How to organize design studios eligible for multidisciplinary: a case study of clustered design studios

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Eindhoven University focuses on multidisciplinary design incorporating four major disciplines: Architecture, Technology, Management, and Urbanism. Learning how to design is a key ingredient in all and is taught in studios (12-15 students supervised by 1 tutor). With over twenty studios and tutors it has always been problematic to reach uniformity in approaches. A new model of organizing studios is developed since 2001. Still groups of 12-15 students, but now four groups are clustered in a special way. A cluster is housed in a large classroom, where anyone (of 50-60 students) is able to seek feedback from each one of the four tutors. So there is always a tutor with a discipline close to a student’s individual interest. Clustering studios also facilitates mutual observations and discussions of weak students. All students are individually marked by four tutors resulting in a more objective evaluation. Further uniformity within studios is improved by interchange of tutors in time.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Project Approaches in Engineering Education (PAEE’2013), 8-9 July, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
EditorsN. Hattum-Janssen, v., R.M. Lima, D. Carvalho, S. Fernandes, R.M. Sousa, F. Moreira, A. Alves, D. Mesquita
PagesID41.1-ID41.7
Publication statusPublished - 2013
Eventconference; International symposium on project approaches in engineering education: closing the gap between university and industry; 2013-07-08; 2013-07-09 -
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Moonen, S. P. G., Swagten, J. P. M., & Arts, A. R. M. (2013). How to organize design studios eligible for multidisciplinary: a case study of clustered design studios. In N. Hattum-Janssen, v., R. M. Lima, D. Carvalho, S. Fernandes, R. M. Sousa, F. Moreira, A. Alves, ... D. Mesquita (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Project Approaches in Engineering Education (PAEE’2013), 8-9 July, Eindhoven, The Netherlands (pp. ID41.1-ID41.7)
Moonen, S.P.G. ; Swagten, J.P.M. ; Arts, A.R.M. / How to organize design studios eligible for multidisciplinary: a case study of clustered design studios. Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Project Approaches in Engineering Education (PAEE’2013), 8-9 July, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. editor / N. Hattum-Janssen, v. ; R.M. Lima ; D. Carvalho ; S. Fernandes ; R.M. Sousa ; F. Moreira ; A. Alves ; D. Mesquita. 2013. pp. ID41.1-ID41.7
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Moonen, SPG, Swagten, JPM & Arts, ARM 2013, How to organize design studios eligible for multidisciplinary: a case study of clustered design studios. in N Hattum-Janssen, v., RM Lima, D Carvalho, S Fernandes, RM Sousa, F Moreira, A Alves & D Mesquita (eds), Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Project Approaches in Engineering Education (PAEE’2013), 8-9 July, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. pp. ID41.1-ID41.7, conference; International symposium on project approaches in engineering education: closing the gap between university and industry; 2013-07-08; 2013-07-09, 8/07/13.

How to organize design studios eligible for multidisciplinary: a case study of clustered design studios. / Moonen, S.P.G.; Swagten, J.P.M.; Arts, A.R.M.

Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Project Approaches in Engineering Education (PAEE’2013), 8-9 July, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. ed. / N. Hattum-Janssen, v.; R.M. Lima; D. Carvalho; S. Fernandes; R.M. Sousa; F. Moreira; A. Alves; D. Mesquita. 2013. p. ID41.1-ID41.7.

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