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Redefining Critique Methods as an Assessment Tools In Architecture Design Studio
The architectural curriculum has been based on the design studio model which focuses on learning by doing and all processes and procedures of problem solving are transmitting trough lectures and critique sessions. The current model in studios is based on ancient model. In some cases the traditional design studio in a school of architecture consists of a teacher telling students what to do and student doing what they are told.This traditional model must be redefined and be made clearer in order to improve both learning and teaching methods. This paper tries to analyze studio types and implemented methods of critique in order to find their weak and strength points and also to identify procedures and tools that can be used to support the studio based pedagogy in architecture.