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Introduction of Sociology and Development of "Critical Design" in Architectural Education in France of the 1970s
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 Title & Authors
Introduction of Sociology and Development of "Critical Design" in Architectural Education in France of the 1970s
Lee, Jong-Woo;
 
 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to analyze the interdisciplinary project in architectural education done by primary architectural schools in France in the 1970s. In particular we focus on two parisian schools of architecture (UPA8 and UPA3), as they developed a general pedogogical orientation which can be called "critical design" and be situated between conservative educational tradition of Beaux-Arts and extremely radical orientation of other schools. After primary analysis of pedagogical orientations, we focus on the introduction of sociology and other disciplines in architectural education and their integration in architectural design studio. Although, because of the fundamental difference between architectural design and social sciences, interdisciplinary project in architectural schools had significant difficulties, it helped discard an anti-intellectual definition of architecture long defended by the former education system represented by the Ecole des beaux-arts. We hope this research will provide a reference for a development of interdisciplinary education in architecture in Korea which is in intense phase of reorganisation since the early 2000s.
 Keywords
Architectural Education;Interdisciplinarity;Architectural Design;Sociology;French Contemporary Architecture;
 Language
Korean
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