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Not a slamming but an international critique

LETTERS

I find it difficult to ignore the AJ’s report of my apparent ‘slamming’ of the standard of the teaching of architecture in the UK ( ajplus 07.12.06).

 

In conversation with your reporter I referred to a tendency which is prevalent in many architectural schools to reduce the complex process of design and the use of many different tools to just one - mainly a digital tool. This tendency is international.

 

I have not slammed anything, and certainly not specifically the UK. My loyal attitude to many architectural schools in the UK very clearly shows this.

 

Dalibor Vesely, by email

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