Teaching construction to first-year architecture and architectural technology students

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Architecture has evolved considerably over the past few decades. Maria Vogiatzaki explores the route to contemporary teaching and practice, and explains how Anglia Ruskin University embeds this in its teaching programme with a combined cohort of students.


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