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Architectural education and global difference – lessons from South Africa

Paul Finch’s letter from London: Last week this column discussed UK and European perspectives on architectural education delivered at the RIBA in the last of three debates in memory of Peter and Muriel Melvin. This week we turn to comments from South Africa and South America, and the view from the RIBA itself.

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