Why is the UK hell-bent on pushing out students so fast?
What a joy to wake up to a man on the radio talking about the importance of creative uncertainty, doubt and mystery. He was discussing these qualities in relationship to education, but to me, as I lay in my bed, I was more fascinated by the reference of the words to life in general and architecture in particular.
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