why there are different design cultures in different schools of architecture and offices.
It will introduce the idea that there are different – though often related – aesthetic, theoretical and professional communities within the discipline of architecture, which have
different ways of valuing visual, textual and three-dimensional communication.
It will also suggest that some of these design cultures are
sometimes perceived to be more powerful and influential than others, so
that some architectural aesthetics, theories and practices receive greater
attention and recognition. This information should help you not only to
understand why certain schools or practices are harder to get into than
others but, more importantly, it should help you establish an independent
and informed assessment of the cultural values of your work.
If you understand
the value of your work in different cultural contexts, then you should
be able to make more appropriate choices about the form and content of
your portfolio so as to (hopefully) end up where you want to be.
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