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  • Comment on: There's no room for doubt in de Botton's Temples for Atheists

    DAWG's comment 14-Feb-2012 2:15 pm

    despite the usual over emphasis on pigeons in the render it looks a valid project. I wonder what it is to be made out of, there are certainly overtones of the industrial revolution in the chimney form, would it make more sense in Manchester rather than in London? (e,g. how will its context effected its form?)... All questions that must have come up in the RCA reviews no doubt.

  • Comment on: Jeremy Till leaves Westminster to head up Central Saint Martins

    DAWG's comment 27-Jan-2012 5:18 pm

    Till for Prime Minister. He is the new Hans Ulrich Oberist.

  • Comment on: Pavilion of Protest at the RIBA

    DAWG's comment 16-Nov-2011 2:52 pm

    Sheffield Uni Architecture School just increased its Masters program massively with intake of about 120 oversees students on top of the already full M- ARCH program. This massive increase in numbers has decimated the studio atmosphere at the school as both programs are taught together. Surely if decision making goes this way, of increasing numbers to bring in more money the problems are only going to get worse, e.g. you will be paying more for a worse education. Lets stop blaming the government and look at the real causes of the problem - university management and business plans.

  • Comment on: Pavilion of Protest at the RIBA

    DAWG's comment 16-Nov-2011 2:44 pm

    perhaps a bit more finger pointing would be ok. I see a huge amount of wastage at university. Instead of tackling this issue caused in part by their enormous size, they have simply put the fees up and carried on regardless.