Friday, March 27, 2020 | 6:00–7:30 pm Eastern
Kwesi Daniels, Tuskegee University
Amma Asamoah, Tuskegee University
Swarnali Ghosh-Dastider, Tuskegee University
Design studio culture is structured around collaborative learning between faculty and student, in addition to peer to peer learning. The hallmark of a quality architecture education is the iterative process throughout the different stages of design development. The current Coronavirus Pandemic is challenging architecture schools to explore new strategies that will promote the development of physical models, images and visual presentations in a virtual environment. This discussion will explore the use of alternative physical model making strategies and the use of online platforms, that will promote virtual engagement around design ideas.