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The First Portfolio Manual for Architecture and Design Students
by Barbara Carr, SIAD and David Michael Lieb, RA, NCARB, FRSA
ISBN: 0-9776451-9-3 Copyright 2013 by LIEBSTUDIOS: education all rights reserved

Whether you believe you are ready or not ready to start a portfolio…begin now! Everyone who wants to work in architecture, industrial and interior design, graphic disciplines, copy writing, public relations, TV Video production, or in any fi eld of communication must have a visual presentation. This manual represents the decades that Professor Barbara Carr instructed students of architecture and design, as well as my own, on the fi ne art of developing the first professional portfolio. This manual contains the best of Barbara’s original draft along with necessary updates to refl ect the changing technology and competitive markets in all design fields.

Available as a free PDF download to students by clicking here.

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The following session “Pre-K through Grade 1 Classroom Design after the Newtown Massacre” was presented July 30, 2013 at Design Thinking Shaping Learning Environments Conference – Boston, MA, sponsored by the AIA Committee for Education / Council of Educational Facility Planners.

The session presents research and student projects undertaken in a studio at the New England Institute of Art in the winter of 2013 as instructed by Prof. David Michael Lieb, RA, RID, NCARB, FRSA. The student projects are a means to continue the ongoing dialogue between architects, designers, teachers, parents, students and public officials.

The presentation in entirety can be downloaded as a PDF by clicking here.

 

A letter was sent to Vice President Joseph Biden along with a bound presentation of the student’s project work. His reply letter can be viewed by clicking here.

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PCAT 1.1 (Person-Centered Assessment Tool) The PCAT as a Learning Tool.

PCAT 1.1 challenges the user of the tool to investigate their own abilities, preferences and predispositions towards design within the context of environmental mapping and imprinting. The Tool is designed to broaden design understanding, critical skills to identify components of buildings that work or do not work by attempting to understand why a space or building does not enhance human experience for the one time visitor or everyday user. The Tool is not intended to be a quick fix to design knowledge or to replace the rigor of design education. Rather the intent is for the Tool to compliment professional education while learning about design morphology, tectonics, formal principles, sustainable principles, historic precedents, and design psychology. The PCAT tools have evolved with the assistance of students of design.

The PCAT 1.1  is available as a free downloadable PDF template. Sharing the document is encouraged, as is user  feedback to us here at LIEBSTUDIOS.

download PCAT version 1.1
front cover
inside cover
introduction 1
introduction 2
performance categories
survey template

 

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