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  1. Architectural Association School of Architecture's website homepage is the online entrance into the AA; to its courses from Foundation to PhD for undergraduate and postgraduate students; its open public programme; to application; to what's on and what's new in central London, Dorset and global school venues.

  2. Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London: London, UK. Ava Fatah gen. Schieck (2012) Embodied, mediated and performative: Exploring the architectural education in the digital age. In Voyatzaki, M., Spiridonidis, C.: Rethinking the human in technology-driven architecture. Transactions on Architectural Education No 55. Greece.

  3. drl.aaschool.ac.ukAADRL

    Architecture here is a framework to explore, invent and respond to the challenges of today. It is a pursuit for an adaptive and enabling architecture that can evolve with us. Participation is at the heart of this project in which self-organised teams of international researchers come to our lab to collaborate on complex problems that necessitate progressive and shared ideas to construct our ...

  4. USC School of Architecture University of Southern California Watt Hall, Suite 204 Los Angeles, California 90089-0291 (213) 740-2723

  5. Architectural engineering, also known as building engineering or architecture engineering, is an engineering discipline that deals with the technological aspects and multi-disciplinary approach to planning, design, construction and operation of buildings, such as analysis and integrated design of environmental systems (energy conservation, HVAC, plumbing, lighting, fire protection, acoustics ...

  6. Faculty at Tulane School of Architecture faculty have won 2021 Architectural Education Awards from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA). Faculty win international design competition for urban forest in Madrid

  7. Architecture is design but not all design is architectural. In practice, the architect is the one who draws the line between software architecture (architectural design) and detailed design (non-architectural design). There are no rules or guidelines that fit all cases, although there have been attempts to formalize the distinction.