An angry architectural technologist writes
Is it me, or do architects believe that they are the be-all and end-all of architecture, both professional and educational? I have been qualified since June and in that time I have found the majority of architects ignorant of the fact that an architectural technologist is not a run-of-themill technician who has only studied for one or two years at university. We also, like architects, have a degree. Some might say: 'But ours is in arts.' So what, the RGU architectural course in Scotland ...
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