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andy armstrong

andy armstrong

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  • Comment on: First look at entries into 3DReid student prize

    andy armstrong's comment 28-May-2010 4:28 pm

    Dear Anonymous, As a previous graduate from this very school of architecture i can confirm that the school does indeed teach 'Architecture'. At part ii level the course focuses heavily on design & theory... important areas of consideration within the realm of 'Architecture', with the more mundane & contractual areas of study highlighted during the professional practice post graduate course. You do not classify this as architecture? Is it because is has no building regulation drawings et al... can you truthfully justify your statement? The images (which are only an excerpt of the complete works produced) clearly show that this student has thoughtfully addressed a very interesting brief with skill, care & design excellence...

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