Message - Re: Thesis For Research On Training Of Architects And Others

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Posted by  Donald on October 28, 2003 at 08:52:29:

In Reply to:  Re: Thesis For Research On Training Of Architects And Others posted by Harry Pasternak on October 19, 2003 at 11:49:32:

The Art of Architecture is not all what you think it is cracked up to be. It is a derivitave of the Arts and not necessarily a science with a formula of scholarly input. Although it is a science of mankind's physical environment, most of it stems from the physical built environment prescedent rather than published books and "solid Scientific Material", which also happen to be the results of someone's subjective viewpoint.

If you want to research the thesis papers published in a scholarly format, then you can access them through the schools of any architecture department at any of the Universities that usually keeps such research on file. Just write to them asking for the information, and you will get the results I think you are looking for - research written based on subjective viewpoints. Your Training of the Architect Topic may be a bit out of the ordinary and difficult to find though.

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