All Consuming Pedagogies: An Architectural and Design Educational Practice

By Jane Lawrence and Rachel Hurst.

Published by The Learner Collection

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Article: Print $US10.00
Article: Electronic $US5.00

This paper describes a unique architecture and interior design program for novice tertiary students in Australia, using themes of identity, gastronomic metaphor and place.

Keywords: Design Education, Curriculum and Pedagogy, Identity, Cross-cultural Education, Architectural Education, Metaphor, Gastronomy

International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 9, pp.123-132. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.306MB).

Jane Lawrence

Jane Lawrence and Rachel Hurst are studio coordinators in Interior Architecture and Architecture at the University of South Australia. They studied together, each launching their careers in professional practice. Since teaching collaboratively they have developed a multi-award winning teaching and research practice which uses food as an analogy and frame of reference for teaching design. They have explored theories of the everyday through joint creative art works and exhibitions and their work is published in Eating Architecture, Memory and Architecture and Food and the City

Rachel Hurst

Rachel Hurst and Jane Lawrence are studio coordinators in Architecture and Interior Architecture at the University of South Australia. They studied together, each launching their careers in professional practice. Since teaching collaboratively they have developed a multi-award winning teaching and research practice which uses food as an analogy and frame of reference for teaching design. They have explored theories of the everyday through joint creative art works and exhibitions and their work is published in Eating Architecture, Memory and Architecture and Food and the City

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