Teaching tacit knowledge in architecture
Tacit knowledge is difficult to articulate as it is learned through experiencing and doing and is expressed through action based on skills. In architecture, it is embodied in the material vectors that architects design with – from treatises and drawings to models and buildings. The EU-funded TACK project will, for the first time, combine the expertise on tacit knowledge that has been developed at 10 different research centres in Europe. It will train young researchers in the development of advanced theoretical frameworks and specialised methods. The project will result in 10 PhDs, 3 online training modules, an international colloquium, a major exhibition, a lecture and debate series, a synthetic reader, a book, and a website.
Fields of science
Funding SchemeMSCA-ITN-ETN - European Training Networks
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