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Behind the Mask: A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Interaction in the Design Studio

Behind the Mask: A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Interaction in the Design Studio AbstractDesign studio is routinely referred to as the center of architectural education, yet surprisingly little has been published about the nature of the interaction between instructors and students in the studio environment. This article draws upon ideas such as Donald Schön's description of design as “reflection-in-action” and D. W. Winnicott's discovery of the foundations of creativity in the “transitional phenomena” of early childhood to provide a basis for understanding the emotional power of the design studio experience and the ways in which phenomena identified by psychoanalysis can emerge in the interaction of studio instructors and students. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Architectural Education Taylor & Francis

Behind the Mask: A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Interaction in the Design Studio

Journal of Architectural Education , Volume 53 (4): 13 – May 1, 2000
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Taylor & Francis
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1531-314X
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1046-4883
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10.1162/104648800564608
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Abstract

AbstractDesign studio is routinely referred to as the center of architectural education, yet surprisingly little has been published about the nature of the interaction between instructors and students in the studio environment. This article draws upon ideas such as Donald Schön's description of design as “reflection-in-action” and D. W. Winnicott's discovery of the foundations of creativity in the “transitional phenomena” of early childhood to provide a basis for understanding the emotional power of the design studio experience and the ways in which phenomena identified by psychoanalysis can emerge in the interaction of studio instructors and students.

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Journal of Architectural EducationTaylor & Francis

Published: May 1, 2000

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