The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 72 (1994) > Issues > Issue 22 > Academia. Interdisciplinary Design - a New Approach to Postgraduate Professional Education
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Academia. Interdisciplinary Design - a New Approach to Postgraduate Professional Education

This feature describes the background to the new course in interdisciplinary design for the built environment (IDBE), launched in 1994 at the University of Cambridge with initial support from the Ove Arup Foundation. The aims of the course are set out and the style of the course that has developed through its first few months is described. Robin Spence, Paul Kirby and Giles Oliver