Architecture studio

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Architecture studio is a class in an undergraduate or graduate professional architecture program (such as a Bachelor of Architecture or Master of Architecture program) in which students receive hands-on instruction in architectural design. Typically, architecture studio classes include distinctive educational techniques, such as "desk crits" (project critiques delivered at a student's desk) and "juries", meetings of the students with more than one tutors around the production of students for a multi-layered open discussion where all students are supposed to participate.[1]

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