An Alternative Approach Proposal in Architectural Project Studio: Nine Types of Temperament Model


ABSTRACT Project studios are an essential part of architectural training as well as being one of the core subjects in this field. The aim is to create an informative and high-quality project process to deliver an end-product. It can be argued that, in addition to being informative, a process that is interesting, creative, captivating, and capable of maintaining a prominent level of working performance is likely to enhance the quality of training. The functioning of architectural project studios and methods that can be used in training have always been important matters of debate. It is obvious that, bearing the changes in technology and concepts in mind, architectural training should be grounded on an understanding of cooperative solution-seeking instead of a one-way interaction between the trainer and the learner.