learning architecture


a PhD in live projects and architectural education



This is a scan of a draft phd-plan I worked on last week. It is about the seventh draft, one of a series scrawled over a printout of the thirty-six month timeframe I have in which to complete my studies.

I will confess to not having given this aspect of the project enough attention until recently. It is undeniable how important it is for a phd student to get stuck in and planning out the three years. All kinds of external and internal factors affect this spatially inconsistent and graphically horrible plan, namely the opportunities I might have to observe live projects in action in my and other schools of architecture. I also have to allow a signifcant amount of time for writing-up, editing, re-reading etc. As an exercise this quickly blows away any misconception you may have about how long a time three years is.


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