Message - Re: Architecture+Structural Engineering

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Posted by  Toby Maloy on July 30, 2003 at 04:59:17:

In Reply to:  Architecture+Structural Engineering posted by Charlene on July 29, 2003 at 11:59:45:

In the UK different univeristies do different styles, generally a Ba is more arty, where a BSc is more technical. But check each univeristy first before as this does vary. As for UCL and the AA its more where you want to take it, but yes they both rely heavily on the coneptual definition of your proposals, but you can take the technolgy side to any extreme.

If you have a greater intrest in engineering then don't study architecture in England, and the work in practice has little to do with it either, we constantly liase with engineers to calculate the harder stuff. Also when studying architecture in England you rarely need prove you proposal structurally until 5th year at the earliest (The diploma or masters) As the first few years are for you to experiement be free, artistic and test your creative limits rather than being too concerned with the engineering it. The US might be different, so have a look there

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