Learning from 'learning from'
Supervisors: Mark Cousins, Joan Ockman
This thesis researches forms of architectural research occurring “on the road”. Focusing on education exiled from the physical boundaries of the school of architecture, the tool of the trip is understood as an operation of displacement, a form of autopsy, an empirical study and pursuit of knowledge. My hypothesis is that from its inauguration, traveling became a radical form of architectural pedagogy that offered both the invention of knowledge as well as the the mythology of discovery.