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Type: Conference paper
Title: The Grammatical Studio: disrupting regularities in design education.
Author: Bruton, Dean Christopher
Radford, Antony Dennis
Citation: CAADRIA 2003 : proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, Faculty of Architecture, College of Architecture and Design, Rangsit University, Thailand, 18-20 Oct 2003/ Araya Choutgrajank (ed.): 11 p.
Publisher: Rangsit University - Faculty of Architecture
Issue Date: 2003
ISBN: 9749584139
Conference Name: Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (8th : 2003 : Bangkok, Thailand)
School/Discipline: School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban design
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Dean Bruton and Antony Radford
Abstract: Grammar governs the ordered way in which words are modified and combined in human languages to convey complex concepts beyond the simplicities of individual words. By extension (but less susceptible to analysis) grammar governs the way in which visual elements are modified and combined in art and design compositions. In this paper we focus on the outcomes and effects of placing grammar and contingency in the forefront of studio teaching with digital media in architecture and art, and how experience in these two domains can inform each other.
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