This book is a compilation of papers on education, research and creativity in architecture and urban design. Education for Research, Research for Creativity is inspired by the current changes of the architect’s role and how it is reflected in training, especially concerning the application of information technology. The papers showcase applications of original teaching methods, research by design and creative experimentation. All papers were presented in the ASK.the.Conference 2016 in Warsaw.
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