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Posted by  Gary R on February 26, 2003 at 08:56:12:

In Reply to:  How do you put a grade on your ability? posted by Bravoboy on December 01, 2002 at 21:19:18:

I rather doubt there are no specific answers for grading student architectural projects. It seems to me the question is, were the design criteria met, and, if so, to what degree of success? Architecture, in general, may seem subjective, as it is an artform, but specific projects have specific goals. No architecural project is ever done without reasons or objectives in mind. The architect's sucess or failure, then, lies in his or her satisfaction of those objectives. Architecture education, unlike fine art education, does have very measurable and quantifiable results.

Gary

 
 
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