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The studio is the primary place of architectural education -the place where the warp of representation and the weft of technique are woven together. Architecture is taught as a domain of ideas, ideas about how and why buildings are built, about the dialectic between concept and materiality. To the architectural student, the drawing is the exemplar of the quality of work he or she will expect in the final construction process. As such, it is very important that the student appreciate thedoi:10.52842/conf.ecaade.1998.051 fatcat:zdbtvmu4ajh2vijyjmcoojq22u