm. The Ending of Time (1 ed.). 10 East 53rd Streeet, New York, New York 10022: HarperCollins. (Original work published 1985).
Larson, G. J., Ram Shankar Bhattacharya. (2008). Yoga: India's Philosophy of Meditation (1st ed. Vol. 12). Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Private Limited.
Patañjali, Prabhavananda (Swami), Christopher Isherwood. (1983). How to Know God: The Yoga Aphorisms of Patañjali (S. Prabhavananda, Trans.). Hollywood CA: Vedanta Press.
Ruskin, J. (1984). The Seven Lamps of Architecture. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux. (Original work published 1894).
Vitruvius, (2006). Vitruvius. The Ten Books on Architecture (P. Morris Hicky Morgan, LL.D., Trans.). Gutenberg EBook #20239. The Project Gutenberg.
Vivekananda (2012). The Complete Works of Vivekananda (Mayavati Edition/10th Edition, 14th Reprint) Volume Two. Kolkata: Advaita Ashrama (Publication Department).
How to Cite
Copyright (c) 2019 Journal of Contemporary Urban Affairs
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.