Dichotomy 11: Educating the Future Architect
As the millenium approaches, it becomes necessary to look toward the future of what it means to be an architect. Central to the future of the architectural profession is the issue of how the future architect should be educated. The educational process forms a young architect;s definition of an architect, which, in effect, defines the role that person will play within the profession.
T. Kent Hikida: WILL THIS KILL THAT?
Kenneth W. Schaar: INTERNET UNIVERSITY
James Cardoza: SINS OF OMISSI N
Ned Warnick, AIA: PUBLIC POLICY IN ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION
E.H. Zeidler: ARCHITECTURE AND EDUCATION
Gregory Palermo: AN ARCHITECT’s ARCHITECT(S)
Hector Lasala: DESIGN IS CONSTRUCTIVE DECONSTRUCTION
George Elvin: THE PARKSTADT WORKSHOP
Larry Chang: ENVIRONMENTAL ART
Robert A. Young: BEYOND ACADEMIA
Editor: Glen E. Check
Associate Editors: Christopher M. Urhahn, Mark J. Sangin
Staff: Chris Jend, Onalee Keeler, Andrew Sturm, Shane Terpening