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Heather ROBERGE speaks on her recent studios and seminars, topology’s role in challenging Platonic solids, the status of precedent and history in architectural education, extradisciplinary case studies as a route to new architectural knowledge, and much more.
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*Image courtesy the author. Physical model, “Reimagining L.A.’s Union Station.” Research Studio, UCLA A.UD. Assistant Professor Heather Roberge, instructor. Students: Kim, Lee, & Nabi.
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