Reconfiguration in the study and practice of design and architecture
"Is the design process the most essential experience of professional conduct? Is the office/studio environment the only place for the convergence and testing of ideas? Can the office environment foster a variety of learning experiences? Given the rapid pace of change in the design professions, how will the design office be organized? This book reflects on how these issues accentuate the dramatic change underway in the management and delivery of design services through architect and professor Marvin Malecha's writings and course dialogues."
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