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The studio diagrams.

Course of Action Map for Studio 1.
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Course of Action Map for Studio 2.
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Course of Action Map for Studio 3.
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Course of Action Map for Studio 4.
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Course of Action Map for Studio (+1).
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These are the diagrams we created for Ann Pendleton-Jullian’s just-published book on design education, Four (+1) Studios: 7 Papers and an Epilogue. Each illustrates a different model for educating the architect in the context of the design studio.

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Four (+1) Studios.

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Ann Pendleton-Jullian is the director of the Knowlton School of Architecture at Ohio State University, and a very old friend and colleague. We’ve been working with her on websites, papers and other materials exploring design and education. Just published: Four (+1) Studios: 7 Papers and an Epilogue. Ann was an enthusiastic partner and involved in every detail of the design — the book is truly a rich collaboration. The diagrams come from Ann’s ideas about the space and temporality of the architectural studio, and they were originally sketched by hand; they’re some of the most complex (and beautiful) conceptual visualizations that we’ve ever produced.
You can purchase the book on Amazon.